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The Writing on the Wall

I’m writing this from the public library, a grand 19th century French Renaissance-styled building in the middle of the city. As I walked in, I snapped the above photograph – fitting words for a library, I thought, though for a […]

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Aslan in the city

It's interesting to live in a city with a zoo. I hadn't really noticed that until today. It has been a day off school for the kids and another


A letter to a knitter

I wish you could see him. In the flesh preferably so that you could really see his joy. But a photo would do, too, if I knew how


Another Road Story

“Now on that same day, two of them were going to a village called Emmaus.” Another road story. Another reminder that we are a pilgrim people. It feels like


Mary’s Palm Sunday

This wasn't how she had imagined it. She had imagined this day or a day like today. A day of arrival. A procession. Acclaim. He would be welcomed and


The Leaves of Last Year

Let's start with the good news, shall we? The Spouse's PhD is now bound and definitively submitted. He's done. No more edits or corrections or rereads. No more


Sabbath on a Monday

Yesterday was the third Sunday in Lent so I took a photo of a plate of colourful macarons. I'm still living with the practice of the Lenten Photo-a-Day


Walls and Windows

Plum is telling stories. Arms thrown wide, shiny eyes looking to see who will hear and with a loud voice, he calls out. House! Castle! Windows! Birds! Flying! Helicopter!


Lenten Looking

I've been dithering on this one. A couple of friends have suggested participating in an online photo-a-day project during Lent, and I'm not sure what to make of

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Turning Off the Lights

Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. And God saw that the light was good; and God separated the light from the darkness. God


Our Place

Yesterday was pageant day at our church. How can a small Sunday School fill the church with so much excitement? Bouncing sheepy children everywhere. This year, the kids put

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Bringing to Light

“The angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favour with God. And now, you will conceive in your womb and bear a


A Mother’s Poem

Two candles lit on the wreath, and we're half way through Advent. It can be a hard season to get right. There are so many threads to hold


People Look East

“Wondering whether to celebrate the Eucharist ad orientem during Advent.” Facebook reveals strange worries in the hearts of ministers, but this one caught my eye. There's a poetic loveliness


Storytelling Worries

I was on my way to do some storytelling at the primary school today when I ran into a friend, and so we walked together. And we talked



Yesterday, I sat in the pew between my older kids during the Remembrance Sunday service. It was one of the very few Sundays in the year when we


Future Questions and Birthday Presents

I came across a lovely old-fashioned term this week. Hallowtide. Isn't that a nice one? It comes from theOld English word halig, meaning saint, and the word tide,


After a Hard Wednesday in Ottawa

I'd show you my wedding photo if I could, but I'm afraid they are in storage. The Spouse and I were married in Knox Church, Ottawa. Right at


A Difficult Love Story

Sometimes it takes a difficult love story. Sometimes the penny drops when things get a little difficult. Yesterday, we took the kids to a deer park. 55 acres of


The Lion’s Share and Our Daily Bread

“Three times a day he got down on his knees and prayed, giving thanks to his God...” Daniel 6:10 I set up a lovely joke for the Sunday School kids