Just back from nearly two weeks on the lovely Hebridean island of Colonsay. I'm reluctant to extol it's virtues too much since I'm not sure that I want too many people to know about it!
One of the many reasons that we have returned so many times is the spending of time doing simple things, like walking, talking, cycling, reading, 'golfing' (you would understand why the quotes if you knew the course), and all in a beautiful setting. OK Hebridean weather can be truly awful but we probably had 50% of the time with lovely clear bright days. And then there was then Folk Festival with truly superb music. One of the performers was Roberto Diana, a humble Sardinian guitarist with extraordinary skill.
Here he is performing on Colonsay's lovely Kiloran beach.
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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