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Waking me up

Despite spending two nights in a house with a seven month old baby, she wasn’t the worst culprit for waking me up over this festive season. In fact she seems to be getting the hang of the sleeping thing remarkably … Continue reading

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Sharing the joy

I met some good friends’ new baby on Friday and had lots of lovely cuddles.  She is beautiful, and they liked the crochet bunny I had made.  So far these friends have shared very little about their little girl on … Continue reading

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Letting it go

I heard on the radio yesterday that my place of work is one of the institutions considered by the Universities Union’s report to be the most at risk of financial closure.  Not a nice start to the morning, although when I got … Continue reading

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Having a blitz

There’s a challenging quote from John Piper that one of my friends posted recently on Facebook: One of the great uses of Twitter and Facebook will be to prove at the Last Day that prayerlessness was not from lack of … Continue reading

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