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daisymay

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Iven in the church his evening and tonight - it was good 1

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Yesterday was our 28th wedding anniversary, and today was the 28th anniversary of my becoming a kirkit bride.

I wonder if any bride now uses the term "kirkit bride"? A bride is kirkit the first time she attends church with her new husband, and they sit together as a new unit, rather than with their respective parents. Given that we met at University and our families lived elsewhere in two different cities, we had never attended church sitting apart prior to our wedding. Even so, I liked the idea that I had been kirkit.

Also, as I didn't wear my glasses at my wedding and everything was a bit blurry, it wasn't till we went to church the following day that I saw my wedding flowers!

[ 19. February 2017, 21:21: Message edited by: Lothlorien ]

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North East Quine

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I meant to post that on the anniversaries and significant dates thread!
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quote:
Originally posted by North East Quine:
I meant to post that on the anniversaries and significant dates thread!

NEQ, I have copied your post over to birthdays and significant dates thread for you, but have left the original here.

Lothlorien, AS Host.

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Thank you!
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Some of you will know that for a few years I withdrew from full-time clergy ministry. And then about two years ago came down with severe psoriasis and was unable to work at all. Today I'm giving thanks because over the past several months, thanks to various treatments, the psoriasis is being well managed, long-term.

Ironically, it was only when I was diagnozed with psoriatic arthritis and prescribed methotrexate, did things really pick up. Thankfully, I get almost no side-effects with the drug; and one of the effects of it is to help clear the skin. And I manage the day to day rashes with the usual steroid creams and emollients.

The result has been a return to near-normal life. Even to the extent of applying for full-time clergy work again. And I'm astonished and delighted - and very thankful to be able to say that round about Easter I should be taking up the post of a rector again in the Anglican Church.

When I was at my lowest I remember reading the scripture about giving thanks in all circumstances, by Paul. I told God I wasn't strong enough or 'good' enough to do that. But then it occurred to me that I had nothing to lose, and that being thankful to God in a situation where I had virtually no options, was perhaps the only choice I had over my own life at that time; even though I was bed-bound and depressed, and apparently without a future. So why shouldn't I just praise and thank God regardless? Maybe it would help me mentally to cope with the misery?

There was no quick fix miracle. There's no cure for psoriasis and I'll be on blood tests and this medication for the rest of my life. But God inhabiting my attitudes helped me to cope. And while I have to work a little harder to keep my body fit for duty, I now have the privilege of returning to clergy ministry. And with an altered mindset.

Giving thanks in all circumstances is, maybe, a mad Pollyanna thing to do. But if it lets God get into the darkness, it's worth a go.

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Oh Anselmina [Overused] bless you

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Anselmina, thank you [Axe murder]
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Anselmina [Axe murder]

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Ive been in the church his evening and very good !

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[Yipee]

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Very good to hear, daisymay.

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Anselmina [Yipee]

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Anselmina, that's wonderful. Reading that has made me decide to step away from the keyboard -- your story gets to be the last one I'll read today.
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Anselmina [Yipee]

Thank you, I needed to read that today!

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How lovely to hear some good news for a change...

Preach it, Sister Anselmina!

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Ive been at the one paid scotish one in london and it is very good. It fitted us to eat after it worked !

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My cat Spyder, who has heart trouble, just had his blood pressure taken today and it was normal. Now i await the results of a urinalysis.

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I hate to double post but I am so grateful to God that I have to ost this. I made contact with my dear friend who I have been forcibly out of touch with for a year. We talked on the phone for an hour and a half, and it was wonderful. It's an answer to my prayers.

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Lovely to hear Nicole.

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What Loth said. [Yipee]

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I.ve ween to the church in the morning and in the evening, I been very good 1

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quote:
Originally posted by Anselmina:

Giving thanks in all circumstances is, maybe, a mad Pollyanna thing to do. But if it lets God get into the darkness, it's worth a go.

Oh, Amen ... though I'm struggling right now ... but the dawn will come

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I guess daisymay is, as she often does, giving thanks to God for the spiritual refreshment and encouragement she receives from the Scottish church(es) in London.

So, too, should all of us rejoice at what we receive from our own churches or spiritual homes!

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[Yipee] Yay for all the yay!

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Ive just been in the church later and it was bred and vine 1 It was very good.

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Thanks and praise for all the spring flowers which lighten the hearts of their beholders!

I have decided that, rather than give up anything for Lent, I shall find one thing every day to give thanks and praise for - I have so much to be grateful for [Overused]

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I try to be thankful for three things every day at breakfast a different three to the previous few days. Otherwise I could just rattle off anything without even thinking.

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Yesterday's cause for thanksgiving - being able to cheer up the Dowager when she was feeling down [Yipee]

Today's was a muddy walk in the sunshine after the wind had dropped [Yipee]

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Today's (slightly silly) causes for thanksgiving: remembering why we couldn't find a set of dinner-plates (they were with the stuff we brought over ourselves to use in the flat and are in a box in D's office); and finding Bruno, a generously-proportioned teddy-bear who was in a box guarding some breakables (not broken).

[Smile]

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For colleagues who help me get things sorted when they're hard, thank you God.

Cattyish, grateful.

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quote:
Originally posted by Huia:
Very grateful thanks to the person who found the overdue library book I had dropped somewhere in the Mall and returned it to the library before I could rack up any more library fines or even have to pay for a replacement book [Yipee]

Sometimes I firmly believe I have a very overworked Guardian angel [Angel]

Huia

I wish that person had been onthetrainwhen I accidentally left several Tom Wright and James Dunn books on train. An expensive mistake.

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daisymay

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Ive been at the church it the morning and evening and later and it was very good 1

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Grandson R came home Saturday. He's feeding and breathing properly but parents J & H will be watching closely.

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Glad to hear it, SS - prayers continuing to ascend. [Votive]

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So many Reasons to be Cheerful while visiting Intrepid Grandson this weekend [Yipee] too many to list here [Overused]

But having seen him eat (no wonder he went to National Book Day dressed as the Very Hungry Caterpillar [Smile] ) I need to put my money where my heart is and send a donation to Mary's Meals*

* other equally appropriate charities are available

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Today's Cause for Rejoicing is that the lowlife who smashed our study window this afternoon didn't actually get into the house - the alarm must have scared him off.

Also he cut himself on the broken glass.

Sorry to sound so unChristian [Devil]

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Not at all, Mrs. S. - it serves him right. [Two face]

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What's more, the scene of crime officer collected a good blood sample from the window handle - enough for a DNA match [Two face]

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Ive been to the Scotish church in ear and it was very good at I today.

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That's brilliant, daisymay! Praise be indeed. A good service is worth a lot! [Yipee] [Angel]

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A lot of people around here are giving thanks that a minister who had left his congregation under a cloud, many years ago, was able to return and participate in a service, offering a fine prayer that touched everyone. It was a moment of healing that lifted a weight off his and many other shoulders.

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In the Prayer thread I said that today I was taking a risk and handling a difficult anniversary in a different way.

WoW! I am so glad I did. I had a brilliant time, resolved some of pain and am ready to move on in my life [Yipee]

As with most grieving for life changing events there may possibly be some residual stuff that pops up from tome to time, but I feel whole and connected in a way I didn't before.

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How wonderful for you, Huia, I am happy for you.

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Excellent, Huia
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That sounds very good indeed, Huia - long may your feelings of wellbeing continue. [Smile]

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Sounds like a breakthrough Huia -- such good news.

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