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F's Thanksgiving Service went very well yesterday. A marvellous tribute from her husband who held it together up to the last fifteen seconds, although most of us were in tears well before then. She only wore size five shoes but they will take some filling around the church and community. We have some good people in our family and we seem to lose the best ones first.

[Votive] God bless her, her husband J and their sons D & M.

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I'm giving thanks that we've found a replacement Château Piglet, and our offer's been accepted.

[Yipee]

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That was quick, Piglet! [Yipee]
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Brilliant!
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Excellent news, Piglet! [Big Grin]

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Lothlorien
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quote:
Originally posted by Piglet:
I'm giving thanks that we've found a replacement Château Piglet, and our offer's been accepted.

[Yipee]

Wonderful, just wonderful.

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Maybe this is the place to give thanks for a 98 year old lady I visit for the church. She is a voracious reader of history and philosophy, likes to think of herself as a heretic - she isn't - and she energises me every time I visit. She lives in a retirement home, but can't stand the old people there. As she says, "Everything works except the damn hips", so on a fine day she props herself up on her walker and heads out on her own across a busy street to a cafe, rather than eating in with the boring people. She was one of the first to cheer when I told her of a same sex marriage in our family, and again when the couple had a child. It's heart-warming to hear her discuss trump. Her hearing is bad, so she daily blesses the computer that lets her keep in touch with her scattered family by e-mail. It's not people like her who are holding the church back.

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News today that a long term friend is home from hospital after 4 weeks as an in patient as the Dr's battled the [thankfully very rare] severe reaction he had to his chemotherapy.

Keep battling Mike!

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In me one it was prob and me one fine it and so now I wan get into the saints. I feel excelent as he fines it !

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[Yipee] Yay for all the YAY!

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Wesley J

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A little thing with all the big things going on in all our lives and in the world:

A visit to the dental hygiene lady today was surprisingly brief - there was just not much work to do for her at all, and I was complimented on my excellent dental hygiene...! First time ever. [Big Grin]

So, pretty glad and thankful for that. Will only need to see her again in a year, not earlier. [Smile]

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i was at the church to night and they speak and also give us bread and vine 1 It was very good !

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Lothlorien
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Glad you enjoyed it, daisymay.

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quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
A little thing with all the big things going on in all our lives and in the world:

A visit to the dental hygiene lady today was surprisingly brief - there was just not much work to do for her at all, and I was complimented on my excellent dental hygiene...! First time ever. [Big Grin]

So, pretty glad and thankful for that. Will only need to see her again in a year, not earlier. [Smile]

I had a similar experience last week, and was even more grateful for finding a new dentist who I like 100 times better than the one who took over for my long-time dentist who retired. (And she's very young, so I'm hoping she'll be around for as long as I'm on this mortal coil.)

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quote:
Originally posted by Stercus Tauri:
Maybe this is the place to give thanks for a 98 year old lady I visit for the church. She is a voracious reader of history and philosophy, likes to think of herself as a heretic - she isn't - and she energises me every time I visit. She lives in a retirement home, but can't stand the old people there. As she says, "Everything works except the damn hips", so on a fine day she props herself up on her walker and heads out on her own across a busy street to a cafe, rather than eating in with the boring people. She was one of the first to cheer when I told her of a same sex marriage in our family, and again when the couple had a child. It's heart-warming to hear her discuss trump. Her hearing is bad, so she daily blesses the computer that lets her keep in touch with her scattered family by e-mail. It's not people like her who are holding the church back.

I'd like to be like that when I grow up.

Huia

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Sioni Sais
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Rejoice! Rejoice! Thanks for all your prayers. Our third grandson was born yesterday ay 4.01pm. R was induced but born normally, but very uncomfortably and weighed in at 9lb 8oz, half an ounce down on his Dad but almost two pound up on his older brother.

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Excellent news, SS - huge congratulations to you and your family. [Yipee]

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Penny S
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Some members of friend's church have offered to help him with the house problems. He's not sure D will allow it, but now the paramedics have photos, maybe she will.
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daisymay

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I was in the church this money and also this evening - it was very good 1

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Lothlorien
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Good you could get there twice, daisymay and that you enjoyed it.

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Penny S
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The frightened lady in the ward with D, who had no visitors, and who my friend got into conversation with, and then contacted her church about, has been visited by her son and taken home.
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Sioni Sais
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Phew! For Mrs SS and I what is. Eldest grandson was returned to his parents on Sunday afternoon after five nights with us. I have met the little'un and he really is like his Dad.

