Sunday, 4 September 2011

Afternoon Tea At Vigo

HELLO my blog friends. Oh no!!! I am behind again with my posts but I am planning to catch up. I have worked on posts already so another one should be up tomorrow. Thank you all for being patient and for continuing to read my blog.

WEDNESDAY 13 JULY - TUESDAY 26 JULY




Saw this at a friends house and thought it strange but funny at the same time. I am sure this was meant to be humorous. I hope so anyway lol!

Another of those saying which are scattered all around town. Lovely.

I sat for a while looking out side the window from the house just watching the world go by. It was a rainy day and so there wasn't much activity outside but it was still lovely to just sit and gaze outside.

A craving for these donuts hit me. As you probably know by now once I get a craving I am rarely able to resist. These go down well with a cup of tea.

This was the teaching at church. I am significant. God has made me worthy.

Earlier on in the year I was asked to give a small talk to one of the classes at one of the local schools. It was a pleasant surprise to get this invitation in the post. I hope I am asked to give another small talk next time :)

Nice. A handbag this big would be wonderful if only it could be portable. All my stuff would fit in nicely. Maybe I should 'borrow' this one and give it a trial ha!

Visited Birmingham and it was my first time there. I found it a very interesting city and way bigger than I anticipated.

Awwwww! Sunflowers are so pretty. They remind me of sunshine, happiness and laughter. They also bring memories of the sunflowers that my grandparents used to grow and we would help to pick them up.

Friday 22 July at the O2 in London. I had the privilege of attending the Hillsong Conference. It was packed, the praise and worship was wow and the preaching great. I didn't want it to end.

Last day of the conference. I think this was Bishop TD Jakes preaching - he was on fire. I left my camera at home and had to rely on my phone to take pictures - not good.

After the awesome time at the Hillsong Conference it was time to say good-bye to my friend Achel who had invited me to the conference. She was flying back to Norway.

This was one delicious lunch. The Spurs ribs are yummy and are one of the best.  Give me Spurs ribs anytime.

Isn't it said that one is as old as they feel? Well, this is what Pam Gidney seems to be saying here. And yes I agree life is unending - we as children of God shall be with Him forever and ever.

3 comments:

  1. HIllsong Conference? Jealous much! I still want to watch Bishop T.D. Jakes preach live too...
    And I love the last engraved quote :)
    Welcome back.
    - LDP

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  2. Thank you LDP. Bishop Jakes is an awesome preacher and has a good sense of humor.
    I am hoping to be more constant with my posts - I will try. I have so much to write other than the Pearly Delights but... we'll see.

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  3. I'm still loving your Pearly Delights series. I can't believe you still have new stuff to post about. I love that prayer tent, we've all got so many questions don't we? *sigh*

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