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Wilderness

Wilderness

At church lately we have been doing a series called ‘Life in the margins’, exploring the idea of living with margins to allow for rest and reflection and refreshment with God rather than cramming every minute of the day with stuff until you burn out. James has talked...
Be who you are

Be who you are

We had a fellow come over to give us a quote on blinds at the house this morning. He was very friendly and chatty, and we got to talking about all sorts of things. As he was measuring the windows in my office, he saw the work that was up on my screen – a poster...
Don’t worry

Don’t worry

I’m coming out of my usual January freak out. Even though I marvel each year about how I forget about how crap I feel most Januarys, it still takes me by surprise when it happens. It really is because of the money thing. I have very little money post-Christmas,...
Me too

Me too

Over the last couple of days, if you’re a social media user, you might have seen a trickle then a surge of posts on your feed saying “Me too… If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me too’ as a status, we...
How much grain do you have?

How much grain do you have?

Ah it’s been a funny old time. Since last week, when I was stressing about being overloaded, I have gotten through some of the bigger work issues, managed to faithfully keep the commitments I had, and…I got ‘let go’. Well, not really. I was...
A sable garb of gloom and dreariness

A sable garb of gloom and dreariness

Just so you know, I’m not currently “clad in a sable garb of gloom and dreariness” but I just thought it was such an excellent phrase. It comes from this devotional reading from Charles Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening. I get these emailed to me...