True story: 6pm, the doorbell rings and three guys, about 10 to 12 say “Trick or Treat”. None of them has any sort of costume on, one is talking on his mobile phone. Continue reading spooked out
There are many ways in which change occurs and how we face it. Newton’s first law of motion says that “an object either remains at rest or continues to move at a constant velocity, unless acted upon by an external force.” This of course is true beyond the physical world. Continue reading david newton
The only time I heard something of similar intensity before was at a wedding, where a very tall built man burst out in an even taller voice, clearly being up for smashing the lead glass windows with molodically shouted psalms and hymns in gaelic. But more on that later.
I learned yesterday that it takes me one hour, 62 minutes to be exact, to walk from our doorstep to Falcon Square in the center of Inverness (provided a few sips of tea and three tiny muffins are taken in on the way). I had planned on going to a concert and, after a housebound day, decided to literally go there, as some exercise sounded like a good idea. Continue reading karma police
On the way home from the park the moon was already out and the sun about to set. “Why is the moon not round, but looks like an egg?” asked our four year old. Continue reading half moon
I don’t know if you ever fell victim to a prank phone call or made one yourself, admittedly I have a record on both. A few weeks ago I was in the middle of a nasty and unnerving “on hold” battle with BT, when I got a call at lunchtime. Continue reading zero rudi