Last night I met with eight other friends for our weekly home-group. The church I am a part of has about ten home-groups meeting weekly. Mine is a wonderful eclectic mix of people of all ages and backgrounds. We meet to pray, discuss the Bible, natter about each other's lives and generally catch up.
One of our group is a lecturer in dentistry. She hails from Egypt and has been following events there very closely. Last week she went to London to protest outside the Egyptian embassy about President Mubarak. Within 90 minutes of her arrival the president resigned! Now that is a result.
We wondered where else we mind send her. With influence like that she's worth keeping close to!
BTW she blogs here.
No, not that side! But thank God got through surgery ok yesterday. And thanks to all for love support and prayer.
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