Sanctus Est

“Reading about nature is fine, but if a person walks in the woods and listens carefully, he can learn more than what is in books, for they speak with the voice of God.” - G.W. Carver

Friday, December 23, 2005


"Glory to God in the highest, and on earth
peace to men on whom his favor rests."
(Luke 2:14)

Tuesday, December 20, 2005


Well I'm ill with a flu type thang. Not nice.
I'm registered with the Open Uni now and am starting to read up
for it. I have loads of prep material to get through too! Oh yes
and a short essay. All before the course begins in Feb! So far I
feel okay about it. In fact the Open Uni are really good in the
way they structure everything.

I'm really happy to get back to studying the things I love. I think
I'll do a degree in Humanities after this Humanities foundation.

Things with God are good.

Monday, December 12, 2005

More fun

You are most like Artemis/Diana, the virgin moon
goddess of the hunt, wild animals, healing,
wilderness, virginity, and childbirth. She is
wild, untamed, and free. Anyone may come
before her. Slaves may claim sanctuary in her
temples. She in particular, rewards those who
love nature! Though many love her, she will
never be tied down by any man!

What Greek/Roman Goddess are you?
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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

A bit of fun in the office!


?? Which Angel Or Demon Are You ??
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Thursday, December 01, 2005


Love the feel of this pic! (from the King Arthur film.
Pic taken from I like
the battle in the background out of focus. I think it's
a good portrait pic. Looks natural and of course I'm
liking the ancientness of it. However I don't think the
clothes are very accurate. A bit of artistic licensing.
The torc is right but erm... er that's it lol. I still like it though.
I like the patterns of the woad even though there isn't much
of it. The natural expression on Kira's face holds a sense of
wonder which invites the viewer to think. Of course you can
click to see the pic enlarged and I think it looks way more
effective like that. You can also see flecks of mud in the air
which adds to the battle in the background.

I've actually come across a brilliant find today.
Found this e-library with lots of published books readable
online: Questia library

And no I haven't done much today ;-)
Watched the DVD of Demetrius and the Gladiators
It's one of those old epics that lasts for about 4-5