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Blog has gone mad tonight!

And there was me thinking everyone would be watching BGT – have to say son Mike went outof the room  for some of the more rediculously saucy acts – a model of sobriety and moral correctness!

Had over 70 views today – maybe it was the Radio Cambridge interview…

Here is a prayer to close the day with – I love it:

Dear Lord

For all the times in our lives when things DO seem right

when we have that moment of clarity

when we feel there is hope, when the sun shines down upon us

and warns our face and reminds us that life IS a gift….

we thank you Lord.

healing clouds

I want to remember in prayer the many very elderly people in our care homes who are frail, lonely and maybe suffering from dementia and the people that look after them during the very long hours of the night.

May 28, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  2. When I’m on retreat at an Anglican Franciscan retreat house I love the prayers at the end of the day which includes prayers for those ‘who have said no prayers today or do not know how to pray’

    Comment by Hilary Vinall | January 27, 2012 | Reply


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