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Pentecost highs and lows

A near full church at Diddington for Benefice Sunday Songs of Praise, a baptism at Great Paxton church in the afternoon and a visit to a recently bereaved widower – a full day but a good day.

I was given a quick lesson in how to use a digital camera by son before he left to go back to London – and here are the results of my endeavours thus far:

mike and mum vicarage garden may 31st 09 Me and Michael in the vicarage garden

mike and lottie may 31st no2

Michael and Lottie in the same place

great paxton church may 31st 09

Great Paxton Church looking east – the place of the bats!joyce and val outside gp church may 31st 09

Val See ( church warden)and Joyce Geeves( organist) advertising the Living Water  Festival outside GP church.

yellow rose outside gp church may 31st 09

Gorgeous rose in Great Paxton churchyard.

Must put these on http://www.greatpaxtonchurchonline.wordpress.com….

Feeling a wee bit down – often do after having had a busy day full of contrasts and hearing one persons story of the early days of bereavement. That is one of the priviledges and challenges of ministry – exposure to a wide variety of emotions and events.

Out in the garden is a huge plant that i thought was a cardoon – but having looked at pictures of it on the internet, it is clearly something else. So, I shall take a picture and give it its own blog to see if anyone can name it…

Hope readers have enjoyed the glorious weather – there is more to come…

May 31, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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