Photographic Journal: March

Coffee break Winding roads Lone barn Negative space Prayer Birds Journalling Rare empty desk Fabulous book Steady growth Whiston Working day Yearning for Japan Spring is in the air Window light Serenity of swans Mandarin duck encounter Daffodils Tree cathedral Blooming blossom Anniversary potatoes Rectory garden Bloom Feeding time... Brave soul Sunset Blossom in the... Continue Reading →

You can never have too many books

#634 As my stack of recommended books gets slightly out of control, I wonder whether it might be possible to have too many books...and yet Terry Waite's Taken on Trust has convinced me otherwise as he recounts his #desperation to read during his time as a hostage. In books there is #escapism, #knowledge and #story, all of... Continue Reading →

Winter travel

#494 #suitcaseproblems - travelling in winter can make it hard to choose when packing...although I seem to have more books than anything! #materialism #strugglingtochoose -Jesus encouraged the disciples to take nothing as they travelled...that seems impossible!! #packingforanadventure #veryexcited

Wisdom of literature 

#361 #literature continues to give knowledge to all who willingly seek. There are so many lessons to be learned, so much wisdom from people and times gone by who we think would know nothing of our contemporary struggles. #books are a gift to be cherished, however old or new...

Out with the old?

#328 Books or e-book? I've been writing an assignment this week and some of the books I've needed have been on my kindle. This has been sort of handy, as you can highlight and make notes which don't have to be there for ever. At the same time my memory is so much better when... Continue Reading →

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