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Get off the Fence

We all know fence sitters.  Maybe it doesn’t bother most people, but it bothers me.  I’ve been on the verge of writing about this for some time now and each time I start I stop myself, because I wonder if it really matters that much or if I’m just making it matter to me because I am definitely NOT a fence sitter. 1,233 more words


When did being open-minded make you the bad guy?

Are you an open minded person?

Is it a good or bad thing?

I was brought up in a rather strict but strangely liberal way. I lived in a house with my parents and my grandparents who were quite happy for me to form my own opinions about the world, as long as I cleared my plate and was home before it got dark. 601 more words

Fence Sitter

Here’s a definite fence sitter.  An Eastern Kingbird.

Seems it’s favourite spot is like this.


The Cross: a Humbling Experience

Corrie ten Boom wrote a book called The Hiding Place and it’s the true story of how she not only survived the brutal concentration camps of WW2, but how she saved the lives of countless persecuted Christians. 1,396 more words


Fear Vs Anger

I live with a lot of fear, clearly, as I keep writing about the constant nightmares that I keep having. Being in social situations scare me, the future scares me, death scares me. 1,000 more words

Wakey Wakey: You're getting an opinion whether you asked for it or not!

Throughout my blogging career, I’ve rarely expressed strong opinions – if at all. Indeed, if you see a book review here it will be a book I’ve enjoyed and not one that made me laugh or cry for all the wrong reasons. 183 more words