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Something completely different

I love reading. My Mum taught me to read with flash cards when I was two. I’ve always read a lot. Since we adopted our children I have continued to read, often as an escape, often revisiting easy reads when things are particularly difficult. 630 more words

Ponderings

Hinds' Feet on High Places

My good old 1980 edition of the New World Dictionary of the American Language defines (in my own paraphrase), “classic:” 1) being a model of its kind, 2) having a balanced, formal, and objective style, 3) well-known, 4) able to last because of its simple style. 472 more words

Stuff

yarn along

It’s back folks.  My knit mania that is.  I have worked on this blanket for years now.  It’s really turning into a beast.  It’s merely a scrap blanket.   105 more words

Knitting

Hinds Feet on High Places: An Allegory by Hannah Hurnard

Page 179

“Love is beautiful, but it is also terrible – terrible in its determination to allow nothing blemished or unworthy to remain in the beloved.

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Poetry

End-of-semester gratitude

My first semester’s finals were yesterday. Oh, i am tired—and so, so grateful.

All last week i had reminders written all over my hands. Not reminders of things i’d need for the tests, but reminders that i would survive the process. 926 more words

It's Deer Season

Yesterday I finished reading the book, Hinds Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard. Written in 1955. Its timeless truth is as relevant today as when it was written. 351 more words

Transformation

Hinds' Feet on High Places

I’ve been doing more reading recently, and one book that I finally got around to reading that I really enjoyed is Hinds’ Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard. 277 more words

Books