Monday, October 31, 2005

Hey the Amigo...

Just a quick note to say I think I missed one out. I cried when I got my degree classification. It wouldn't have mattered what the result was I would have cried anyway! The release of tension and stress always leads to that conclusion...

Quick puzzle...
One Plus One Plus One Equals One - how?

Friday, October 28, 2005

Candles Burning Low...

Maybe a more appropriate title would be burning the candle at both ends. I have finally finished my video today, and when I build up enough enthusiasm I will get round to putting it on my website for all to see. Today has been a well emotional day too as my mentor for my three University years is off to New Zealand and today was his last day in the office.

Its wired. He takes with him a load of stuff I have never told anyone else about my life and he is largely responsible for many major decisions that have shaped my life in the last three years. I am not ashamed to say I shed a tear or two and that brought me to a rather John Cusack, High Fidelity-esque list of last 5 times that I cried.

1. James Allaway leaving the office.
2. My House falling through in the summer and thinking I would have no-where to live, coupled with the most awesome dream I had the night before.
3. Emma and Gavins wedding, in the car on the way home. That was the last time my group of University friends were all planned to meet up and heralded the end student life.
4. Leaving my house in Jarrom Street, my University house in Leicester - wine and hug induced.
5. UCCF Relay interview - I was certain I screwed it up and thought I was an awful Christian because of it!

Gotta go more on Monday or Tuesday...

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Its all about taking the easy way out for me...

Life slowed down a little, probably a good thing cause it gives me more time to think. On the odd occasion is massively constructive, shame about the rest of the time. So recently I have been playing pool till silly [4] o'clock in the morning with Andy, a fellow Relay worker in Nottingham. If anyone wants a game I now feel well enough practiced. Playing a little earlier is preferable, unless you wish to peel my limp form off the table when it gets past my bedtime. Nottingham is a genius place I am loving the place. I have been to Church there more in the last three weeks than anywhere else. Thank-God for the weekend...

...Is it Saturday or is it Sunday, to be honest I'm not sure...
...There's a Sabbath in there somewhere, so why don't we try Yom Kippur!

Brian Houston - We Don't Need Religion

As a compromise I am glad we made it both days!

Todays Thought....

"It's all about taking the easy way out for me I suppose". Discuss.

Todays Helpful Advice...

Cheese is a well-spring of happiness.