Archive for September, 2007

To die for an idea that will live

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

“U know I am a man who likes to die for an idea that will live [rather] than to live for an idea that will die” — Bernard Mutua, who is “In a fix” with a chance to buy another car for Kenbric Vocational college.

The future starts here

Friday, September 14th, 2007

This week I returned to London and moved in with Nic. In typical style, I undertook this important milestone in our lives together… on my own. I returned from France while she was on vacation and moved in and unpacked while she was away. Yes, she was expecting it. In fact we’re both very happy […]

The Sparrows

Monday, September 10th, 2007

When it’s quiet, down from the plastic trees fly small birds. Sparrows; to clean up les morceaux du croissant under the tables. Their legs splay as their feet slip on the ceramic tiles. Something orange! A crushed Tic-Tac, it’s dust too fine to peck, the broken pieces too large to swallow. They hold them in […]