FMF: Guess

Please forgive me for a not-so-edifying ramble. When I first read Kate’s post for this week’s prompt, ‘Guess’, I fully identified with her reflection on asking the Lord for direction and not being able to see His answers. Her comparison with that discerning to feel a bit like guess-work. I thought that her blog was […]

FMF: writing prompt: Stir

This post is written to link with Five Minute Friday: write for five minutes on a one-word prompt. The prompt for today is “stir.” Go. Thinking of ‘stir’, all I could think of was making my thick soups (sloups), custard and Béchamel sauce – stuff that if you stir it well, becomes smooth and creamy, […]

May ‘Thank-You’

May Thanksgiving for Answered Prayer and Protection. Then as He entered a certain village, there met Him ten men who were lepers, who stood afar off. And they lifted up their voices and said, “Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!” So when He saw them, He said to them, “Go, show yourselves to the priests.” […]

D is for anger

FMF writing Challenge. Prompt word – Danger D is for Anger Arriving home from a wonderfully blessed and inspiring ACW conference, I saw the Five-Minute-Friday writing prompt word – Danger. The word felt uninviting, until ‘D is for anger’ fell into my brain. I will explore that. 20:52 – Go! “There is absolutely no point […]


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I am Dawn. Writer and author of ‘Lost Down Memory Lane – Caring for Alzheimer’s’. I trained as an Early Years Specialist and worked as an early-years teacher in London for 15 years. I have two grown up sons and two beautiful grandchildren. I love Jesus and am passionate about community, justice, equality and supporting people to live the best version of themselves.

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