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Shiny Brown

Rain or sun we’ll have fun in the squelchy and squishy jump and splash it thickly melted-chocolate sticky of the path in the wood today: bluebells...

Elusive Silver

An enigmatic colour this on the scales of a herring or a ‘silverfish,’ and the reflecting sheen of a mirror’s screen, greyer than white, whiter than...

His Majesty

I may choose to be a loner, I may hide my past and plans; but I can’t flee my Creator, every inmost thought … Power and love of God consider, when you feel he does not care; he alone wise help can render, strength renew: persist in prayer.

The Impossible Move

They seem to think life started in the sea – somehow, but plants appeared on land, and then – unplanned some moving creatures in the water thought...

Supernaturally kind

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] The gospel of peace for a world full of grief – good news we release of help and relief from One high and mighty … No spirit mysterious imagined, unknown. …


636 of my comments have received 658 Great Feedback votes

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Thank you. A warning that

Posted on Sun, 13 Jun 2021

Thank you. A warning that saves from danger and points to a good present must be kind! Like calling a child from rushing into the road, and from getting lost, to the way back home! Rhiannon

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Posted in Warnings are kind

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A lot of ineteresting detail

Posted on Fri, 11 Jun 2021

A lot of ineteresting detail amongst the mundane of reporting, and that is what makes reading the ordinary accounts of the time worthwhile, and you realise these are real people not just statistics.

They had tresured their time with...

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Posted in Maria's Diary chapters 23-24

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You describe well the

Posted on Mon, 07 Jun 2021

You describe well the mingling of memories, some clear, some much more vague, coalescing over the years of time as we get older, but various threads emerging! Rhiannon

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Posted in In The Stillness Of Late Years

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You bring the view the point

Posted on Wed, 02 Jun 2021

You bring to view the point of change from woodcraft engineering to metalwork, and its consequences in navy action interestingly. Rhiannon

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Posted in Vision Of Brilliance

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Such vafied, responsible work

Posted on Tue, 01 Jun 2021

Such vafied, responsible work he was given. He must have been considered a good investigator and reporter on these matters.

You headed the entry 15 June. But he died 20 June. Did you mean for her to be writing on 25 June? Rhiannon

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Posted in Maria's Diary 19

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What a journey! And

Posted on Fri, 28 May 2021

What a journey! And interesting about her asking for baptism as an adult to delaclare commitment. And to have that encouragement from, and information about,Florence Nightingale.

You must have trawled through many sources!  Rhiannon

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Posted in Maria's Diary 18

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Highlighting our smallness!

Posted on Thu, 27 May 2021

Highlighting our smallness! And yet we're made able to know the Creator! Rhiannon

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Posted in I am..

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Sorry, you've lost me in

Posted on Tue, 25 May 2021

Sorry, you've lost me in these, Di! Though, as far as the ending is concerned, my hope isn't in what mankind can/might/won't achieve, but a certainty stated for a future definite and good to be installed by God, before too long. Rhiannon

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Posted in time flies (another version)

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Lots of memories and

Posted on Mon, 24 May 2021

Lots of memories and vignettes of a past era! Rhiannon

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Posted in When We Were Young

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I do ke the phrase ballgowns

Posted on Thu, 06 May 2021

I do ke the phrase ballgowns on those apple blossom trees., especially after delighting in them and trying to photograph them a couple of days ago.

A series of lovely reminescences to meditate on on the relaxing beauty of sight...

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Posted in Resting Place