A week ago it was my birthday. I visited Sheringham in Norfolk, with Penny, and The Tower with Nic.
Archive for March, 2007
This is Mr Mutua. Again.
This old photo shows him at his kibanda in Nguluni where he sold avocados and potatoes up until January 2005. Next to him is my bike which he renovated with the tools of the bike mechanic in the adjacent business plot. If you think that stall looks rickety you should know [...]
I’m not stuck,
I’m taking a break from progress
to enjoy being grateful
for everything I have already achieved.
– Mark Skipper, 8/03/2007
Ever since I got back from Kenya I have been searching for something. The details of what it is and why I am looking for it, why I think it is worth looking for and how I think I’m going to know when I’ve found it are, I hope, going to be the subject of some future blog entries here. But this idea: the idea that a positive mental attitude guides one toward the fulfillment of ones noble desires, is definitely part of what I have been looking for.
Last week when, I was cycling home from work, I had to stop despite the rain to take this pic. I’ve adjusted the saturation on the photo but only so that it looks as I experienced it at the time!
It does rain a lot here. But that’s not always ‘a bad thing’.