Project 2020: Week #39

23 September 2020 A new friend dropped in for tea and a chat! It was a lovely time 😊 24 September 2020 Found resting on our wall this morning. 25 September 2020 The sunlight that greeted me as I walked to the station was beautiful. 26 September 2020 Spotted while waiting for the bus. Our... Continue Reading →

Project 2020: Week #38

17 September 2020 Waiting for the train. Heading to Wimbledon for a quick bite to eat. It’s a lovely evening. 18 September 2020 Saw this church sign on the way to drop our son off at youth group. 19 September 2020 Visited a friend in Bristol. We’ve known each other since we were 13 years... Continue Reading →

a tea party

Hello there. Just settling down with my cuppa today and joining Su's virtual tea party. Feel free to check out Su's corner of the internet and relax over some tea and treats. She is a wonderful host.

Fleeting

Riding on a near empty train. Watching London swish by outside. It’s just a quiet, fleeting moment before the train stops at the next station to let people on. Via the old Daily Post Photo Challenge #119: Fleeting

Project 2020: Week #37

9 September 2020 Joined bible study again tonight. It was the first time in months. It was good to be back. 10 September 2020 Thankful for my husband’s care today. He went for a cycle to a neighbouring suburb and came back with a Korean snack as well as my favourite pear. It was something... Continue Reading →

The Sign Says

It’s an unsettling world we live in where we care for each other by staying away. The sign was painted on the train platform. It was an encouragement to keep our social distance. Via the old Daily Post Photo Challenge #118: The Sign Says

Project 2020: Week #36

2 September 2020 Nothing to report. Just a busy and ordinary working day. I event forgot to take a photo. The above image is from Covent Garden a couple of days ago. I am grateful for ordinary days. 3 September 2020 I don’t read my Bible enough. To me it is God’s word that teaches,... Continue Reading →

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