It’s a couple of years since I wrote this but I found it in my notebook while clearing out the other day. It’s an adventure I think of often and with mixed feelings. * * * Breaking the rules always causes pain or discomfort further down the line. The rule was this: Don’t get … More Meeting Hizkia
It’s sort of snowing outside but it’s warm in here. The table is slightly wobbly. They all are, it’s one of the quirks of the place and the reason we usually sit on the sofas in the corner. Savinni’s is my favourite. It has been since I first came to Dingwall all that time ago. … More Partly Accident, Wholly Grace (testimony part 2)
It had just started to snow that soggy, icy kind of snow as the Inverness train pulled out of Haymarket Station. I wasn’t going to Ness though, I was going home and that line in itself is telling. It is also telling that the first thing I did when I sat down was stare … More Marvin K.
It’s crazy but I’ve been writing a lot since coming home. The words just pour out, often unexpectedly, and they just keep coming. I hadn’t realised how sad I am at the moment until I read over some of what I’d penned. No matter what anyone else says, I think that maybe the best way … More Kangaroos and Wallabies
We met when he was in third year at high school and I in second. He was my brother’s friend and a staunch atheist. He was also one of the most awkward people I’d ever met so naturally we got on well. Of course, being an antagonistic atheist, some of what he said did indeed … More What Constitutes ‘Successful’ Evangelism Anyway?