The more observant of you will have noticed that my blogging over the past month hasn’t been as prolific as normal. I’m now in a position to tell you what’s been occupying us for the past month and give you an opportunity to meet, and say goodbye, to our second son.
At the back-end of . . . → Read More: Losing Zachary
If you come to the site (as opposed to reading this by RSS) you’ll see that there is now a “tweets” logo on the left hand side. Click and enjoy!
If any of you know about any open source php based software that can do the same as TwitterFall, do please let me know! This . . . → Read More: Twitter Geek Stuff
Given that we’re all tightening our belts at the moment, and the Government (soon to be ex-Government if my vote has any say in it) has admitted that there will have to be budget cuts, may I suggest the following proposals for ways that the Department of Health could save money?
Remove the entitlement to . . . → Read More: Saving Money
I wrote this for our church magazine, published this Sunday.
Flicking back through previous issues of the magazine, I’ve read again the piece I wrote earlier this years about change and moving on. Here we are though, over six months later and we’re still living in Cromwell Road and still working at Christ Church. . . . → Read More: On Suffering
The latest on the South African runner Caster Semenya is on the Telegraph’s website.
The tests carried out on the 18 year-old shortly after her victory in Berlin are believed to have shown that she has a chromosomal abnormality that gives her both male and female characteristics.
According to reports in the Australian media, the . . . → Read More: Boy or Girl?