I’ve just seen this advert for Mothering Sunday, or Mother’s Day as it seems to be becoming, in homage to our American cousins. Anyway, this advert was letting us all know that the perfect gift for mum on the big day is no longer flowers or chocolates, but a nice bottle of Prosecco. Apparently it’s what all the moms want these days: to get drunk and pass out on Sunday afternoon. The idea of ladies who like a tipple is not new. The prophet Amos saw it in the town of Bashan. He wasn’t too complimentary about these ladies who … Continue reading Mums love Prosecco?
Prince Phillip is known for not always being politically correct. He once said, “If a man opens the car door for his wife it is either a new car or a new wife.” The sad reality is that there’s some truth in that. The first flush of romance in a relationship can fade pretty quickly. I was looking at divorce rates in the UK. The headline figure stands at around 42%. You can read more info here. But essentially if you last the first ten years, you’re in with a good chance of staying the course. Some marriages look dodgy … Continue reading How messed up is too messed up?
Katy’s grandma was bombed during the Second World War. Her mum was a small child & both mum & grandma hid under the dining table while the rubble fell around them. Grandma vowed never to like the Germans and she … Continue reading A reluctant hero
Have you ever tried to fix something but ended up making the situation a whole lot worse? Me and DIY don’t go together so well. I had a stain once on my coffee table. I tried using the sanding tool on my electric drill to smooth it off. That’s when I realised it was veneered. I ended up having to chuck out the whole coffee table. What was once a beautiful table ended up as junk at the recycling centre. King David has a ‘coffee table’ situation. David is the youngest son of Jesse, a sheep farmer from the village … Continue reading A man after God’s own heart