Jersey 2010 a snapshot while I can keep the memories

I used to love the early morning, I often woke at 4am, and would drink hot tea and go out, usually in Jersey I would go out for a drive in the early morning, and would go down to whatever bay or up to whatever cliff, and sit in my car and look at the…

4am Nightmares

I woke at 3.30am with nightmares.I woke up hot and distressed, dreaming about the police and that they came after me.The problem is, I do have dreams that come true, the church probably did and will make that out to be madness, but I do.The other problem is, I cannot always tell which dreams will…

from ‘Homeless’ originally from statements about the churchwarden and his wife, written on ‘Homeless’ on 25/11/2011

(01/02/2014, I referred to the churchwarden’s wife as mummy and the churchwarden as Daddy in this post, which is what the Churchwarden used to want me to call them at home, note, the letters I wrote to the Vicar and his wife were not threatening as the Deanery appear to have claimed, but were in…

Hallelujah

It was just another day, some time around Easter, I was sitting in the library and listening to this song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMOcFfauf9Q My links don’t work any more, it is ‘Hallelujah’ from Shrek.Interestingly enough, I remember Ian LeMarquand’s daughter playing it at housegroup when she and her husband were trying for a baby, I think she…

Waiting

I have gone on with my life, but am waiting for the public murder of me by Jane Fisher’s Diocese of Winchester, in the form of the publication of the biased reports that omit my story, my story which is barely published on this blog.One way or another, after the onslaught of the diocese against…

Terrible, a disgrace

I am supposed to be showering and going out. But here I am, blogging. Jane Fisher and Michael Scott-Joynt, when I was homeless in winchester, kept telling me I was to blame, especially Scott-Joynt, they kept illegally violating my privacy with homeless and other authorities.In Sussex they told the court they had ‘felt sorry for…