Monthly Archives: April 2006

I keep ignoring them

I think I’ve identified the trickiest thing about trying to learn the violin as a competant pianist. Reading the basic notes is simple – there’s only one line compared to reading multiple lines for the piano. Playing all notes on … Continue reading

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a.m.: Mark 2:13-17 p.m.: Hebrews 4:14-5:10

As Jesus travelled around Judaea, he met all kinds of people, many who became followers. Those who followed weren’t all respectable people though. Amongst those was Matthew the publican (civil servant), more specifically a tax collector, a man despised by … Continue reading

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Always remember to build

Had an interesting game of Diplomacy this evening, with five other seasoned players and one newbie. Alas, the newbie had drawn Russia, and I’d not picked Germany or Italy, which was a good start. The game progressed with England and … Continue reading

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Strangely sapped

Went walking on the North Downs today with some other bods from church. We started off at Newlands Corner, walked down to Shere and then back up again. Usually, I wouldn’t have had a problem keeping up, but I think … Continue reading

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