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Revillaging.

My friend Adele has got me thinking again. Good friends have a habit of doing that. She is all about the term revillaging right now. In a similar vein to the need to rewild and get back to nature she’s … Continue reading

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Books I’ve read, the May-July edition.

Phoebe – Paula Gooder A story based on the life of Phoebe from the letters of Paul. It’s a lovely imaginative piece which helped bring colour to the life of the early church and made me ponder all over again … Continue reading

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The term is over. The holiday has begun…

I’m feeling in the mood for a roundup of our times. It is the last day of term. Tomorrow we drive up to the Lake District for the start of the holidays and a return to my favourite place in … Continue reading

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Good Friday.

I’ve always been an Easter person. I loved the profound uniqueness of this story as I was growing up. It was our festival. The world around didn’t really care. There were no presents to get worked up about. There was … Continue reading

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The details.

It’s the details. The small ones. The slow ones. The gentle walking on ones. It’s the details. The text. That message. The family taking our boys for breakfast. It’s the details. The poem sent The reminders. The knowing that others … Continue reading

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Winter trees

It’s January. I have thoughts and they blow off into the bitter cold wind. I have ideas to post here in my pensive, a space for the swirling processing to be formed and shaped. They float away into the winter … Continue reading

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Books of 2018

Here’s the final list from 2018. I’m fairly sad that I managed less than last year but I did start a new job this year which took away some of my free time and brain energy. Onwards into the new … Continue reading

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