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Richard on January 28th, 2016

Faith and faithfulness Today I’m at my desk planning the service for St. Valentine’s Day, 14th February, which this year falls on a Sunday. It’s too good an opportunity to miss – the service will be a Celebration of Marriage, and I’m looking forward to it! One part of the Marriage service has got me […]

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Richard on January 22nd, 2016

The snow reminds Ronald Blythe of holidays in Scotland THEY promise snow, and back it up with descriptions of Moscow, where it is raked up and put in the river. Here, in the Stour Valley, snow-laden skies hold back their burden, and it doesn’t seem cold enough for a wintry landscape. All the same, the white cat […]

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Richard on January 15th, 2016

Ronald Blythe steps outside, and feels a cold north wind WALKING in the January garden, who would have thought that it would be so bleak? Blazing sun on the windows, the frozen screen running to the river — but the sky is so summery, the birds at war over old Christmas cake, the washing blowing, the […]

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Richard on January 8th, 2016

Ronald Blythe gathers up holly and cards, and checks the fridge EVER since I was a boy, natural light and religious light have got tangled up in my imagination; so that, at this moment, the Epiphany and the pale sunshine flooding Duncan’s field are one. It is mild and still, and a little gardening would not […]

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Richard on January 8th, 2016

Ronald Blythe ponders diaries and journals, private and public DIARIES come in all sizes, and are not to be judged by length. Some are a long life’s length: Samuel Pepys’s is nine years long. They could be kept for a special occasion, a war, a journey, or a love affair. They could be read to amuse […]

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