2 days, 10 speakers, 200 delegates and one God. It was an incredible event. I wasn’t the only one who made massive spiritual shifts.
Lovely hotel, delicious food and new friends. Plus a 20th anniversary party with proper dance music. I got a chance to shake more than a leg.
In need of an early night in preparation for the start of my numerology course tomorrow.
I arrived this afternoon in Latimer Place, Buckinghamshire for the 20th Anniversary conference of Miracle Network. (Supporter of A Course in Miracles Events)
Speakers include Miranda Macpherson, David Hoffmeister and Robert Holden.
I’m definitely expecting miracles this weekend
I want to thank everyone who helped to make my birthday very special. Thanks for the cards, for the presents, for the drinks, for the Facebook comments, for the dinner, for the drinks for the lunches, for the emails, for the drinks, for the impromptu book reading, for the food, for the company and dare I mention – for the drinks. It started on Friday and finished on Tuesday. I have wonderful family and friends. Thank you all.
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On Tuesday night I attended my first ever Rotary Club meeting as a guest of Pam Neaves (she who designs my book covers).
I was absolutely blown away by a lady to whom a presentation was being made. Lillian Hopkins at 97 is the oldest member of the women’s arm of the Rotary Club, known as Inner Wheel.
Not only is she active in the Wylde Green branch of the Rotary Club, she still travels to South Africa every year to support a number of charities; and to top it all she was wearing a dress I quite fancied myself.
Hard to believe that this time last week I was getting dressed to go to the start of the comedy season at the Drum in Aston. I needed a laugh so badly, and the three comics didn’t disappoint.
A London night with two British born Nigerian men and a raw and raunchy Jamaican woman.
Headline act Stephen K Amos took a few minutes to warm up but soon showed why he’s a pro.
And tonight? Staying in in preparation for tomorrow night. Checking out Turtle Bay restaurant in Manchester.
JAMAICA’S legislators have approved the amendment of the Dangerous Drugs Act to facilitate the decriminalisation of possession of small amounts of ganja.
The announcement was made by Justice Minister Mark Golding during a press conference at the Office of the Prime Minister in Kingston yesterday.
“Cabinet has approved certain changes to the law relating to ganja. These relate to the possession of small quantities of ganja for personal use, the smoking of ganja in private places and the use of ganja for medical/medicinal purposes,” Golding said.
He also announced that Cabinet had also approved the decriminalisation of ganja for religious use and said he hoped the law would be amended by early September.
Golding’s announcement came on the heels of recent calls by the Opposition for individuals who are held smoking a spliff to not be given a criminal record.
With the proposed changes, people caught in…
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