Alabama 8th October 2018 Dear Jenna, Thanks for your card, it's taken me a while to write back because my parents were over visiting when it arrived and I didn't have a chance to sit down and concentrate. They're back in England now and since my car overheated at the weekend I am sat here … Continue reading A letter home from Alabama
I'm an Evangelical Christian, but I'm British, so please don't think I'm a Republican. However, I am surrounded by countless Republicans who seem utterly shocked and surprised that someone like Trump could rise up to be the Republican candidate. They, like me, find him abhorrent. Let's not forget though, that the Republican party has been the … Continue reading If Trump isn’t a wake up call to Evangelical Christians then I don’t know who else could be
It has been ages since I last wrote something on here, it has been hard to pin down everything I have been thinking about and form coherent points. In a previous post I promised an observation on why I believe there to be greater solidarity in Britain. I think it is to do with our … Continue reading Better late than never
So, why am I writing this blog? There are a few questions I want to discuss out loud and in public in the hope that maybe some others are wondering the same things and have some wisdom to share. I am British and live in the US right now. At a recent dinner at my … Continue reading Why am I doing this? The questions I would like answered.
One of the themes that I think might recur on this blog and to which I don't have an answer to yet, is to do with my observations of American people whilst living here in the US (I am British and have lived here for one year). Patriotism is extremely high in the US, there … Continue reading Patriotism but no Solidarity