My literary output has been curtained by eleven/twelve days of food-poisoning. Such a waste of time and effort. It meant the cancellation of two writing days, one here in Carlisle and one in Cockermouth. So my news is minimal but here is some wisdom – not mine; I’m wisdomless at the moment.
Joel Edwards said – ‘Christian discipleship is not an absorbing hobby but a life-impacting truth.’
And some thoughts on aging (of which I’ve done a bit these two weeks!)
‘Youth would be an ideal state if it came later in life.’
Lucille Ball said ‘The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly and lie about your age.’
Doris Day commented – ‘The really frightening thing about middle age is that you know you’ll grow out of it.’
Carol, the returned