Monthly Archives: August 2014

God > Time Machine

My friend Kate, who has stuck by me since nappydom, was probably not far off when the other day she told me that I walk a fine line between being really thoughtful and plain stalkerish. What follows is an instance … Continue reading

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An Attempted Theology of Menstruation

Yup, periods. Go on, say it out loud. ‘Periods’. Hesitant? I know I am. Visceral reaction of disgust? That’s probably pretty common. But I think I want to bring praise to periods. So bear with me, lovelies, and do comment … Continue reading

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On Canned Food and Canned Sex

Today at ‘holiday club’, we were teaching the kiddywinks about how Christ came to save sinners. Not long back, i.e. a couple of days ago, if you would’ve asked me to teach little ones what it meant to sin, I … Continue reading

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Kick the Bucket-List

Dying, it seems to me, is a ruddy expensive business. I don’t mean the cost of funerals, though I am sure the same is true of them too. But bucket lists, those lists of absolute ‘must do’s and ‘must see’s, … Continue reading

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