Have you been watching ‘The Nativity’?

Read the following by Andrew Graystone (full article): "Next week BBC1 will broadcast a four-part drama retelling the story of The Nativity.  It has been written by Tony Jordan, one of the UK's most gifted TV story-liners.  He was responsible for the narrative of Eastenders for most of its 25 years.  And he's brought to The Nativity all the same story-telling skills. Jordan has portrayed the central characters with intense honesty; two young people caught…

Happy Christmas [#Ecard] 2010

I wanted to wish a Happy Christmas to everyone (as you may know, I only send Christmas cards to older relatives!), and as per usual, have been looking out for bits and pieces online to brighten up people's Christmas! Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year... I will be enjoying myself in Egypt (and yes, trying not to get eaten by sharks!)... having a 'digital break' for 2.5 weeks!! BTW, don't you just…

Christmas Cutbacks

Celebrating Christmas in a recession can be tough: Effective immediately, the following economising measures are being implemented in the "Twelve Days of Christmas" subsidiary: The partridge will be retained, but the pear tree, which never produced the cash crop forecasted, will be replaced by a plastic hanging plant, providing considerable savings in maintenance; Two turtle doves represent a redundancy that is simply not cost effective. In addition, their romance during working hours could not be…

I’m so excited…. I just can’t hide it… I know I know I know…

Well, I thought it was better than heading it "Walk Like An Egyptian"!!! I've been missing my travelling, but last year was pretty much all I could do to earn enough to live on - this year, however, I know what work I'm doing for the next year, so I can plan in a trip... and am going to spend Christmas and New Year in Egypt!! Here's the blurb from 'GoBus's' website: "Travel with GOBUS…

Posters, in the Virtual Pulpit?

"Buses, bus stops, taxis, advertising hoardings: these are the new “virtual” pulpits of British religion." (Times Online, 8th June) The intention in this advert as described by ChurchAds.net (and to us at the launch of #cmn10)  was: The Intention of This Poster Francis Goodwin, a founder member of ChurchAds.net, said: “This is the kind of thing proud parents-to-be show their friends and family — passing round the scan of the baby. “Our poster reflects this…