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Invicta

Member Since 09 Feb 2008
Offline Last Active Aug 31 2014 02:57 PM
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In Topic: Whats for Supper...

31 August 2014 - 02:57 PM

We went to a Baptist Church in Laon this morning, but the pastor had left yesterday for a funeral in the USA yesterday. A close friend had died and the family had asked him to return and lead the funeral service. Another US pastor working in France came from Metz to take the service here. He and his wife asked us to eat with them which was vey pleasant and we didn.t have to have cup a soup. We did have that later though, with some salad.

In Topic: Uk Folks

31 August 2014 - 02:31 PM

Interesting!

My parent's, as children lived in a really poor part of London. In the 1911 census, my mother aged 2, het 3 year old sister lived with their parents and grandmother in one room. My mum was saved at a nearby Baptist Church. My fatger lived about half a mile away in Bermondsey, in an apartment block built by the Guinness trust, as living accommodation for the poor. My dad was saved at a nearby mission which somebody had started as an outreach to the poor.

In Topic: Whats for Supper...

30 August 2014 - 03:10 PM

Today at lunchtime we went to the cafeteria in the hypermarche of the town we were visiting, Soissons. My wife had a four seasons pizza with aspagus and artichokes, etc. I had a flambee shich is an Alsacienne type of pizza. It has a very thin base, spread with creme fraich, onions, bacon lardons, motzerella. My wife had free green salad with hers and I had free fries with mine.

In Topic: A Recommendation For Mature Christians

28 August 2014 - 12:54 PM

Invicta I hope the water didn't ruin your computer...


It is not working at present. I will have to contact Toshiba when I get home. I took out an extended guarantee, last year when my hard disk ran out and I think it may inclde accidental damages. If ot it should be covered by my house insurance, but they have a hefty excess charge.

In Topic: A Recommendation For Mature Christians

26 August 2014 - 05:00 PM

A Quid is slang for a pound. A pound is worth about 1.5 dollars or so. A penny, plural pence, is 100 th of a pound or about 1.5 cents, or so, although it depends on the exchange rate of the day, or even on the same day. For instance, I am in France at present, and paying in Euros. When I looked at my credit card statement for last at

Thursday, my our the exchange rate for our lunch was 1.24888888 Euros to the pound, but the next day it was 1.247

I am having problems with typing as I spilled a glass of water over the keyboard of my laptop and it isn' working so I am posting on my Galaxy Tab, Which I am not familiar with and keep posting before I have finished typing.
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