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sigh oh sigh

as I allude to in the story/article we now anticipate, it is impossible to say much bad about where we are now. It’s nice. It’s really nice. 18 more words


This Rotten Edifice

This Rotten Edifice

I see the rotten edifice we have constructed, and I weep.

I see people labouring to buy things under the misapprehension it will make them happy. 210 more words



I’m so excite… I have just seen that the author C.J. Sansom is publishing Lamentation,  the next in his series of novels about Shardlake, the Tudor detective. 475 more words


Misery Explained

Aging: This form of suffering has the characteristic of deterioration of the bodily organs and faculties. 258 more words


TBR Thursday 40...

Episode 40

I’m thrilled to say the TBR has dropped to an almost bearable 106 – due in part to some brutal weeding out of books that have been languishing there for so long I can no longer remember why I wanted to read them in the first place. 1,063 more words

Book Review

transformed by renewing my mind_day 14

I keep praying for transformation. Somehow, it keeps eluding me. I know that God is for me. I truly know it. Yet this sadness remains. I just don’t understand what’s going on? 131 more words


five minute friday_care_day 10

Do you care that my life has taken a turn for the ordinary? Do you care that I can’t seem to find you anywhere I look? 122 more words