Monthly Archives: December 2006

2006: This Is Where I Came In*

2006 is ending soon and this entry definitely must go up. The year started with much hustle and bustle, much of it too secret to explain. Even in the last days counting down to my departure from National Service, the … Continue reading

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Christmas in Stafford*

My Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day finally saw me move away from the main city of Birmingham to a suburb called Stafford. One of the Pastors from Elim Church in Selly Oak invited me to spend Christmas with … Continue reading

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Misty city and quaint area*

“A winter’s day, in a deep and dark December,” I Am A Rock, by Simon and Garfunkel Well yes, truthfully, I am alone in Tennis Courts, University of Birmingham. Birmingham, UK. But I can’t say I’m regretting my decision to … Continue reading

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The several ambitions*

Since I’m now twenty one, I thought I’d throw in this entry. It’s another of those more personal, somewhat reflective of my true self ones. I suppose it exposes way too much of what I really should say, but ok, … Continue reading

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Christmas Time in Birmingham*

The Thursday before term officially ended was my free day of the week, so rather than coup myself up in my room, I decided to venture to town since I’ve hardly travelled there since term started. The first consideration was … Continue reading

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My 21st birthday fell on a Tuesday which meant it was the day for Ben’s tutorial, followed by four hours of four different lectures back to back until 1800 hours. Not exactly a day to celebrate especially since it was … Continue reading

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I have returned*

“People of the Philippines, I have returned,” –General Douglas MacArthur, after landing on the Philippines . Well yes, I have returned to the land of diary writing and shall post entries with a vengeance. This long hiatus probably exceeded the … Continue reading

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