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... but I suspect if it is an Abbey then it would date back possibly to Saxon times in earlier forms. This is another grand Cathedral lost in the Reformation and requesting a £2.50 donation. A glimpse from the foyer is enough to reveal it as serious big religious OS and the money better spent elsewhere. The Passenger, exhausted from the 2.5 hour car trip sat in the square to regain strength to line up for the Roman Baths. She was intrigued with the ambiance of the space- OS , ...
I have felt included in so many ways during my stay, meeting
her friends, and participating in her regular activities. That sense of
belonging and community, even if it must shift again and again as I travel, is
vital to my well-being. And as though that weren’t enough, almost every day she
pops me in the car to take me to yet another site which is saturated ...
... I find the
matter-of-factness in this small community refreshing. Not that gay people have
had it easy here. The movie I mentioned earlier which her son Matthew directed,
Pride, is now out in the States. SO worth seeing, not only for the upliftment,
but also for the educational factor. Interestingly the locals here have more of
a reaction to the politics in the ...
... coming back now.
Another shift took place just before I left London.
Conversations with friends helped me relax into divine provision, as I was
feeling a financial and logistical burden. I was able to move easily through
the many steps of trains and cabs with all my luggage. I made a decision not to
struggle, and the phrase “I ask for assistance in thriving while traveling”
(from my friend Raven), was a useful focus. I ...
... oven right now, and the Lemon Drizzle Cake is for dessert.
Farleigh Hungerford Castle was on our circuitous route, so we had a good long walk around its ruins. Sir Thomas Hungerford was the first recorded Speaker of the Parliament of England, and he built this castle, as a sign of his prestige, between 1377-1883. It was all very peaceful in the soft sunshine and there is no trace of yesterday's pollution.