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I have 1576 stories published in 15 collections on the site.
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Recognising our ignorance

The wisest know how ignorant they are … But He with power to hold within his hands the wind, … knows everything, all things He understands – so listen! to the truth He’s told …

Happy Weary Industry

Labourers wearily industrious in farm, field and hill - will they more leisure gain if machines take the strain? Industrial revolution. Folks flock...
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Present Grace, Future Perfect

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] … a leper … He touched him – no infection passed, …from Jesus cleansing flowed to cure … A man was paralysed …down through the roof they lowered him … First, Jesus pardoned him – some sneered …

Joseph in Egypt – slave, falsely accused, imprisonment, ruler

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] She tried to entice him to lie in her bed. Though far from his people, enslaved, yet he said, firm ‘No!’ to …

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893 of my comments have received 925 Great Feedback votes

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I hadn't thought of

Posted on Fri, 15 Jul 2022

I hadn't thought of waterfalls being uncommon in England, I suppose it is the kind of landscape. So many near here and in Wales. But this one looks quite unusual. The sound of waterfalls is very refreshing, and themore gentle burbling of rivers...

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Posted in St Audrey's Bay Waterfall

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How delightful! Such a lovely

Posted on Mon, 11 Jul 2022

How delightful! Such a lovely little bird, I'm always pleased when I notice it, and it is easy to identify with its small size and upright tail.

Going to our chapel at the end of the week I was remembering that before the little car park...

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Posted in Unexpected Guests

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I've been mulling over this

Posted on Fri, 08 Jul 2022

I've been mulling over this awhile since reading. Intriguing, you seemed to be teasing about possible supernatural and evil solutions, and then possibly negating them, but in the end leaving things quite open, all in a sort-of 'tongue-in-cheek'...

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Posted in The Miracle of Maldon (Part Three of Three)

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Very gentle and readable,

Posted on Sat, 09 Jul 2022

Very gentle and readable, Jean. Praying your comfort and support through each step. Glad the staff were thoughtful, and your daughter a pal. Rhiannon

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Posted in Chemo 2

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Such a number of disparate

Posted on Tue, 05 Jul 2022

Such a number of disparate characters and threads. Will be interesting to see how this comes together! Rhiannon

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Posted in The Miracle of Maldon (Part Two of Three)

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Jean, your comments on others

Posted on Sun, 03 Jul 2022

Jean, your comments on others' experiences though harrowing are useful to know.

I just pray the Holy Spirit's support to you throughout the time, and that you will know his fellowship comforting you deep inside even in particularly...

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Posted in Chemo

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Thank you for drawing

Posted on Sat, 02 Jul 2022

Thank you for drawing attention to this biusy little harvest mouse, so slight she can balance on heads of wheat.. and for the link to the lovely video. Rhiannon

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Posted in Harvest Mouse

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I must look up my Grimm Fairy

Posted on Fri, 01 Jul 2022

I must look up my Grimm Fairy Tales. I feel a bit confused about Snow White, and when I googled just now, realised like many there are variations on the theme. You highlight the themes being raised.

I wonder how many celebrities get...

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Posted in Snow White

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A dreamy warm afternoon

Posted on Thu, 30 Jun 2022

A dreamy warm afternoon stroll? Enjoying the detail with interesting descriptions! I particularly enjoyed the description of the pavement, and the larch.

Wasn't sure what  'Hear peace begin by pendant pagodas of treacle berry.' ...

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Posted in green serene thoughts

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As usual you write well, and

Posted on Fri, 24 Jun 2022

As usual you write well, and mix the bleak with positive people-actions. And the delight in less light pollution giving joy in being able to see the glory of the stars.
In the first chapter I was amazed at your little delivery-minions, and...

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Posted in The Horses of Wooldale Road (Part 3 of 3)

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