Anfield Road

I surprised my friend Laura with tickets to go and see Liverpool FC play at Anfield for her birthday on Sunday. The game was against Bayer Leverkusen and we won 3 – 1. It was a great day out.

Laura and I before the game started..

Seats and a flag..

Girl with her Liverpool flag

This cute kid popped his head up in this shot..

Gerrard who?? – We just scored thanks to Lucas!!

Me by the You’ll Never Walk Alone gates.

Laura by the gates..

Hartland [part three]

More pictures from my Hartland May.

Abbey window.
Yorkshire Terrier..

Summer house.
Blackpool Mill Cottage

Adventures with William [Part One]

I went climbing with my dad, his friend John and his little boy William. It was so good to go rock climbing again. It was a fun filled afternoon. Felt like a little kid again.

Walking up the track

“Roger, Roger”

Dry stone walls and Foxgloves..
Which style to choose??
William on the bridge.
William’s den.

So it comes but once every four years XXVIIII

So today is the 29th February…wow well life looks pretty different now to where I was this time four years ago. I was in the middle of an amazing year at bible college. I made some life long friends.
God has done so much in my life since then…now I’m studying History and English. (This is the girl who always said she’d never go to uni – be careful what you set in stone cos God sometimes has other ideas.)…The journey so isn’t finished yet.

So I thought I’d post up another picture.

The garden of dreams..

Tree lined valley

Tree lined valley

This was taken last October when my dad and sister visited me. We went for a walk in the beautiful Heddon valley in Devon.

Brothers in arms

Standing to attention
Wondering if this will be the last night.
Looking at the stars high above

When overhead the guns fire
Like firecrackers
Spiting out the noise of sorrow

A place where home seems a million
Light years away, like an impossible dream
But they go down together till the end

Thinking of the green fields
Of little old England
Where together they will forever be,

Brothers in arms.

By Carole Farish