SUNDAYS @ TRINITY - Come and join us this Sunday at 11.30 am for Morning Worship as Philip Boyd leads us in our new series for the summer "Tales of the Unexpected". This week we will be looking at Luke 8: 4-15 “The Sower” #TalesOfTheUnexpected#TheSower
#TalesOfTheUnexpected with #AmandaSeyfried: #PORTERedit’s Cover story fir this week’s issue features the beautiful actress wearing the season’s dark and dramatic evening wear
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Photographed by @wardivanrafik
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An old favorite book, a new favorite book, a nearby coffee haunt.
I first read Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected as a child when it was mishelved in juvenile fiction. It is..... not juvenile fiction. Dahl has a hellishly good knack for endings. His ability to write grotesque descriptions is matched by a cleverness in the characters--sometimes a misled or misplaced cleverness--that redeems them in a way reminiscent of Anderson's grotesques or Bierce's unrepentant narrators.
This time last week I visited the most unusual toilets and the most indiscreet toilets I had ever been in .
These in the pic were in Bayeaux just across the road from the tapestry museum.
Each person has his own little toilet here quite decent etc , however at one of the fleas on Sunday it was everyman for himself and anything went it seemed.
I mean I'm ok with unisex toilets but the que was very long and there was only two cubicles so one guys jumped the que and in front of all and sundry stood over the urinal without batting an eyelid 🤣.