This blog started out as an adventure to share the things I have experienced in my life journey. I really enjoyed stretching my imagination and realised that I too was being fed. I didn’t plan for my character’s journey to
As you enter the “The Steps to the Castle” it is recommended, if you haven’t done so, to take first “The Journey” as that story continues. The steps will be familiar to some, and unknown to others. Even in the
The voice is coming closer. As the song ends you stare between the trees in anticipation. In the sudden silence, it feels as if creation is awaiting your response. Is it you who is to come up from the wilderness?
You mount Sausage. Mary mounts Heehaw. You move in a different direction to the one you took before. You glance at Mary wanting to ask questions, but the upward ride between trees makes it impossible. Ahead Mary stops and waits.
The sun is shining, the air hot. Perhaps, the turquoise waters of this lake will be warm like the Caribbean Sea? You step on to the veranda to see Mary running across the grass verge. She turns at the sandy
Mary standing beside you reveals your swimming is barely out of the shallows. “Well done. Time for a nice hot cup of tea and lunch.” You stand, shiver, she laughs, takes your hand and leads you ashore. Within seconds the
Seven years, since your last visit! That must have been around the time you chatted to that man who said his friend was Jesus! After that you made a brief foray into a variety of churches, but weren’t attracted to
You hear your name, open your eyes, glimpse the beautiful scenery and receive a cup from Mary. You apologise for sleeping. She smiles, “Hardly surprising with so much to think about. Drink your tea, and then we’ll go for a
A woman is singing in a clear, pure voice. The chair is comfortable, as is the warmth of the sun. You were dreaming about being numbingly cold and realising you couldn’t swim back to shore. Slowly you open your eyes
At your obvious reticence to swim Mary explains, “The water temperature here is determined by your mindset. You expected it to be cold, it was. People’s judgements come from head knowledge which reflects their actions and reactions to life. God