Monthly Archives: November 2006

a.m.: Psalm 132 p.m.: Joshua 22:1-9

During his reign, King David looked at his palace and compared it with the tabernacle of the Lord. He considered that God should dwell in a structure more magnificent than his own. Of course, the tabernacle was merely a tent … Continue reading

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Walking, walking walking

Went rambling along the North Downs, starting at Silent Pool, through Shere, down to Albury and back to where we started. It’s been a while since we’d been rambling, and today was perfect. The scenery was magnificent, with leaves in … Continue reading

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Unusual foul

The week has been pretty much going along as usual. There have been a few memorable points though. On Monday evening, Derek scored two goals. On Wednesday, I must’ve witnessed one of the more unusual fouls ever committed in a … Continue reading

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