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... flight and as I saw my details on the screen I spotted my bag coming out second in line from across the room - yip dad I was very grateful for my unique bag. Thank you! Got my bag and then it was on to meet the family and to head off to Nottingham. Looking around I expected things to be totally different being in a different country for the first time - not ...
“the good confession”
Yesterday (Tuesday) was the start of a new week in the vast mission fields of South Africa around the Durban area. The weekends are nearly always full and hectic with lots of outreach work, mission work and ecclesial activities, so when Monday comes around it is a time to relax and start thinking of the coming week’s projects and activities. A Monday morning sleep-in, a roll-over, and another hours ...
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... the night before COP? How perfectly fitting. If
only we could have been dancing in the rain with Canada's environment
Minister who is coming to COP to promote our “ethical oil sands”
and block other countries from making progress. Maybe we could have
danced him silly and shaken a bit of the silly out! Silly is an
understatement, but I feel like I should keep the blog PG at least
for the first day.
So here we ...