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Tag Archives: Dads
Many of my readers know that although we are not religious, we often visited The Abbey to light candles for our Dads. There didn’t need to be a special occasion, but over the years it has become a kind of … Continue reading
My Dad would have been 88 today, and after we’d done all our running around, we went into the Abbey to light a candle. The Lady Chapel was empty with just a few candles on the stand, so we were … Continue reading
Hubby and I walked up to The Abbey today to light candles for our Dads. We had intended to go on Remembrance Day but something came up, and then last week we hadn’t wanted to intrude on the service for … Continue reading
I wonder how many people wish they could just hibernate until the festive season is over. Well, it looks like we just did! Hubby and I had a plan this morning to walk up to the Abbey (slowly) to light a candle … Continue reading
According to the met office, we are due to have showers all day today. According to the local forecast, we are due to have sunny spells and cloudy skies. Put the two together and you’ve got sunshine intermixed with rain, … Continue reading
We went up to the Abbey today to light candles for our Dads. There was a service on, and although visitors are welcome to join in (even half way through) we declined as we had Maggie and she tends to … Continue reading
I’m late writing my post today as we’ve had a full day. This morning, we walked down to The Abbey to light a candle for my Dad and one for Hubby’s. We couldn’t get to our usual place as there … Continue reading