Last night there was a twilight lantern walk around Willen Lake in Milton Keynes. This was organised by Willen Hospice as a fundraiser and as a way of celebrating the life of those lost to cancer in 2017. With two friends (Pete and Rachel) having passed away this year it was an excellent way to … Continue reading Willen Walk
We have returned. After three years we are back in MK. It seems like a lifetime and yet it seems like yesterday. We never imagined we would be back here on any permanent basis but here we are. God has a sense of humour.Anita starts work on Tuesday back at her old place of work … Continue reading Full Circle!
It seems hard to believe that I have been back in the U.K. for two months. I arrived on the day they called an election, which has now passed. I arrived just after Easter and now the summer Hilidays are fast approaching. Today at my school in Tanzania they will hold Prize Night that end … Continue reading Sands of Time
We left Tanzania on the 2nd April, for a family holiday in Kenya. I would not return again. When I eventually returned to the UK for treatment on the 18th April I came with a small bag of holiday clothes totally unsuited for the British Spring. I was able to add a small number of … Continue reading Just In Case
It would be fair to say that life is becoming routine. Six weeks after my return to England and three weeks after I was released from hospital there is a new equilibrium. Life has changed do much in the past month and as the tornado disperses I am now finding myself in a calmer place … Continue reading Doldrums
This morning I had the opportunity to attend my church of 26 years St Mary's Bletchley. It was great to be back at a service. I had been there on Friday for Rachel's thanksgiving service, but this was a chance to attend a regular service. As with so much of my weekend it was a … Continue reading Fellowship