Monthly Archives: January 2011

Change of Gear

Time for a change of gear, I think. Until now I have been trying to draw everything together: to create a coinherence – a connecting and making sense – of all the disparate events, thoughts, feelings and relationships of my … Continue reading

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The Way from Chelsea

The priest who married Mrs Llew and me has died. We read of his death in the ‘Daily Telegraph’ today. He was Father Gerard Irvine, who was vicar at the time of our marriage, of  St Cuthbert with Matthias, in … Continue reading

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Update

Hallo. My machine has been out of action for a few days. More follows later.

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Time Past 7

April 21, 2002 Yesterday in fine weather I went to Church Meadow, mown even closer now as preparations continue for the cricket season. A peal of bells rang out in the sun and the brisk wind. I went through the … Continue reading

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River Path

It is frequently said that among our more boring experiences is to be told of someone else’s dreams. On the other hand, to the dreamer, his dreams may be helpful. I am neither a Biblical scholar nor a mind doctor … Continue reading

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