Tag Archives: Jesus

It’s not what it looks like

When you’ve messed up badly, there is nothing more therapeutic, once the dust has settled, than getting up and getting on with life. Energy focused on moving forward, rather than wallowing in the quagmire of regret, can motivate and help … Continue reading

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He gives his word

In the old days, not so long ago, when the preacher gave out a bible reference, there would be this rusting of paper around the room. Now, instead of hunting for the bible page,  many of us reach for our … Continue reading

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Good, clean water

Got my water bill this morning…so glad we use showers mostly instead of baths. Reminds me of the time I was giving my first little niece a bath…sat on the edge of the bath, leaned across as I was playing … Continue reading

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No concessions

There really aren’t many joys about getting older, but one small blessing is concessionary entrance fees. What really bugs though, is that no-one ever questions my eligibility for age concessions. Huh! There again, is it fair, that wealthy elderly folk … Continue reading

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What a waste!

I’d had some birthday money, and bought myself some new cosmetics. My husband was concerned with the source, that it might have pagan links, and felt uncomfortable with it. Much as I liked the product, after some thought and heart … Continue reading

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A rubbish response

It was a lovely new-build my in-laws moved into when my husband was a little boy. The council tip, which had been outside the historic market town of Nantwich, Cheshire, was supposed to be closed and filled in as the … Continue reading

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Set apart

We’d be having guests for a special meal. After a tasty main, I’d reach for the specially prepared desert, lift the cover, and horror of horrors, discover someone had already taken a nibble out of it! OK, it never actually happened, … Continue reading

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My place

I love my kids and my grandkids to bits. They are all wonderful people. All three of mine had the same genetic start in life, born in the same place, brought home to the same environment, raised by the same parents. … Continue reading

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Lead me to the altar

You’ve probably heard it before. The young bride was trying to remember the proceedings for her wedding. First she would be led on her father’s arm up the aisle, up to the altar where she would be joined by her … Continue reading

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Glorious bread

Bread. Don’t you just love the smell as it comes out of the oven? Break off a chunk while it’s still warm, and load it with butter. Mind the drips as the butter melts; stuff it into your mouth and … Continue reading

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