The next challenge is to see how Eldest Son and his wife handle two under-2's! TBH, I reckon they will be easier than a three-year old and an 18 month old but that's to come.

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Thanks be to God for the safe delivery (by induction) of L's first child - a lovely boy, weighing in at 11 pounds plus!

IJ

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Wow, what a hulking infant! Clearly destined to become an athlete.

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Bishops Finger
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Indeed, but his Dad is a fresh-faced, tall, slim, and handsome Chef! (If I were gay, I'd quite fancy him).

I've not yet met Baby X's Mum......

IJ

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Penny S
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D's son has been approached by neighbours with support! Yay! He's been so concerned that people would hold him responsible for what he cannot be responsible for. One had family experience with hoarding, so knew of what they spoke.
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[Yipee] Yay for all the yay!

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Nicolemr
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A small thing in the scheme of life, but my job is closed tomorrow because of the coming snow storm. So glad not to worry about getting to work in a blizzard. And nice to know in advance so i can stay up a bit late for a change.

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Would that be the snow you're currently sending our way, Nicole?? [Devil] It started snowing in earnest here an hour or two ago, and D. had to cancel choir practice.

In other news, I'm giving thanks that we are now the proud owners of a house - we got the keys this morning.

[Yipee]

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The Intrepid Mrs S
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Yay Piglet [Yipee]

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That is good news Piglet [Yipee]

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I have been posting on the the prayer thread about my grandson who was born 4 weeks ago today and very nearly didn't make it.
I have great news. My daughter (who ended up in a high dependency unit) has made a full recovery.
And baby Beaky went home today, breathing and feeding independently- things the doctors feared he would never do.
We watch and wait now to see what his future needs might be- but superb medical care post highly traumatic birth and an ocean of love and prayer have held him.

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Oh WOW! That is such good news, and I'm sure many Shippies will join you in Giving Thanks To God And The Medics!

[Axe murder]

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How wonderful! [Axe murder]

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Baby Beaky, his mother, and Grandma Beaky

[Axe murder] [Axe murder] [Axe murder]

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quote:
Originally posted by MrsBeaky:
I have been posting on the the prayer thread about my grandson who was born 4 weeks ago today and very nearly didn't make it.
I have great news. My daughter (who ended up in a high dependency unit) has made a full recovery.
And baby Beaky went home today, breathing and feeding independently- things the doctors feared he would never do.
We watch and wait now to see what his future needs might be- but superb medical care post highly traumatic birth and an ocean of love and prayer have held him.

Brilliant news!


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Excellent, MrsB!

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[Yipee] [Yipee] [Yipee]

Excellent, indeed!

[Yipee] [Yipee] [Yipee]

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That's wonderful news, MrsBeaky! [Yipee]
God bless you all. [Votive]

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yesterday my sister and her huspand and took to the wain people and the had three big ones and it was very good. they plaid and it was very good.

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[Yipee] For Baby Beaky and all the family!

[Yipee] For Piglet and D with a new Chateau Piglet.

[Yipee] For that needs a [Yipee]

[Yipee] For the progress with the current batch of young people I work with. There have been massive turn-arounds on so many fronts now we're getting to grips with it all... Potentially one of the neediest, most unusual groups I have ever worked with. (And I've been in the business of work of one kind or another with this age group for more years than I want to think about!)

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Mrs. Beaky and Baby Beaky - [Yipee]

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Thank you all for rejoicing with us.
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Love the Ship and this crazy community [Axe murder]

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Ive just been at the pain at it was very good they and given us bread and wine 1 [Votive]

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For being granted a good night's sleep when it couldn't be expected. (Almost as long as usual!)
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Our new bed was delivered on Monday and after an exhausting day disposing of (most of) the old one, plus erecting the new one, we have now had two decent nights sleep. Maybe a mattress that costs substantially more than the bed is a help.

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Prayers of thanksgiving for FD's successful heart bypass surgery today. I could almost feel the voice of prayer around him this morning as he waited to go to theatre.

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Thank you for the excellent news, Clarence! [Yipee]

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Glad to hear it, Clarence - prayers still ascending for his speedy recovery. [Votive]

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I may not be on an island any more, but I'm still an islander.
alto n a soprano who can read music

Posts: 19421 | From: Fredericton, NB, on a rather larger piece of rock | Registered: Sep 2006  |  IP: Logged



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