Well we are now into day two of our A - Z challenge and I continue to search fruitlessly for any coherent theme other than what I have been doing, or stuff that just happens to cross my mind. Fortunately for me yesterday was a day full of Bs, there were indeed even a few bees.
We are currently enjoying a funny old spring which seems only natural after a funny old winter. Although very, very wet the winter was also very mild, in consequence a lot of plants are a little further advanced than might otherwise be expected. March and April are usually good months to get a lot of my spring pruning done, but I find I keep looking at plants and thinking "I should have done this a month ago"
I look forward to seeing him covered in flowers and butterflies later in the summer.
Regular readers will know that my faith is an important part of who, and what I am. One of the ways that this manifests itself is every other Tuesday I host and lead a Church Home Group. We meet for mutual support, fellowship and Bible study. This being Lent we are actually meeting every Tuesday and following a course looking at the fruit of the Spirit, last night we were thinking about Kindness and Goodness. Sounds simple, but inevitably it still took us a good couple of hours to come to the conclusion that in order to display the fruit of the spirit we need to be in step with the Spirit and welcome Him into our lives. I always enjoy these evenings as I find that talking about things helps me to know what I do believe, and sometimes to challenge myself and my believes. Hosting the meetings also means that I am forced to clear up and vacuum the place every now and then.
Lorenzo Semple Jr. the writer and creator Batman had died. I should clarify, Semple did not write the original comic book Batman, nor was he responsible for any of the recent crop of films, no what he created was the wonderful, camp TV series of the sixties, complete with the KPOW banners coming up in fight scenes.
Amongst many other worthy productions, such as Papillon, Semple was also responsible for the Flash Gordon screen play, another triumph of camp, this also means that his words are on the best selling album in the UK ~ Queens Greatest Hits!