Saturday, April 07, 2007

Gasp - can breath again....

What a nightmare!

It's taken four weeks to get a broadband connection up and running at our new house, but at last we're back on line and can function again. Here's a picture of our new house, by the way.

So, on Monday we will have been in our new home for four weeks. We've just about got everything sorted now. Curtains or blinds on all the windows except for one, and only one piece of Ikea furniture left to be put together - I've lost count of how many bits we have put together over the last four weeks.

Last week we were at Spring Harvest, a fantastic Christian conference that takes place every year. This was it's 29th year. It takes over two Butlins sites, Skegness and Minehead, for the weeks before and after the Easter weekend. We were at Minehead where the weather was generally sunny and fairly warm.

One of the big social justice themes this year was around stopping people trafficking, which tied in with the bicentenary of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade. For more on this see the Stop The Traffik website.

Well, that's enough for now.


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