Monthly Archives: April 2010

Est. 1312

Last night I was in Troon retrieving the missing half of my family as they disembarked a ferry from Larne, Ireland. They landed at Belfast in the morning and spent the day with my Auntie. Apparently flights to Glasgow remain … Continue reading

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Thank You Again

There’s a story in the bible in the book of Luke 19:11-19 about ten men who suffered from a rare skin disorder called leprosy. Because of their disease they were forced to live alone in the countryside. Naturally, their situation … Continue reading

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High Performance

“Clean lines, elegant fixtures, strong enough for an entire load, and best of all, it folds like a dove closing its wings.” There was an elegant model gracing the images on the telly, dressed in white with a perfect tan, … Continue reading

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Possession

Possession of this book is not enough. It actually says that on the first page of one of my practice books. Aspiring musicians nurture a vain hope that there is an alternative to actually practicing their instrument. “Perhaps there’s a … Continue reading

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Permanent Vacation

At what point does a holiday turn sour? Of course there are a number of things that can go wrong on a vacation: break downs, injuries, bad weather, etc. But, at least you know it will come to an end. … Continue reading

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Back Next Week

I will begin posting again next Wednesday 21 April.

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Resurrection Prayer

Almighty God, through the rising of your Son from the grave, you broke the power of death and condemned death itself to die. As we celebrate this triumph may we also make it a model for our living. Help us … Continue reading

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A Little Flute Music

Check out this link to our church website. Cadzow Parish Church. Click on the “Flute Duo and Mozart” tab. This picture is one of me and my flute instructor, Shona Brown. It was taken, and the music recorded at our … Continue reading

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Update from the Rector

Got these words from the Rector at the Episcopal Church regarding the “Baptismal Liturgy” post of two days ago. Thought you’d enjoy learning a bit more about our Episcopal brethren… The Scottish Episcopal Church is part of the world wide … Continue reading

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DJ

“If it’s too loud, you’re too old,” or so the saying goes. I like loud music as much as the next guy. There are some songs that just sound better when they’re loud, when you can feel the bass bumping … Continue reading

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