A Day of Rest and Reflection

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Not much to do today so taking a rest. Chilling out watching the Lion King – we’ve not seen it in ages – but it seemed a good time to watch it.
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We have caught up with family too – it was good to see Mel and the cousins this afternoon and to good chat

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We are resolving to make more opportunities to catch up with family and friends. Bex in particular had some excellent quality time with good friends from church.

The morning was spent at St Mary’s where the sermon deliver by Emlyn was right on target and confirmed in us that we were making the right choice. The image of Moses stretching out his staff across the Red Sea and not knowing what was about to happen was very powerful. We had done excellent chats with folk after the service and feel encourage. Thanks to Emma and David; John and Sue; Gill and Rosemary in particular.

For those who remain troubled by our choices we appreciate your care and concern, though we remain resolved.

On the preparation front yesterday we eventually got around to clearing the lounge cupboards – more to dump and sell. Anita is planning an eBay frenzy in coming days as well as using local methods to advertise items.

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Back to work tomorrow – probably a break in blogging for a few days too.

Until next time!

4 responses to “A Day of Rest and Reflection

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  3. remembering these days! Pole sana! Looking forward to welcoming you to your new home! Love from the mongers

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