After everything that’s happened since the move, the only conclusion I can come to is that devious people are the only ones who will ever get justice. Everybody else, including junk like me will only get injustice delivered to us.
Take it as the new gospel. If you are fighting injustice, prepare for nothing to ever go right. Unless you have a big bank account, and/or know the code words to say the right thing when your life is in complete meltdown.
Psalm 94 is a good read to understand some of this. The fact that there is no longer any restraint against evil will hopefully take care of the rest.
Well, a flat, really. Small rooms, but lovely and easy to furnish and live in. I’m looking forward to having no more trip hazards, or indoor steps! Just one small flight to get up to the place, which will be appreciated for exercise, especially when I get restless legs.
There’s a small, contained garden which all four tenants share. Only one or two people at the most keep the garden tidy and the grass cut. The lady I’m swapping with loves my big back garden as she has two dogs, so hopefully, she’ll be as happy to live here as I will, there.
I’m crossing the border from Norfolk to Suffolk, but that’s hardly a change, as some of the area I’m moving to still has Norfolk addresses. I wonder if it’s one o’them towns where I could cross the border either way and not know it! I would definitely find that funny.
Oh yeah 🙂 There’s a Baptist church in the High Street, so I’ll be hopefully looking in there on Sunday. Better find out their service times, aye 😀
So thank you, Norfolk for giving me and mine a place to live since 1974. I’ll be back, don’t you worry. There are too many places I love to leave them forever.
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