It has been way too long since I have been here!
It has been a busy past couple of months as preparations continued for my daughter Natalie's wedding to James. They were married on April 10th and it was a wonderful wedding and a beautiful sunny day! So blessed as April here in England can be a showery wet month! I will be posting photos of the wedding day real soon!
I am recovering from a viral illnes stemming from my asthma and allergies. Yes, with that beautiful weather comes the downside for me-pollen!! I actually lost my voice for a few days and felt unwell. My voice now coming back,well somewhat and I am feeling a little better!
I thought that I would share a few quotes and photos today and get back slowly into blogging again.
Here are two photos: One of Woodstock, a picturesque village where Winston Churchill is buried. I love going for a cream tea here and I am posting a photo of me having a cream tea! Yummy!! All photos taken this month.
Try being a guardian angel to someone else today. You may find the blessings you receive are as great as the ones you give.
True friendship is a knot that angel hands have tied.
A Photo of me at a restaurant called the Crazy Bear at Stadhampton in Oxford. Wonderful food and wonderful scenery!
There will be peace in the world so far as there is righteousness in the heart. John Stiller
Do not have your concert first and tune your instruments afterward.Begin your day with God. James Tayl0r
More photos of the restaurant
I would rather work with God in the dark than go alone in the light. Mary Brainard
Worry does not empty today of its sorrow:it empties today of its strength. Corrie Ten Boom
If you are not satisfied with little,you will not be satisfied with much. Anonymous
Photos of the tearoom
Take care not to burden your day with more than its share. Mrs Gilbert-Ann Taylor
How often we look upon God as our last and feeblest resource! We go to Him because we have nowhere else to go and then we learn that the storms of life have driven us,not upon the rocks but into the desired haven. George MacDonald
Photos of ducks at the reservoir and the setting sun shimmering on the water.