Category: James' blog

What Doesn’t Kill Ya Makes Ya Stronger

By Mike Bowyer on 31/01/17
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It has been six months since I put prodder to key pad, and to those of you who have missed the ramblings of a once reasonable mind apologies are due in abundance, together with some sort of explanation, which follows. But first, Happy New Years are due all round, as we look forward to the excitements of the coming few month.

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James' Blog - "Hench"

By Mike Bowyer on 08/08/16
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Are you “Hench”? This is the new word of the month. Never had the word been heard in the great metropolis of Mettingham, the parish in which we live, but there is nothing like a couple of Pulse angels to broaden your vocabulary. Naively it might be thought that this wonderful word might have been around as the prefix to the well known word “man”, as in “Henchman”. But no this turns out not to be the case.

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James' Blog - Photosynthesis

By Mike Bowyer on 01/07/16
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As I write it is 21 June - the longest day and the shortest night in the year. Lawn mowers are buzzing, as are the bees, and the sun has been shining for at least half the day! We must be thankful for small mercies and hope for great ones. While we’re on the subject of weather, there is the small matter of ‘photosynthesis’ outstanding from the March blog.

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James' Blog - “On fleek”

By Mike Bowyer on 19/05/16
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April has disappeared over the horizon as I start to write this. So far, May has made the world a nicer place, with warm sunshine and the sudden burgeoning of blossom, flowers and trees coming into leaf. It’s far better to be bored to death by Brexit on a warm sunny day – when every bird in the sky is singing its heart out, bees are buzzing and cows are munching contentedly in the meadows– than being bored by it on freezing cold gloomy days.

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James' Blog - Spring is Coming

By Mike Bowyer on 20/04/16
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All this poses the question “What is the most important thing in the world?” Funnily enough it seems that the answer is none of the above although I would have loved it to be the Sprinter Sacre story. Neither is it Stem Cell Therapy, nor the development of a drug that can break through the scar tissue that prevents the spinal cord from repairing itself.

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