Friday, December 31, 2010

2010: The Year in Review

Well, this is definitely my last post of the year of 2010, so a chance to look back at what has been happening this year. We had 331 blog posts, disproportionately found in April and December, but fairly steady, with not quite one per day over the year.

We began the year in Dundonald, and we're still here a year later, albeit with an addition to the family in the shape of Pippa the puppy. It's been an interesting experience moving from not overly liking dogs to owning our own, and she's great - except when she landed me in A&E in November.

I'm still the Curate Assistant in St Elizabeth's, and over the course of this past year I have preached about 46 times, conducted 4 funerals and 2 Baptisms. Still no weddings yet, but there are some in the diary for next year.

In June we lost a dearly loved family member, and celebrated the wedding of another.

We were fortunate to be able to spend some time on holiday in Lanzarote (twice), and some other holidays around home with family and friends.

Over the year I've been involved in a Can't Cook, Won't Cook event, and a Barn Dance, and they were just at church!

There were also special series on Zephaniah, and the Promise of His Coming.

For more details about this past year, check out the monthly archives and reviews: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

2010 will be remembered as the year of my 365 project, and below is a slideshow of every one of the 365 photos taken this year for it:

Thanks for reading this year, and watch out for new content next year!

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