The waiting game

Throughout the year, Debbie and I love playing games, but especially over Christmas. Yes, as soon as Christmas `kicks in` out pop the board, dice, card, electronic, verbal or written games, even more so, if anyone comes to visit. The fun, people’s competitive spirit, banter, humour and laughter always make for good entertainment, even when […]

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No room

Have you ever tried to reserve a table at a restaurant or try and book a room at a hotel and you were told they were fully booked, or even tried to get tickets for a football match, the theatre or the opera but all were sold out? I`m sure we can say` yes` at […]

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Armchair supporter

With the World Cup starting later today, all the talk has been about who will win the football tournament and how will England fare. Pundits, journalists, commentators and fans from all over the world will be tuning in, as well as over one million fans expected to travel to Qatar to cheer on their country. […]

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Sacrificial love

I was watching `The Pride of Britain` awards on ITV recently, a show committed to honouring people who showed Sacrificial Love by acting bravely or with extraordinary determination, in the circumstances they found themselves in. Yes, heroic people who gave everything to helping and saving others no matter what the cost was to them. It […]

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Displaying God’s love

So, yesterday was officially Firework Night although it  tends to be more like, `Fireworks month` if our neighbourhood is anything to go by. I always like a good fireworks display, even more so, if I do it myself. I find the best place for a good, free fireworks display is on the M4. Coming home from […]

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