Monthly Archives: January 2005

Over the hill…almost

Phew! What a day! Started off the day wandering around the countryside between Thorpe and Virginia Water with camera in hand. A beautiful, clear, crisp, dry day. A very pleasant way to enjoy creation. An added bonus was that, just … Continue reading

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Jerry Springer: The Opera

In the entrance hall of the BBC at Broadcasting House is an inscription (in Latin) which reads: TEMPLUM HOC ARTIUM ET MUSARUM ANNO DOMINI MCMXXXI RECTORE JOHANNI REITH PRIMI DEDICANT GUBERNATORES PRECANTES UT MESSEM BONAM BONA PROFERAT SEMENTIS UT IMMUNDA … Continue reading

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Indian

Phew! What a busy day! After my first day back at work for the new year, the usual suspects and I met up at Nandos in Uxbridge as Kev was down for a couple of days. It was good to … Continue reading

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Felled in the final frame

I return to work tomorrow, along with the majority of the workforce I imagine, so today was my final last stand of idleness. Or so I had planned. I had planned to have a nice peaceful lie in. Three early … Continue reading

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a.m.: Luke 13:1-5 p.m.: Psalm 91

In light of the recent tsunami disaster, a lot of people are asking “Where was God?” “How could God let this happen?” The sermon this morning attempted to answer these, and other, questions. I shall attempt to summarise, although my … Continue reading

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It’s all go

Well, arrived back on London around lunch time, after visiting my parents for a relaxing Christmas. A nice rest from the mad rush that is my so-called life in London. (Who was it who said, “Never mistake a busy life … Continue reading

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