Hope in 2021 Belated Happy Christmas wishes to all my readers. I hope despite all the challenges this year, you were able to enjoy a very happy Christmas Day. As many of my readers will probably know, HOPE is one of my favourite words. It is also what my blog is based on. Grateful for … Continue reading Hope in 2021
Happy Sunday with Hillsong As ME Awareness week (an invisible illness) swiftly approaches, the Hillsong Australia tune included brings me hope. It also raises memories of a past life. Hong Kong and Hillsong A life where myself and my husband would lead worship as the Sunday Service began (often with a toddler in my arms or … Continue reading Happy Sunday with Hillsong
Coping in Isolation - Covid19 THIS POST MAY TRIGGER. I have been so led to write this post. I do hope it is of help to some one. As many of my readers know, I have been homebound for many years. I remember all too clearly the shock of the realisation that, due to Chronic … Continue reading Coping in Isolation – Covid19
I have heard of STORMZY. Should that be a surprise? I don't know. I know very little about rap/grime. Apart from what I hear of it and about it from my musically informed young folk. I know some of (or many of) the lyrics can be 'ah ookay, did I just hear that'! I sat … Continue reading I’ve heard of STORMZY…
I realised the title can be read in two ways. As I'm not about to launch into detail about en trend colours, and fabric samples (ah, one day peely paint... stay AWAY from the paintbrush!) I hope the intention of title will become clearer. Home worship an Interior Design [Approx 1600 words.] I began to … Continue reading Home Worship, an Interior Design
Before panic sets in for readers of a certain era, I’m not about to drift back to the days of East London and bust out an Ian Dury & the blockheads number! Talented but irreverent. Sigh of relief from those present. Hehehe. Reasons to be #Cheerful... As many of my readers know, I have been … Continue reading Reasons to be #Cheerful…
I’ve very recently been watching a programme on the BBC – Pilgrimage - The Road To Santiago I was so heartened to see a programme on the subject of Christianity, involving a fairly open discussion. Especially during Lent. As a Christian myself, I often feel that we are an ever decreasing minority. So unsurprisingly, I was … Continue reading My Thoughts on Pilgrimage – The Road To Santiago
It's a touchy and very awkward subject. One hard enough to accept, let alone talk about. But I'm going to... Do I feel lonely? At times, yes I do. It's not something I had any real concept of until my health was scrambled...I honestly didn't. (Please click on the title to continue reading. The page break … Continue reading Let’s talk about loneliness … awkwarrrd!