She recalls an older woman participating in a course based on the book who said delightedly
, after being introduced to Celtic spirituality and the place of the natural world in prayer: "Oh, I didn't know that was prayer--I do have a spiritual practice after all
anticipating a feast, they follow a garbage truck, but are driven to take refuge in a tree, seemingly thwarted by a pack of dogs.
When we asked him to design a few drinks for what he delightedly
called "the Jewish drinking holiday," he jumped into the task, reading up on the festival and asking Jewish friends to help.
Clare's tale, both past and present, is thoroughly engaging and will leave readers delightedly
anticipating the next two volumes in the series.
All that useless Britvic NPD stock," he exclaimed delightedly
At that point, I was chuckling delightedly
The Emirates National Oil Company and the Emirates Petroleum Products Company, better known to us all as ENOC/EPPCO, or the ENOC Group, are facing a deadline to get their forecourts pumping fuel or face closure, according to today's papers who all delightedly
slapped the news on their front pages.
And last night her family were delightedly
celebrating Amy's triumph.
This culminated in a Champagne reception on stage where Simon made his dramatic proposal, which Hannah delightedly
SELLY Oak based lettings agent Bob Larbey is, obviously, delightedly
aware that a luxurious city apartment is many a busy professional's dream home.
Asenjo proved to be Valladolid's best player, making a series of saves from Henry before sub Alexander Hleb's pass left the keeper stranded for the Frenchman to hammer delightedly
into the roof of the net from close range with seven minutes to go.
Each year the two would meet at a farmhouse between her convent and his monastery and spend the day delightedly
speaking of God.
Gordon Brown, after that initial flirtation with prudence went out and he spent far more than he ever raised in stealth taxes, or, more to the point, the shower of gold that cascaded into his coffers through the decade of unbroken economic growth, for which he delightedly
claims the credit.
shaved off the beard he grew to play Seurat in the celebrated Menier Chocolate Factory production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's musical, Evans has had to regrow it to play Verlaine, the Gallic poet in Christopher Hampton's "Total Eclipse.
Arriving in Los Angeles, Neddie enjoys exploring its wonders, from eating in "The Hat" to the La Brea Tar Pits (which of course translates to "the the tar tar pits," as Neddie delightedly
points out), and he enrolls in the same military school as Seamus, filled with the sons of movie stars and producers and also a nasty bully.