When we have been away for a long while
there can be something comforting in the words "let's go home".
It is good to get away, but good to get back to our village and home,
after all, it is our place, the place where we can be most relaxed with
ourselves, surrounded by friendly familiar faces and objects and if
home is emptier than it once was, we have our memories to enjoy.
Sometimes the ordinariness of our day-today lives seems monotonous,
It is only when we come back home after a break that we realise home
is the best place to be.
Written by Sheila
May the Lord deal kindly with you:
the Lord grant that you may find your home.
Ruth 1: 8 - 9
Sheila Margaret Cowlin
1932 - 2020
Interment at St Johns Church