Monthly Archives: July 2008

Books Glorious Books

I’m not sure which i like most. Books …or photographs of books. Hence a post about and including both. I’m almost ashamed to say that I had forgotten quite how pleasurable it is to while away an hour or two … Continue reading

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If there’s one thing I hate

Edited to add: I chose to remove the visible stat meters on the blog. I still have the private one that automatically is installed in the wordpress template, but it gives so little info i tend not to look at … Continue reading

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Prayer Requests in the combox

From Jadown: “please pray for my business,which is very defected because of unseen powers or evil spirits,i am a rice exporter and my every deal fails due to no any please remember me in your special prayers.i realy need … Continue reading

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Ayd’s in a box

I was reading Rosemary’s post this morning and thinking to myself how wonderful it would be if some real life Willy Wonka invented a ‘weight loss’ fudge. Then i remembered. In the 1970′ and 80’s weight loss fudge really did … Continue reading

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a note about comments

When years ago, I received the blessing of having my blog visited regularly by your thoroughly delightful selves, I endeavoured long and hard to respond to each individual comment that was left here. Being by nature something of a people … Continue reading

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Anglicans to swim the Tiber in droves?

I have read so much about this lately, but I’m going to be a lone reed here and say, I actually am more than a bit concerned about this. And i’m going to say something else….why isn’t anyone else more … Continue reading

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Without and Within

If God created us, and I believe that he did, he knows our inmost being. He made us. We were no ‘accident’ regardless of the circumstances in which we were conceived. We have purpose. God created us because he loves … Continue reading

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