Evening Worship


A Sunday night quickie. I’ve had this sitting around since October and somehow forgot to post it – seems we’re a little late to the church!

With it being that time of year, I thought I’d throw it in now, and, as a bonus, go from spring-like bloom to the cloak of a silent night – no snow yet, it seems… but that’s the story of my life. I’m always a sucker for the transformative effect of some simple overlays – Photoshop for the win, as they say.


There’s still something special lingering about these Sundays in the run up to Christmas, perhaps the only time of the year the Sunday feeling is welcome. It was when the excitement went up a notch, with school almost over and the tree starting to go up – always a momentous occasion, as I’ve touched on before. If Christmas festivity is akin to the stages of grief – and how jolly romantic an analogy that is – I certainly make progress at this point.

Traditions being what they are, I’ll be doing the tree this evening, so I’d best be off to the cupboard and see what’s there to dust off and untangle. Have a peaceful night!

  1. Wow, there’s such tranquility in these drawing Jacob, lovely stuff, and very welcome at this time of year!

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    • Jacob said:

      Ah, glad to have brought some tranquility – few places do it better than the British countryside! Thanks so much Phil.

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  2. itsmyhusbandandme said:

    I do like your quickies. Hope the tree went up.

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    • Jacob said:

      Thanks! I aim to please. Yes, the tree was a success – just got to hit the shops now. Can’t wait.

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