We could all do with a little bit of hope right now. The world is unsettled and uncertain, nothing is sure and things feel a little bit hopeless. This is just how Habakkuk felt. 600BC Israel was being invaded, the fig trees did not bloom, the fruit did not grow, the crops failed, the flocks… Continue reading Hope with Habakkuk
I was about 9 or 10 years old when my Nan bought me a guitar. I wish I could say this one pictured was my beloved original but it got left behind when I left Welwyn Garden City many moons ago.I still remember sitting on my bed at my Nan’s house, learning chords and writing… Continue reading My weapon is a melody
So we had our annual end of year school reports home this week. It hardly seems five minutes since our eldest started school! I am pleased to say that ours was very good, although my son eyed me warily as tears (of pride) began to fall whilst I was reading it! He has come on… Continue reading Where does your report come from?