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... busker, lots of people enjoying the space- in her view, a perfect combination. Inside, there was an even longer queue .We are soon in to see the Baths built by the Romans in the first Century and modified throughout time. They have been built on the only thermal area in Britain. Warm water (46 degrees Celsius) wells up from underground at a rate of 13 litres per second and the Romans built a series of buildings around the spring to honour the local deity attributed ...
... beauty and history. No trains or tubes, so my poor little left brain gets a
That will end next week however, when I go to a seaside
village near Dublin for 9 days. My friends Lan and Muriel did a housing
exchange recently and so had a contact for me there. I am so grateful though,
that Rosemary has offered her place as my center in the UK, and I can leave ...
... sounds British. .
Rosemary is a vicar’s widow, and is very involved in the village
Anglican church. We have interesting conversations about religion and the gay
issue. There are two gay couples living nearby, one of which attended the
service on Sunday. It is hard for her to imagine the kind of fundamentalism I came
out of, and the ways that issue is handled in ...
... plenty of time, and good thing
too, as I had an almond butter blow out in my lunch bag. You remember the
diaper blowouts, parents….the same consistency and spreading tendency. A
methodical cleaning at the train station and I was still on time. At stairwells
I just stopped and gracefully asked the next able bodied man stepping by to
help. No more haggard, sweaty martyrdom!
... we follow in the footsteps of our forebears and their desire to come together in church worship. I offer a silent thanks to their devotion because these ancient footpaths that we now enjoy have been created through their efforts to reach a church. It is easy to imagine that these footpaths would have been the busiest routes across the country 1,000 years ago and yet today they are almost deserted, as are these village churches. And the names ...