Day1 From England to France with window shopping in Dieppe and a quiet moment.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God…

And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, ( and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

John 1:1,14
Into the open front end of the Seven Sisters Ferry
Leaving port.
Newhaven’s shore line from the Ferry outside balcony.
The Cliffs from the Newhaven side. The same White Cliffs we saw from my blog on Brighton Marina. Lovely to see them again so soon.

It is one of those childhood things window shopping! We enjoyed it and the anticipation and saving that went into seeing then getting not exactly what we saw but something similar in design usually second hand was marvelous! We very rarely wished for and got. Particularly when setting up home as a newly married couple we very rarely bought new things. Second hand items chosen in the early years have become well loved items in our family home. Every now and then, like as seen in these few recorded moments I experience window shopping in a curious whimsical way. Enjoying what there is to see purely for that. It is what it is.

It is a moment like this when the ship sails into the blue of home that my heart aches a little but not enough to stop the adventure.

What speech is to thought, so is Christ to the invisible Father. He is the manifestation of the Father, and is called the Word of God. God sent His son into the world, His divinity clothed with humanity, that man might bear the image of the invisible God. Divinity flashed through humanity in softening, subduing light. He was the embodiment of the law of God, which is the transcript of His character.

EG White MS 77, 1899

2 thoughts on “Day1 From England to France with window shopping in Dieppe and a quiet moment.

  1. French food; french fashion. Oo la la. Enjoy. Are those what are known as the white cliffs of Dover? Keep safe. xx

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