Sowing

20 Mar 19
Erannza - Eternal lovers

I met her for the first time in the street I saw her eyes only since her face and her hair were covered by a veil It was enough to see her eyes to recognize her though, so familiar were they to me, even if I had never met her I saw her and there […]

20 Mar 19
Hitchin Lavender Blog

We’re getting green by preparing for this season’s vegetable garden!

20 Mar 19
Dear Kitty. Some blog

This 17 March 2019 video from South Africa says about itself: Residents of Cape Town have come together to mourn the victims of the mass shooting in New Zealand on Friday, which left 50 dead and 50 injured in two mosques in the city of Christchurch. People from different faiths gathered on the steps of […]

20 Mar 19
Tish Farrell

Usually when it comes to lime tree photos, I’m snapping the Linden Walk which is just a short trot from the house. But when I walked up there on Sunday afternoon the photos I took of it looked flat and gloomy. It was only as I was heading for home that there was a sudden […]

20 Mar 19
horticultural 'obbit

It’s half through the week off, and I’m pottering around, practising some much needed self care. I say I’m pottering, I’m pacing around til the new book goes live and have a distinct lack of writing mojo. Writing other than the blog, that is. I find it really hard to wander around aimlessly; generally, I […]

20 Mar 19
Sowing Seeds of Love

So, day #3 of the Mardi Gras mission trip I got to go out with this guy… Byron [my partner for the day], and I had walked a lot. We were making conversation with people that we saw and loving on them, handing out care packages to homeless people we saw and praying for/with people […]

20 Mar 19
Toms Allotment Diary

Because the last few months have been slow going, due to my hernia and arthritis diagnosis (just walking was painful), I really havnt been able to do too much ground preparation for sowing. Most of the stuff I have down has been on the windowsills and then potted on, and into the Polytunnel to grow […]

20 Mar 19
Conversations in a Small Town

My bike trip to Greenville was one that left me physically fatigued, and writing about it to you last week left me mentally prostrate as well. My insomnia was cured for a time, but it soon came back, and I started drinking espresso again — I always relapse.  It’s not a question of nevermore, but […]

20 Mar 19
Sowing Seeds of Hope

I recently finished a Bible Reading Plan focused on “Attitude”.  I will attempt to give a shortened review: Attitude. Attitude drives our behavior. God’s hope and truth can be the basis of our attitude, instead of feelings and circumstances. “Rooted and built up in him, and stablished in the faith, as ye have been taught, […]

20 Mar 19
Sowing Seeds of Hope

Why is Haiti the way it is?  There is no one answer; it is much too big a question.  But it resonates in my ears. How did it make such an abrupt turn from the “Pearl of the Antilles” to a land of desolation?  I have been reading some history, and will attempt to summarize […]

20 Mar 19
livingbeneathhisshadow

“REST”. God has blessed my life in so many area. One significant blessing is to work for Oh So Smooth Radio, which has afforded a lot of great opportunities. From January 2017 until July 2018, I was blessed to wake up in a different city almost every weekend while still working my full-time job Monday […]

20 Mar 19
Ludo and Vici's New Kennel Blog

w/c 11th March 2019 There are not enough hours in the day to get everything done.  This week’s blog goes like this: Joiners came and put on under stairs cupboard doors and architrave and fixed my bedroom wardrobe door that was catching on the carpet due to a loose bit of wood on the bottom […]