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FOR TODAY 4th November 2017 Outside my window… the night sky is alight with fireworks and bonfires. It’s that time of year again! I am thinking… that I’m glad I had my hair cut last week (professionally this time) but … Continue reading
For Today… the last day of 2016 Outside my window… I can hear some isolated bursts of fireworks going off locally. The weather is mild to cold but not frosty yet. I am thinking… about some changes I need to … Continue reading
…Banding After the highs of Christmas comes the lows of clearing out the pads. Not the best job in the banding calendar but gotta be done or else we won’t have Christmas music next August. After the big clearout a … Continue reading
Today is Epiphany, or Twelfth Night if you are of European extraction. But what is that exactly? Well, Epiphany was when the wise men (or the Magi if you like) visited the nativity of Jesus Christ. They were a little … Continue reading
Contrary to popular (ie, non-Christian) belief, we are still celebrating Christmas. Most people think that Christmas is something that is done and finished with by 25th December, but that’s not true. For western Christians, Christmas carries on until Epiphany, which … Continue reading
It’s beginning to look a bit like Christmas in the Smith household at last!
A bit of a blurry one today, but this is a photo of my BANDIES (not baddies as I put yesterday – oops!) at the carol service at my church tonight. It’s at times like tonight where I am reminded … Continue reading
For Today… 15th December 2015 Outside my window… it’s a rather mild night out there tonight. A bit damp, but not at all wintry. I am thinking… about Tim Peake and how he has managed to rocket up from Earth … Continue reading
For Today… 29th November, Advent Sunday Outside my window… we are in the middle of the wildest storm so far this year. It has a name, apparently. World, meet Clodagh. She’s one wet and wild beast and she has blown … Continue reading