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Author: Tee Bylo

Miniaturist. Storyteller. Partial to Chocolate...

Welcome to the ministry, musings AND mishaps from the Parish of St M's in Merryworth.

Although St M's is home to a gaggle of unique mice, a brood of chickens and two felines - I’m usually the one attending to most of the work including the designing, creating, researching, blogging and the cleaning up!

However, I remain hopeful that I WILL enjoy the occasional ‘hot’ cup of tea every now and then…

P.S. I will let you into a little secret – our friend God is known as ‘Mr Madrigal’ here at St M’s.

# Permanent link to To Merryworth…

Join Those Mousers?

Although I love what I do and cannot imagine myself doing anything other than this – to survive on fresh air with only a diet of hope and the occasional box of donated tea bags.

ALL of which has brought ME to Patreon…

Love AND Eggs Are THE Best!

Come and Eat IF You’re Hungry Enough!

As I couldn’t resist getting THOSE mice involved in this year’s Big Brekkie and with the help of the Rev. Suze – we threw open the doors of St M’s Parish Hall for a morning of laughter AND lots of yummy eggs!

Is it Time for Tee?

As my ideas for St M’s have grown, so have the properties AND with another church, a village shop and a manse in the design process – I have been happily dreaming up so many new festivals, feast days, fundraising ideas and fun that unless I can find a way to live for another 250 years – most are likely to be sadly unrealised!

It’s #AshTag Wednesday!

On this first day of Lent known as Ash Wednesday, the doors to St M’s Parish Church have opened as the Rev. Suze supported by Verger Philly offer a warm welcome on a chilly and damp afternoon to some familiar faces who have chosen to wear some ‘Sorry Ashes’ on their mouse noses or add a message of hope to the branches of our Lent Tree…

With THOSE Mice Away…

Welcome to the ministry, musings and mishaps from the parish of St M’s in the town of Merryworth and the home to a gang of unique mice, a brood of chickens AND two Little Big Cats!

Although I should add that I’m usually the one attending to most of the work including the designing, creating, researching, blogging AND the cleaning up!

Sugar and Spice AND All Things Nice?

The last Sunday before Advent is known as ‘Stir Up Sunday’ as it is the traditional day for making a really delicious Christmas pudding and here at St M’s and as the scent of cinnamon and spice wafts through the air of this cold November morning – there’s a flurry of activity inside the parish hall along with the sound of a busy kettle and clashing pudding pans…