Sunday, 10 August 2008

Friday, 8 August 2008

Monday, 28 July 2008

I Love The Google Doodle! - Beatrix Potter's Birthday

Have you ever read one of Beatrix Potter's books?

Saturday, 12 July 2008

Saturdays...are good!

Saturdays remind me of ham salad with salad cream,
bread and butter and tea!
My husband was brought up on Sausages and Mash...
always on Saturdays!
My daughter says Saturdays mean sleeping, cooked breakfast,
Jonathan Ross on the radio and Dr. Who on the TV.

Click on the picture to see why the boy looks forward to Saturdays...
What do Saturdays mean to You?

Friday, 11 July 2008

Fridays are... good!

How do You take Fridays?
Are there any changes You need to make?

Thursday, 10 July 2008

Thursdays...are good!

How can you have fun on...
Think carefully!

Wednesday, 9 July 2008

Wednesdays...are good!

What happens on Wednesdays in Your life?
What will you achieve today?
Go on... have a go!

Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Tuesdays...are good!

Thankfully God's Grace is not only for tuesdays's child
With God you too can have a Lifetime of Grace!

I have not read this book.
If you have let me know what you think!

Monday, 7 July 2008

Mondays...are good!

What does the thought of a
coming up mean to you?

What would improve your Mondays?
Can anything about it?

Sunday, 6 July 2008

Monday, 30 June 2008

Words I Like - Cosy

comfortable, secure, warm, cuddled up,
sheltered, snug, tucked up.

Cosy Corner Dining Table and Chairs
The seats can make the table longer!

This is Cosy!!
I cannot imagine my dog being in the same room with a cat - nevermind a bed!

Sunday, 29 June 2008

Places I have lived in the UK - Gainsborough

Why not visit Gainsborough?... there's plenty to see and do

I now live and minister in Gainsborough

There is major Regeneration going on in the town

The town is busy on Tuesdays and Saturdays (Market Days)

I like the congregation, the town and the contacts we are making all over the area

The Salvation Army is in an good spot by Marshall's Yard Shopping and Leisure Complex

Friday, 27 June 2008

Places I have lived in the UK - Dorchester

The house on the left with the green door is the one we lived in. It is a beautiful house with curved walls and unusual detail. Pondbury Village is different and we are not likely to ever live somewhere like it again! Prince Charles' Village! Oh Yes!

We thoroughly enjoyed living there and when the time came we were very sad to leave. Charming backgarden, pedestrianized, quiet and within walking distance of Dorchester town centre. If you look out for Poundbury online you'll soon realize what an expensive area this is. We got to know so many people there and were able to mix well with the town groups and churches.

The Salvation Army in Dorchester is small and we met in the Methodist Church for worship but its Charity Shop was amazing and raised a really fantastic amount of money.There were many volunteers working in the charity shop and we had great fun rearranging the shop, introducing a book area and lots of extra shelving. We were involved in all sorts of other things including the OverSixties and Luncheon Club.

The homelessness situation in the area was noticeable with vast numbers of men, families and women queuing up for clothing, toiletries and hot drinks among other things. We met some very interesting people that way and it was a pleasure to help them, yes, even the very smelly ones! Christians opened a centre where they could shower!

We hope and Pray the Salvation Army in Dorchester continues to expand and do well.