A Horse of Course…
A Horse of Course…
/ March 30, 2021 1 COMMENTS
I think I’ve achieved what I wanted to when I approached the owner of ...
Perspective and Life…
Perspective and Life…
/ January 25, 2021 0 COMMENTS
It wasn’t until I watched Call the Midwife that I realized the National Health (NHS), a social service that has been a part of my life since I can remember, was still dealing with ...
A Flurry of Snow…
A Flurry of Snow…
/ January 21, 2021 1 COMMENTS
I’m always happy when it snows. The ground looks bright, dazzling even. A down comforter slung over Footlights concealing mud ruts in the driveway and beaten tracks through the ...
Horse Spook…
Horse Spook…
/ January 12, 2021 1 COMMENTS
I’ve been grooming and bathing horses for a year now and this one was in desperate need of a good rub-a-dub scrub. While I enjoy my new skill there have been a few times when the ...
The Invisible Power of Prayer…
The Invisible Power of Prayer…
/ January 6, 2021 3 COMMENTS
Each morning when I write my journal I address it to God. It’s a stream of consciousness effort, limited to one page of my ruled exercise book and always ends with the same set of ...
Another Way to Pray…
Another Way to Pray…
/ December 18, 2020 0 COMMENTS
Prayers: For most of us they are cries for help. World-wide. Just look at the prayer lists in any given church, upwards of 40 or more people each prayed for, probably on a daily basis, ...
No Guilt Attached…
No Guilt Attached…
/ December 14, 2020 0 COMMENTS
Cats are nappers.  My two boys sleep most of the day and I would even venture to say, they are Masters of Repose. No matter how comfortable I think I am in my warm, soft and cozy bed, ...
A Barn Raising…
A Barn Raising…
/ December 11, 2020 1 COMMENTS
Our bird keeping son, Simon, bought a barn. It came in a kit with everything included –  rather like an IKEA delivery only with more technical instructions - I couldn’t make ...
Black Friday…Stay Home…
Black Friday…Stay Home…
/ November 23, 2020 0 COMMENTS
Just thought this pretty tactless flyer that plopped into my mailbox today warranted a comment. Touting Black Friday, …which is going to be different this year with the CDC ...
Dark Night of the Soul…
Dark Night of the Soul…
/ October 23, 2020 1 COMMENTS
I absolutely do not wish to compare myself to the great Spanish Mystic,  St John of the Cross. A Carmelite friar and priest (1542-1591). No way me!  But I do every so often refer to my ...
Hubs’ Field…My Field…
Hubs’ Field…My Field…
/ October 6, 2020 0 COMMENTS
For me, the epitome of an English garden is one that looks tangly and wild… those lovely little cottage gardens, over-run with wisteria and clambering roses, bursting with colour ...