|You could be forgiven for thinking that I have reposted|
last week's picture but I haven't as it snowed again.
|Fortunately it was a minor blip|
|Rivers of water running down from our access road area|
|Swiss chard showing signs of recovery in the greenhouse|
|Garlic in our garden|
|Still lots of ice|
“Writing a book is an adventure. To begin with, it is a toy and an amusement; then it becomes a mistress, and then it becomes a master, and then a tyrant. The last phase is that just as you are about to be reconciled to your servitude, you kill the monster, and fling him out to the public.” (Winston Churchill)
and ice sculptures at the side of the road
|Talking of roads, mud soup anyone? You can imagine the|
colour of our car at the moment and the bone jarring rides
with all those potholes.
I have had time to trawl the internet as usual but before I tell you about it, humour me and read this first
Matthew 18:23-31(From the Message version) "The kingdom of God is like a king who decided to square accounts with his servants. As he got under way, one servant was brought before him who had run up a debt of a hundred thousand dollars. He couldn't pay up, so the king ordered the man, along with his wife, children, and goods, to be auctioned off at the slave market.
The poor wretch threw himself at the king's feet and begged, 'Give me a chance and I'll pay it all back.' Touched by his plea, the king let him off, erasing the debt.
The servant was no sooner out of the room when he came upon one of his fellow servants who owed him ten dollars. He seized him by the throat and demanded, 'Pay up. Now!'
The poor wretch threw himself down and begged, 'Give me a chance and I'll pay it all back.' But he wouldn't do it. He had him arrested and put in jail until the debt was paid. When the other servants saw this going on, they were outraged and brought a detailed report to the king.
|I scattered ash across the veg patch next to the orchard to|
encourage the snow to go
|Skiing anyone? Our neighbours only just got the bales of|
hay off with their sleigh in time before the snow started to go