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... assures us that next week we will be able to watch the construction of a life sized model elephant in celebration of the Commonwealth Games. The afternoon is too warm and drowsy and we are too contentedy full to be motivated to try to figure out why this should be.
The whole park has become a home for large scale public art and sculpture since the house was built. Some of it is a bit esoteric - we are not clear whether some ...
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The Old Operating Theatre and Herb Garret:
The patients were mainly poor people who were expected to contribute to their care if they could afford it. Rich ...
... broken, which was a bit sad, but I enjoyed the rest of the display, and the remainder of the Museum, which was jam-packed with interested and involved kids of all ages playing with the various exhibits. There were enough that one didn't have to wait to see anything, so we could play to our own hearts' content as well. Gray was especially happy to spend some quality time with a robotic hand.
I was keen on the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, ...
... and farming land. Inside it is wonderfully decorated - like a lavish family home - ornate but homely as well.
The central hall is three storeys high, and has a collection of 1500 guns on display. Not my idea of decorative style, but the rest of the place is ...
... it. they are here: http://bridging-the-gap.org/aboutus.htm l It is a tremendously inspiring place.
On Saturday we held our closing pilgrimage session there. We spent some time in our discussion groups, giving thanks for each other's trust and gifts, and then came together for worship and communion. I found myself crying, as I sometimes do, over the question of identity: who God sees, what is mine to be and to do in ...