Gillian Waddilove's Blog (3)

Time to just 'be' at Pendle Hill

Time to relax and be is one of the main attractions of life at Pendle Hill. However, I soon became involved in various duties and projects and so have written nothing, and now we have just three weeks left.

The rhythm of life here suits me. Five days a week I lay up breakfast and clear afterwards, usually with the same one or two Friends. William’s regular duties come…

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Added by Gillian Waddilove on 11th mo. 24, 2012 at 7:28pm — No Comments

A second week

It is time to expand on that picture a bit. We will have been here two weeks tomorrow. This week we are fairly busy, involved in the resident students’ orientation week. We started with tea at the Director’s house, which was not the chatty tea party I had been expecting, but was an occasion to share in a deep way, what had been our journey here. Several of the team are fairly new, as well as us and the resident students, so it was helpful to us all to have that sharing time. Today’s…

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Added by Gillian Waddilove on 9th mo. 29, 2012 at 6:53pm — No Comments

A small picture of life in Pendle Hill

We arrived at the end of the day of Staff Retreat in Pendle Hill – so were quickly shown our room, given 10 minutes to spruce up, and taken to Media, the town nearby, for pizza. Then back to our room and to bed by about 8pm here – already 1am in the time zone we’d woken in.

Wednesday and Thursday we were finding our bearings. This place is like Woodbrooke but with some…

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Added by Gillian Waddilove on 9th mo. 17, 2012 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments

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