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Weekend Stream of Consciousness or the Longest Tweet Ever April 26, 2010

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Meet Robert. He is waiting for plants.

Comedy of Errors is very aptly called Comedy of Errors, delicious (except did not like constant beating of the very comical slaves – fantastic performance by Owain Arthur and Michael Jibson) and probably one of the lightest plays by the bard…

The gnome in our back yard got christened. Meet Robert… After a lengthy visit to a garden centre with two types of miniature trains and thyme we returned with a hook and two bargain hanging baskets. In the distant future I assume we will get some soil and plants to fill afore mentioned baskets…

Wreaking my brain. Honestly, what does Cameron mean with “big” society? Tories and Utopia? In the end, probably just a good contender for hollow phrase of the year…

Saturday afternoon in bed with a funny stomach, Steve McIntosh, Jeremy Paxman, Louis Theroux and eight Dorothys… Mark also had a funny stomach, but spent his time mostly with Dr. R. Keith Sawyer and John Rogers Searle…

Excellent sermon by the young priest of The Holy Name of Jesus in response to the Church’s abuse scandal. Very refreshing to hear a distinction made between religion and organisation within a religious context. On the other hand, Benedict Condoms would be a solution to a global problem. Generally the question remains, can being a religious person in this very secular UK give you some perspective on your thinking and practice or is the cynical British context preventing depth and clarity?…

40 minutes swimming in 50m pool feels perfect…

Oi weh, we bought the Observer AND the Sunday Times. Must plant some trees to compensate… The 1000 richest people in the UK got a third richer over the last year. Obscene, but not a surprise…

Learned more about my husband, which makes me happy…

Satisfied my caulking addiction…

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