Category Archives: I Lift Up My Eyes
It was wonderful having my family with me for three whole weeks while we celebrated Roy’s life. And it is impossible not to smile and laugh when the young are around. I’m getting used to being on my own, and have … Continue reading
Posted in I Lift Up My Eyes, Thoughts Tagged blue touch paper, Booksale, cancer, dash of passion, Golden Wedding Anniversary, Hurry, Sussex, truth 3 Comments
Three Things I’m Proud of.
Can’t help feeling proud – my little novella is just out in paperback format. Don’t you just love the cover? Go on – treat yourself! Here’s the link to amazon.uk and amazon.com And my two-volume African saga will soon be complete, with the … Continue reading
Posted in Breath of Africa, Grass Shoots, I Lift Up My Eyes Tagged African saga, hospital, paperback Comments Off on Three Things I’m Proud of.
Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I am joined by fellow Crooked Cat author Jane Bwye. Welcome back Jane! It’s been a few months since your last visit. Tell us what you have been up to since then. Dear Tim…
Posted in Breath of Africa, I Lift Up My Eyes Tagged blogging, Breath of Africa, Crooked Cat, I Lift Up My Eyes, NHS Comments Off on Welcome, Jane
Little More Than a Large Lake
In Galilee, the pure peace and holiness of the Sea and its surroundings permeates the soul. We climb the Mount of the Beatitudes to the Monastery. Stones inscribed with each Beatitude line the walkway between green lawns and gardens overlooking … Continue reading
Posted in I Lift Up My Eyes, Travels Tagged Capernaum, Golan Heights, Mount of the Beatitudes, Sea of Galilee, St. Peter 1 Comment
The Scarlet Thread
It’s my turn, today, to join my fellow Crooked Cat authors in providing an item for our more-than-a-month-long extravaganza of FREE short stories, non- fiction articles and poems. This “Christmas with Crooked Cat” contribution contains experiences in the Holy Land which left … Continue reading
Posted in I Lift Up My Eyes, Travels Tagged Bethlehem, Christian, Church of the Nativity, Damascus, Gethsemane, Holy Land, Israelis, Jerusalem, Jewish, Kidron Valley, Muslim, Palestinians, The Lion Gate, West Bank 3 Comments