On not taking photos

In which I explain why I didn’t take a photo because it would have made me sad to look at it.

Pembrokeshire, SA62  •  13/07/2017  •  880 words
Listening to: You're Beautiful by Phil Wickham

Advent

In which I write about the season of Advent, lego, the Book of Common Prayer, and a song by a woman called Miriam Jones.

Hull, HU9  •  26/12/2016  •  733 words
Listening to: Wondrous, Mysterious by Miriam Jones

2016 in review

In which I write about the best cultural and educational things I have done in the past year.

London, NW2  •  24/12/2016  •  1221 words
Listening to: Dreams Come True by Brandon Flowers

Shaking the Kaleidoscope

In which I out myself as a Brexit voter, and then defend my actions by advocating “safe subversiveness.”

London, NW2  •  24/06/2016  •  2023 words
Listening to: I Want to Break Free by Queen

2015 in review

In which I write about the best cultural and educational things I have done in the past year.

London, NW2  •  24/12/2015  •  599 words
Listening to: Sugar, We're Goin Down by Fall Out Boy

Becoming a church worker

In which I reflect on my first week of life as an Apprentice at All Souls Church, Langham Place.

London, W1  •  07/09/2015  •  587 words
Listening to: Forever Young by Bob Dylan

2014 in review

In which I write about the best cultural and educational things I have done in the past year.

London, NW2  •  24/12/2014  •  1179 words
Listening to: Scream (Funk My Life Up) by Paolo Nutini

Rooftoppers

In which I review a book about why one should never ignore a possible, and commit to pursuing a similarly childlike attitude of heart and mind.

London, NW2  •  17/06/2014  •  680 words
Listening to: Hello by Martin Solveig & Dragonette

The Shepherd God

In which I review a book about a psalm that I thought I knew well but found that I had more to learn from.

London, NW2  •  26/05/2014  •  543 words
Listening to: Psalm 23 by Stuart Townend

Liar & Spy

In which I review a book and reflect on that wonderful period of childhood that spans “middle school.”

London, N7  •  13/04/2014  •  1699 words
Listening to: Jolene by Dolly Parton