Sunday, May 12, 2019

Diary w/e May 11

Sun 5 May
Chis Roberts had over 20 at adult Sunday School for the second in his excellent series on How to read the Bible. Paul Levy outstanding in the morning on feeding the 5000 and walking on the water. Met David a Polish chef and keen Christian. Chris Roberts in the evening spoke on children being royalty from Proverbs - original and excellent.

Mon 6 May
A Bank Holiday too cold to sit outside at 12C. Not fit enough to goon the church walk.

Tues 7 May
Led U3A World Religions on marriage customs. Very lively discussion on the history of marriage law in England and Wales.

Wed 8 May
Hosted U3A History group on Spain and the Thirty Years War - the ruin of Spain as a world power.

Thur 9
72 times over 10 minutes calling the GP's surgery before I got through. Given an appointment and only had to wait 10 minutes for Dr Patel who prescribed for infected dermatitis behind my ears. The pharmacy cannot get supplies of Daktacort cream. Supply problems have become far worse since I retired seven years ago. Lunch with the big Littles at Franky and Benny's Ruislip. Grass cut.

Fri 10
Judy took Seaber's and I to Kingston Korean Church for funeral of Kim who founded our Korean IPC. Packed church - 300+. Beautiful bilingual srvice. Mark Harvey's sermon would I think have gone over the heads of many. 100= at Kingston Cemetery and 30+ at Kim's daughter's home in Epsom for the wake.

Sat 11
Packed then Katy drove to Poulton Farm, on the south bank of the Severn, our friend's farm holiday cottage, a barn conversion. Joined by the Braithwates. I was very tired and slept after dinner while they walked. No wifi.

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