Let’s Face It, The Best Health Service Is Always Free


I read a recent news article about a French lady, Isabelle Dinoire, who in 2005 became the first-ever person to undergo a face transplant. Isabelle’s tale is a truly horrifying one; allow me to quote the BBC website as I tell it to you. “In a fit of depression in May 2005, Isabelle took an … Continue reading Let’s Face It, The Best Health Service Is Always Free

A Brighton Diary


For those of you who were unable to be in attendance, or are simply curious to know what we got up to, here’s a breviloquent review of the recent Portsmouth Christian Union Weekend Away to Brighton. Patrick and I arrived several hours before the rest of the group. We were welcomed to our home for … Continue reading A Brighton Diary

Maybe we should all be a little more Amish


For all its bad press, the USA is a remarkably beautiful country. We [the Wilson family] recently returned from there, having spent a delightful three weeks holidaying in various parts of the country. We spent 5 days in Philadelphia, mid-hurricane, and it was great to catch up with old friends who are dotted around the … Continue reading Maybe we should all be a little more Amish