A sign, yes. Of what’s on my mind most of the day these days! I was eating hardbread with cheese last night when I all of a sudden saw… You see what you wanna see?
Monthly Archives: September 2011
I’m back after a weekend that would best be described as an emotional roller-coaster. There was granddad’s funeral on Friday, which was very sad but nicely arranged. At the same time as it was tough seeing everyone being sad, it was nice seeing my relatives. Then I got to hang out with my family being […]
One of the fun things with being the smaller and lighter one is getting to do things he can’t do, like reaching into tiny spaces with my hands to connect wires he can’t get to. Which makes me feel a little special, because I have something to offer at least, since I’m pretty useless around […]
I’m afraid of spiders. I have a fear of spiders and of the dark, which might make it sound like a not so thought through idea to move to Africa, since you get a lot of both there. Dad always says it’s funny I can’t be around spiders when I’ve patted wolves, walked with lions, […]
A while back a friend, Max, raised the relevant question of why Brian prefers the Land Cruiser to a Land Rover. Which he does. With a passion. I’ll leave it to him to one day elaborate further on the topic but for now, maybe this will give you a hint of the strength of a […]
…Here’s a good movie to watch! When Nelson Mandela does his first year as president of apartheid torn South Africa he realizes he can use the national rugby team to unite the nation. Morgan Freeman does a great job, as always (here acting as Mandela). Matt Damon struggles slightly with the accent but also does […]