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Hello 2011…

January 10, 2011 1 comment

Happy New Year Blog!

It has been an incredibly long time since I blogged. I am not going to say I shall be much better at it now we are in 2011 as, for the next few months at least, life will be very, very busy. Last year I made a big post about how 2009 had been even though I still don’t always like to map life out in “years” as such. I tend to take everyday as it comes but, again, it does sometimes feel quite good to reflect upon the year that has gone by. Saying that, I am not going to do that. I will just say that 2010 has been very good. A few things that have been extra special that stick out are having a truly fantastic Burns night, going to Rome, passing my driving test, becoming an elder, choosing a dissertation topic I love, going to Fort Augustus for mission, having a final year of mission in Lossiemouth, passing exams, meeting some very wonderful people, maturing, Youth Assembly, being nominated as a Youth Rep for GA, joining an excellent orchestra and loving music again, being orchestra convener at uni, barnhill café and baby Alfie being born! There was lots more but that is off the top of my head.

I probably should but I never really set myself big goals for the year coming. It is mostly because I cannot decide what they should be. Last year I wanted to pass my driving test. I did that…eventually! Hoorah! This year I would like to get a job…but I’ll see how that turns out! I am hoping.

2011 is looking very nice. There are lots of things to look forward to…mostly graduating and General Assembly! 🙂

I am excited. This post has been pointless. But feel the excitement. And I shall no doubt return to blab about Rabbie Burns again, because he is a favourite.


September 9, 2008 1 comment

Blog, blog, blog?

I am not convinced I shall enjoy blogging but you never know, I may well get carried away with it. Just as long as I don’t have to make it look attractive or anything? That might be too much effort.

So I was at the National Youth Assembly of the Church of Scotland at the weekend, and there was a debate about the media. The media is growing, growing, growing and I guess I wasn’t actually that cheery about that thought at first. I fear technology, well except facebook, so I thought I would try a new thing to challenge that thought.

I have many a thing to write about Youth Assembly 2008 but before that i have to go and frighten the drivers of Dundee in the form of my driving lesson. I think I would rather be napping.


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