Traveling through London on a rainy, rainy day. Traffic was backed up in every direction, and all we could do was drop back in our seats on the bus and enjoy being together as we went to Oxford.
“Please, Aslan,” said Lucy. “Before we go, will you tell us when we can come back to Narnia again? Please. And oh, do, do, do make it soon.” “Dearest,” said Aslan very gently, “you and your brother will never come back to Narnia.” “Oh, Aslan!” said Edmund and Lucy both together in despairing voices. “You [...]
This carving or artwork is located on the front corner of St. Paul's Catheral in London. It is above and to the left of the stairs that Princess Diana walked up on her way to marry Prince Charles, and is also to the side of the Sovereign's door, which is the only entrance that the [...]
Last Saturday afternoon before the sun set completely, Cocoa and I drove up to Lake Allatoona. I wanted to get away for awhile and think. She just wanted to get away! It is always nice to go for a short drive, listen to music, and be with friends. While it was brrrrrrrr cold beside the [...]
A new blue-eyed addtion to Cocoa's world will be joining us soon. Right now, we are thinking about naming him, Cocoa's Chocolate Chip of Pretty Hill. But Cocoa will call him Chip. He's only four weeks old.
Since tomorrow is Sunday, I thought it would be nice to post a photo of C. S. Lewis' church, which is located not too far from the Kilns. I was with two friends on the day that I took this photo. It was damp but not really raining. While visited his grave, we heard organ [...]
A photo of a beautiful rose—taken on a rainy day. Hope it brings a smile to your heart and helps you remember a wonderful moment in your own life.
This is the view from C. S. Lewis' bedroom window on the second floor of the Kilns. Writers are always trying to "figure out" how other writers come up with ideas for books and things. I confess that as I took this snap shot, I wondered if Lewis ever thought of Lucy, Prince Caspain, Aslan, [...]