Well where to start. Like all cities, towns and places people call home Exeter, Devon in the UK, has taken a bit of a beating this year. Shops shut, people staying at home and all that Jazz. As for me on the other hand I’m now working in the city again that I love to … Continue reading Strictly Confidential!
My favourite drinking den and social outlet is still in lockdown as are some of my favourite people. It feels like we might be just about 9 months away still from returning to what I would love to call normal. A normal Wednesday night for me was when the biggest dilemma might be heading back … Continue reading In 9 months it’ll be like none of this ever really happened!
Well as I write this its 18:10 and my brain in the last few days has become more silent. I am not saying that less horrible things are happening in this world or that I could not quickly find something terrible to tell you or terribly good for that matter. But as for my ability … Continue reading Turned my light down low
My brother and his spirit guide My brother had a supernatural gift in that he could see spirits of people and his pet animals that had one time lived on earth. This was fascinating for him and he along with others became a ghost detective with one of the purposes was to film and prove … Continue reading Spirit guides
Omnipresence means all-present. This term means that God is capable of being everywhere at the same time. It means his divine presence encompasses the whole of the universe. There is no location where he does not inhabit. Therefore there is no lie you can create, no version of events that you can describe that divine … Continue reading Omnipresence perspective of God
I don’t know about you but nothing feels normal about this year and it is just a little bat sh*t crazy. It seems on the news that one problem was kind of sorted and a new thing would pop straight up in its place a little bit like the arcade game below. Continue reading How our brains are processing the pandemic
Before I went to bed yesterday I knew I was struggling and looking for guidance and so I picked up two books looking for help but with the views that I hold and the hopes that mean so much to me I could find no inspiration from the pages that I turned to. I feel … Continue reading Well maybe tomorrow?
Well yesterday I looked at the Birds so it seems only fair today to cover some bees. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2008/may/13/wildlife.endangeredspecies Top 10 ways to help bees. 1. Become a beekeeper Beekeeping is a most enjoyable, fascinating and interesting hobby – and you get to eat your own honey too. Every year local beekeeping associations run courses to … Continue reading The Humble Bee
For those of you that voted this man into power all I can ask is what the Fcuk were you thinking? Also and to make myself even clearer, what the fcuk were you thinking. Is he all you ever hoped and more! He shat on every policy that he touches and there are a lot … Continue reading Trump stain on the pants of humanity
World Teach Laura Molles is so attuned to birds that she can tell where birds of some species are from just by listening to their song. She’s not a real-world Dr Doolittle. She’s an ecologist in Christchurch, New Zealand, who specializes in a little-known area of science: bird dialects. While some birds are born knowing … Continue reading Birds aren’t all singing the same song. They have dialects, too