Monthly Archives: January 2013

My count – RSPB Big Garden #Birdwatch

So, having told you about this weeks Mistle Thrush, when it came to doing my hour for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, it had vanished completely! Just typical!! Timed from 9.45am on Sun 27th January 2013 in my little suburban … Continue reading

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My love-hate relationship with Starlings #Birdwatch

The reason that this weeks Mistle Thrush has had so much seed to feed on, is because of the Starlings. I know that according to last years RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch suggested that Starlings are among the garden birds most … Continue reading

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Is my Mistle Thrush muddled? #Birdwatch

During the snows of the last week, we’ve had a new visitor to the garden. A Mistle Thrush. I don’t think it arrived just to perform for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, though when I do my hour of recording … Continue reading

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Living Hermeneutically about Homosexuality (thanks to Steve Chalke)

About ten years ago my husband and I were delighted to become Godparents to the child of some old college friends, and co-Godparent with their close friend who happens to be a lesbian Christian.  We had no problem with this, … Continue reading

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Grace at Cuddesdon in the week of Plough Sunday

Last night I said grace at the meal we always share at the start of an Oxford Ministry Course evening. Knowing that some rural communities may well have celebrated Plough Sunday/Monday last week, I was inspired to think about Cuddesdon’s … Continue reading

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