Here I am. It’s me. Who am I?
I am 64 years old.
I am married to Amanda. (Nice huh?) She’s very beautiful and much younger than me.
I have a son who is 32 years old. He is now the age that I was when I had him.
I drive (cars that is). I ride a bike also (not very well. My sense of balance is a bit skew wiff.)
Functionally I identify myself as a preacher and teacher of the Bible. (That is after 1. Christian, 2.Husband. 3. Father. 4. Friend to many (I have a large circle of friends and aquaintences) 5. ….and other things. Number 15 is Preacher and Teacher.
I am part of, and would identify with the Pentecostal part of evangelical Christianity. That is normal New Testament Christianity i.e. that is those that believe in the miracles and the power of God and the glory of Christ and the baptism in the Spirit and speaking in tongues and other things etcetera etcetera etcetera. For me, any other kind of Christianity, though acceptable is a complete and total puzzlement.
I don’t like to eat fish. I like to watch fish though.
I like to eat Chips doused with salt and vinegar. (I am salivating as I write it)
I and Amanda have a dog. His name is Kipenzi (That’s Swahili for, “darling.” Posh or what?), He is the greatest Blue Roan Cocker Spaniel you have ever seen. Come and see him if you want….but you will have to pay. That’s how great he is.
I like to write. Doesn’t mean I’m good at writing. But it does mean I am passionate about the subject that I write about. Ask me what you want. If I don’t know the answer, trust me, I know a man who does.
As I write I am 14 and a half stone (That is 203 lbs for those in the USA).
I am 5 feet 11 inches now. I used to be 6 feet and half an inch tall. Old age and all that! I am beginning to shrink (physically).
I love my wife’s cooking. I do a bit of cooking myself these days. I make a great Lasagne. My Potato,Leek and Tomato bake is “to die for.”
I live in the UK.
It’s very nice to meet you. Please don’t go without reading my blog. (From July 1 2013 onwards)
Please leave your comments (nice ones I hope).