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Blog by Joel Pridmore Whatever our political views or opinions on military action, today we share in the opportunity to remember those who have paid the highest price during military conflicts in order for us to live in such relative freedom. Our culture may have its flaws, but we do […]

Remember The Cost of Freedom



Blog by Joel Pridmore You might think that with the word sty in the title, I am about to talk about pigs, but this is a different type of sty. I’ve had a sty (small lump caused by infection) in my left eyelid. It is not particularly painful – it […]

I Sty With My Little Eye




Blog by Joel Pridmore My iPhone 5c finally bit the dust this week… it had been slowly deteriorating but by Wednesday, I could no longer even switch it on – RIP to the trusty 5C! I found myself unable to contact people whilst out and about… something we are not […]

PHONO


Blog by Joel Pridmore I recently purchased a new laptop and employed someone to transfer my profile and information onto it from my old one. Everything was transferred before we ran into a problem. Some corruption in the migration process, meant that the new computer would not accept my password. […]

New Profile



Testimony blog by Diana Zwiggelaar Last Saturday I went to a work outing and since there were several birthdays we ended up singing a number of “Happy Birthdays”. To my horror I realised that my voice was failing me, and I was not able to reach the notes I should… […]

HIGH NOTES


Blog by Joel Pridmore It’s Monday evening and I am sat in the waiting room at Bronglais A&E. it’s nearly 9pm and it’s the busiest I’ve ever seen it here. I arrived an hour ago and only one person has been seen in that time. I’m aware this is going […]

Patient Patient


Blog by Joel Pridmore Last week I lost sense. I had a cold and was cleaning up after painting, when I suddenly realised I couldn’t smell the paint thinner! The overpowering smell of white spirits was totally non-existent – even when I senselessly stuck my nose in to take a […]

SENSELESS