a break

Mar 30, 2011

Those of you who follow this blog regularly will notice that I haven’t updated for a few days. Writing about leisure last week prompted me to take a few days break from the parish.

These days are providing good rest and good recreation with good company.

The word ‘recreation’ clearly defines the purpose of taking a break. Not a week to blob (or blog) in front of the TV but a time to create anew. That is literally a time for ‘re’ ‘creation’.

Back to it now.

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