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For the sound of peaceful sleeping breathing from the room next door.
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reading a late in the place and it was good plain and bread and fine.

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Sounds good, daisymay [Smile]
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A couple of weeks ago I posted a request on the prayer thread for my mum and two of her sisters, all of whom were having hospital treatment. I'm thankful that the two surgeries (my mum and my youngest aunt) went successfully, and more than that that the mass on my aunt's uterus turned out to be benign. And my other aunt seems to be managing chemo remarkably well so far.

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That's excellent news, JtL - prayers continuing to ascend. [Votive]

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Stepgrandson has struggled all his life at school, despite his obvious intelligence. Just before Christmas he was diagnosed with one of the many forms of epilepsy and also with sensory perception disorder. Medication seems to now be sorted for the epilepsy, at least for the moment, and he sees an Occupational Therapist who has given help with the disorder.

At a parent teacher evening a week ago, he was given very good reports from his new teachers in high school. His mum had tears in her eyes yesterday as she said the evening was the best she had ever had for him. Maths is still a strugglr, but as the saying goes, Rome wasn't built in a day.

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Lovely to think his confidence is being built up, Lothlorien -- a young boy with a sensory processing disorder lives down the road and his teacher pointed out that W's co-ordination has improved because he is far less timid and feels able to risk more in games and interactions.

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D has agreed to a representative from social services having access to the house tomorrow, and also to me accompanying her son during that visit!

Hosanna (both meanings)! Alleluia!

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Indeed - [Votive] for yet more in the way of positive progress!

On another subject, praise God for providing Our Place with a part-time Interim Minister after only four months' interregnum. Other developments are pending, but it's a huge boost to morale, after the lacklustre ministry of our previous priest-in-charge.

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Ive been this evening in the scotish church and it was very good . they give us food after !

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That sounds like a lovely time, daisymay!

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Offering thanks to God for all the help I've had this week.

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Just had a wonderful two days visiting my daughter and son-in-law. So lovely to see them.

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Nicole, I understand your feelings. I have seen all my family several times recently. They do not live close to me in Sydney which stretches a long way, and they have families of their own to nurture. I understand your thankfulness. I hear from my sons often but do not actually see much of them.

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For the sending of a woman from the same neck of the South London woods as D to the ward, not only familiar with the same park, but also praising the work of the Friends of that park, of which D's son is chair (and founder), and in the work of which D has been involved. Cheered her a bit. (Still there.)
I hope the woman's condition improves well, though.

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daisymay

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1ve been in the scotish church and it was very pood at in he vewing.

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Praise the Lord for churches (Scottish or otherwise) where we feel welcome!

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Yes, indeed. That is good to hear.

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Master S was confirmed in his Grade 7 post yesterday in the face of some stiff opposition [Axe murder]

I am proud and relieved in equal measure! [Yipee]

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Wahoooo! [Yipee]
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Its sing it is wet today. It was dificul for me.

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Yes, horribly wet and windy, take care daisymay [Smile]
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Congratulations Master S! [Yipee]

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Our best friends have become grandparents! Lovely little girl, everyone well.

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How lovely, SS - congratulations to all!

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Ive beed in the scatish church to day and it was very good,

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Glad to hear it, Daisymay! [Smile]

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You often mention the Scottish church, daisymay. I am glad to hear you enjoy it so much.

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Thank you Lord for giving us hope.

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Ais evening in was very good at the church and it feed berd and wine 1

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At LAST, dear Lord, my back garden looks semi respectable.....
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Praise God, that despite recent and current Horrid Events in London, the sheer goodness and resilience of so many people - of all faiths, and none - continues to rise above the ghastliness.

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I am going to the church and I ho[e I die it also,

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Be blessed daisymay [Votive]
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Utterly trivial thing - today we had the local fete, and the scouts were running an archery stall. I bought three arrows, and with the first one got a gold, right in the middle of it! (The other two, with which I was more careful, only made the blue ring.)
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Our town had the highest flood levels of a flood prone river since 1975 today, and we ended up having the only sandbagged house in the area. Our saintly volunteer fire department responded to a call around 6:30 this morning and they soon had us secured, though they came back twice more to make sure of it. The water is on its way down again, and apart from having to have the septic system pumped as soon as things settle down, there's no serious damage. There will be a few prayers of thanks ascending on account of the help we got today (and some letters to a few officials about the great people who keep the township running).

PS Sandbags are heavy!

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I'm just back from a trip to Orkney combining seeing my dad (92, v.v. frail) and attending some of the events at the St. Magnus Festival, which were excellent, and for which I give much thanks.

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How lovely, Piglet [Axe murder]

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quote:
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I'm just back from a trip to Orkney combining seeing my dad (92, v.v. frail) and attending some of the events at the St. Magnus Festival, which were excellent, and for which I give much thanks.

Lucky Piglet! Did you see "The Story of Magnus Erlendsson" at the Cathedral? I wish we could have stayed long enough for that, but I shall be offering up thanks for a long time for being able to spend a little time on that lovely island of yours, and just for being able to travel again.

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Thay haif said. Quhat say thay, Lat thame say (George Keith, 5th Earl Marischal)

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Praise and thanks to the Lord in whom I place my trust (see Aging Parents thread).

Blessed be the Name of the Lord [Overused]

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Lucky Piglet! Did you see "The Story of Magnus Erlendsson" at the Cathedral?

"See" isn't quite the word; despite my sister logging on to book tickets as soon as they became available to the general public, we could only get seats in the aisles, and really couldn't see anything. But what we heard was utterly mesmerising, and when they processed round the church singing the Hymn to St. Magnus I had tears rolling down my cheeks and a lump in my throat the size of a small island*.

I hadn't been in Orkney at Festival time for nearly 30 years, and I'm glad it was this year that I made it back. [Smile]

* Egilsay, presumably. [Big Grin]

[ 26. June 2017, 23:53: Message edited by: Piglet ]

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Ive been in the church in london and it was very good and give us food !

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The Tree Officer has approved a tree application that has been outstanding since November (to correct overhanging trees causing our vestry plaster to be damp and fall off the walls!)

Heaven be praised!

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Elder daughter L has been under threat of redundancy (this would have been her fifth!) but she has found another job in the same firm. This is good news/relief/all sorts of things.
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Good news here!

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A friend and fellow parishioner has just welcomed a new grandson! My friend is already a grandfather, several times over, but this is his first grandbaby by this son. Everyone is happy and healthy.

Welcome, T!

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It has been on the church and it was good ! They also have food to eat and we did that.

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That sounds good, daisymay.

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quote:
Originally posted by Pigwidgeon:
A friend and fellow parishioner has just welcomed a new grandson! My friend is already a grandfather, several times over, but this is his first grandbaby by this son. Everyone is happy and healthy.

Welcome, T!

[Axe murder]

Lovely news, Pigwidgeon.

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The guys at the cherry farm gave me a bag of Regina when I went in to buy. They are selling bought-in fruit, as theirs have suffered from an infestation of spotted winged drosophila, but the Regina was theirs. I had taken them some info about the bugs overwintering habits, and mentioned how my last purchase had burst out with the grubs of the afore mentioned flies. They are lovely fruit, which have, I think, escaped the attention of the females' ovipositors, and it was very generous of them. Especially in the circumstances. Munching now.

My guests can't handle stone fruit, so they are mine, all mine!

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