Tomorrow is Pentecost. Since the beginning of December Christians have reflected on the first and second comings of Jesus, of the humility of his life and the triumph of his death and death and resurrection. After Pentecost the remainder of the Church year is spent in what is termed Ordinary Time. It may seem that …
Saw these on social media yesterday, put our leftover buns in the freezer and bought a dozen of these sourdough hot cross buns from Metro Bakery Café. Not a scintilla of regret. I know what I’ll be buying next year.
Part of Christmas Day involves a late lunch that induces a sleep afterwards, which makes the evening meal (after an early evening walk around the Blue Lake) the dessert you couldn’t eat at lunchtime. With coffee. And no pudding.
The Mount Gambier Presbyterian carols and readings have been sung and read for 2020, so now we can relax, watch how the tv carols is going and enjoy a light supper. Back to church in ten and a half hours or so.