Oh yes, I meant to say – I thought the two Archbishops’ contribution was excellent. The Archbishops of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, and York, Dr John Sentamu, have called on Anglicans to “pray, fast and give” to highlight Zimbabwe’s slide toward starvation. Absolutely spot on.
Well, here we are again at another Lent. Going for the slightly boring route of “biscuits/snacks” for my Lent this year. Puddings and starters are allowed, it’s just those extra biccies at work/home/church/youth group which are getting the chop. To give up puddings and cakes would be a bit sad, as our wedding anniversary and my birthday almost always fall in Lent. So tonight at youth group we’re bending the liturgical calendar slightly in order to have pancakes and pancake based activities – but we’re finishing off the evening with an Ash Wednesday liturgy (or, at least, part of one). […]
I’m just getting into Twitter (as you’ll have noticed if you know me on Facebook, or have looked at my homepage), and so far I like it. It feels a bit like coming full circle – when I first started blogging, it was a mini-jotter for any random one-line thought I had, and kinda grew from there. BTW, the first entry is number 99 just to fool you. 🙂 Blogging has kind of become this big thing, where you have to write several paragraphs each update, and have something worthy to say.. actually scratch that second bit – but it […]
Don’t normally got for these meme thingies – but why not, eh?! Apparently the BBC reckons most people will have only read 6 of the 100 books here. Instructions: Look at the list and put an ‘x’ after those you have read. Add a ‘+’ to the ones you LOVE. Star (*) those you plan on reading Tally your total at the bottom How many have you read? Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen The Lord of the Rings( the film doesn’t count) – Tolkien x Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte Harry Potter series – JK Rowling x+ To Kill […]