Today has been a clear winter’s day. Now, with the temperature falling fast will it be a good night for some star-gazing?Continue reading “Winter’s Night Sky”
I love gardening so why stop in the cold. My indoor winter garden keeps a smile on my face even in the worst weather. Come and see.Continue reading “The Indoor Winter Garden”
As new year dawned, for one desperately sick woman the future didn’t look at all promising. But after visiting Ffald-y- Brenin, to her delight she discovered that God does still heal today. Continue reading “Does God still heal today?”
As the year ends, the light fades and the cold of winter deepens, but for a moment a beautiful song of hope is filling the air as it did for Thomas Hardy. Continue reading “My Darkling Thrush”
Passing over Salisbury Plain we travel through a world of pre-history and mystery. Everywhere, the unmistakable bare bones of ancient Britain can be clearly seen. Continue reading “Stonehenge, Sarum and that Spire”
An angry sky and strengthening autumn winds indicate that rough weather is approaching. Time to batten down the hatches. Yet gales can bring unexpected benefits.
The Romans were here, we have an Anglo-Saxon English village name, a Norman Church and we are still a thriving community. What would Gilbert White have written about us, I wonder. Continue reading “November in an English Village”