Saturday 1 May 2021
Yesterday afternoon, I was talking with a neighbour and was part way describing something when he asked a question that derailed my train of thought. I couldn’t remember what I was was heading towards so we had to abandon that … Continue reading
Sunday 13 November 2016
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This morning Jane and I were back in our old haunts in South East London, where I was speaking at Hither Green Baptist Church. It was good to see old friends there, including the unexpected bonus of Matt being back … Continue reading
Thursday 26 November 2015
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I wonder if I have passed the point in my life where I have forgotten more than I remember or will remember at any point in the future? I seem to function quite reliably as a fount of useless knowledge … Continue reading
Thursday 14 August 2014
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In the UK we know it by the more utilitarian name of caving but, while I’d much rather fill my life with colour than color, spelunking is a word I’d be glad for the mother tongue to appropriate. I thought … Continue reading
Friday 9 August 2013
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We had our first tomato harvest of the year last night with a couple of sweet little toms from our ‘Red Cherry’ bush. I thought we were running late but, checking back on my gardening notes, last year they weren’t … Continue reading
Sunday 4 August 2013
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A question on the Worship the Rock forums had me pondering (and pontificating) on whether I should be aiming to do away with the music stand when playing at church. I’ve done plenty of gigs without music but those have … Continue reading
Saturday 24 November 2012
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Once I get a recipe under my belt I tend to cook it without looking anything up. Tasting and tweaking along the way and making use of what is available in my stores minimises waste and makes each meal unique. … Continue reading