Sunday, April 30, 2006

I wanna go camping!!!! Posted by Picasa

Friday, April 28, 2006


Went to Pilanesberg today, we took Heather's parents for a sight seeing trip... I think I could climb into one of those hides and watch hippos, terrapins and crocodiles all day, with a side show of warthogs, wildebees and some ducks.

Nature rules. Living in the city has deprived me of my regular country commutes, it was good to get out there... Next camping trip---- have no idea. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Luke... Cute hey?
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Heather's Graduation

Another Graduation in the family, Heather graduated from UNISA last night with a BEd. suits her... a Bed. (She likes to sleep.) I'm not supposed to boast but she graduated with distinction! (I only marry clever people) I don't have a decent picture of Heather graduating but heres a picture of the whole auditorium. Posted by Picasa

Monday, April 24, 2006

"The purported objectivity of hermeneutical epistemology remained elusive."

Sometimes I have no idea why I bother to study Theology, this sentence is in one of my textbooks.


On Saturday morning John Wesley College held a graduation service and I graduated - WOW, I now have a real live diploma in Theology - framed and not yet hanging on my wall. It was motivating to graduate, to realise that the work I had done did bear some fruit. I was also motivated to work hard towards my next degree. So I guess I should stop writing and get back to reading.

In the picture: Myself on the left, Bongenkosi Matthenjwa in the middle and the Dean of Students, Dion Forster on the right. (Handsome bunch if you ask me)

Thursday, April 20, 2006

A New Nephew!!!!

Anouncing to the world the birth of another Nephew - this one's name is Luke Daniel Field - he was born this morning at 7h30, 3.3kg and in the words of his dad - "Kicking like a mule." Before I forget, the one holding Luke is my big sister Nicola.

Monday, April 17, 2006

21st Century Shrine

Recently I went house browsing... (You know that Sunday show house thing where you go to people's houses and look at them) The thing I noticed was how people build their houses around their televisions. Big TVs with speakers and DVD players and all sorts of things. Well I guess I'm guilty of having built a little shrine to my TV, with windows and even a little Desmond tutu doll on the side to administer the sacrament.

Just a thought

Mail & Guardian Online: From parable to paradox

Read this article on the mail and guardian online... thought you might be interested.

From parable to paradoxApart from the fact that they all call themselves Christian, what do the following people have in common? Right-wing, ultra-conservative Roman Catholic Mel Gibson and former bishop of Newark John Spong, who says: "I do not believe that any propositional statement about God can be literally true."

Saturday, April 15, 2006

Happy Easter!

Just thought I'd wish everyone a happy easter! May God be made alive in your hearts and lives.

And don't eat too much chocolate.