First of all it’s been a really difficult day with the murder of a local MP. So sad and unnecessary. Praying for peace.
Looking back it was lovely to spend a few hours walking from Cromer to Overstrand last Friday, paddle in the sea and read. I even did a bit of rock pooling!
Back to work last Monday. It’s been a busy week workwise but I did have the chance to bike into town a couple of times for meetings. It was lovely to ride down the seafront one day.
I had a bit of a challenge with getting my catheters while away but got them eventually. Yesterday I had my first ever endoscopy. It went pretty well but I need further tests and at least a year to wait for an op.
Life is a gift, which the horrible murder of Sir David Amess, shows is very fragile. Going into Hospital also brings out that our health and our existence is vulnerable.
For many Christians around the world life is always very much on the edge. They can be attacked at any time. Unprovoked. We can make a difference though.
Thanks for your interest. Thanks to a supporter the total raised for 60@60 has reached £7 000. So encouraging.