10:49 PM GMT
In other news -
I just sent my 7,000th Tweet.
You can see it on my blog; thought I’d write something to mark the occasion!
I’ve almost hit 7,000 Tweets!
Goodness me that’s a lot of concise talking.
How monumental, pahaha! :’)
…How should I celebrate?
8:25 PM GMT
It’s been one of those weekends -
…where you struggle to take in all that has occurred…
It *Last night still doesn’t seem real.
Our service this morning was incredible, I mean God’s presence really moved, to the point where I practically threw my guitar from my hands (strap still attached), because I couldn’t get my hands in the air quickly enough! ….dang, God knows how to make His presence known in style.
Church was followed by a roadtrip to Bedford to check out an outdoor supplies retailer, on account of two upcoming adventures:
- Climbing Mount Snowdon next weekend
- Skiing in Switzerland in April
Our product research was informative, and entertaining….but ultimately fruitless, ha.
The only thing we bought was the McDonalds we consumed whilst looking on in disbelief at what I can only describe as a man who seemed to have a wardrobe inspired by the wonderful title garment in ‘Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’.
We came back, relaxed together for an hour and watched the first episodeof Sherlock series 2, A Scandal in Belgravia, as a few people present hadn’t watched it…..ahh, I do love that programme!
After that came Youth Bible study, and my character study on Abraham went down really well, as did the exercise where I gave them a blank Twitter profile and asked them to fill in what they thought he might tweet, had he possessed the technology to do so in his time. Hilarious results!
Now here I am at home, ready to watch the final 2 episodes of my Big Bang Theory boxset, possibly play the piano/guitar/both (not simultaneously), and chow down on some food of some description!
But listen to me jabbering on, tell me about your Sunday!
10:33 PM GMT
calling all Tweeps out there!
I know, I know…it’s kind of a nuisance working around the whole timezone situation. Having said that, I can totally see why God did it, because it means there’s always people serving and praying at all times of the day, so as some sleep, some serve!! Genius!!
Go God! :D
Anyway, I’d love to be able to text those of you who live outside of the UK regularly, in the same way I text my UK-based friends, but naturally this would be a huge monetary drain -
…unless you’re on Twitter!
If you are, and you wish to have a conversation with me/text anytime, add and send a direct message to @mr_shaunki. I get them sent through to my phone, and that way I can reply for free in SMS form, even when I’m not on my computer! Huzzah!
We may only be limited to 140 characters per message, but it’s better than nothing, right?! It means we can have texting conversations of a sort, defying the international charge rates! …all of a sudden I feel slightly more connected to some of my wonderful Tumblr brothers and sisters!