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At least it beats a stupid pointless arguement in the real world!

Written by ellenloudon

September 27, 2006 at 9:02 pm

Posted in foundation, fun

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  1. I have not had an arguement/heated debate for ages. I nearly had one yesterday but as i was about to raise my voice God said ‘slow to anger….’ am so lucky i have someone looking out for me.x

    St. Claire of Toxteth

    September 28, 2006 at 10:00 am

  2. I had a particularly pointless and stupid arguement last night which led to my placing this cartoon on the bog. We have also got a broken phone. I went to bed feeling rubbish and considering my ‘anger issues’. Hey ho!

    Ellen Loudon

    September 28, 2006 at 11:34 am

  3. My anger has been slightly raised today but as always very inward. It always builds and bubbles up because i like to have a calm exterior but really inside it can be quite festered and plluted with anger. This particular ocassion happened on my driving lesson. My instructor keeps calling me sweetie, babe and saying he loves my style. these phrases are really annoying me and he said all three as i was hitting a major roundabout (for the first time i’d ever done one!!)my eyes,legs and arms were all doing different things and at about 20mph. I was sweating, my phone was vibrating in my pocket and i just lost it. Pure stressed out. He is also a christian so i first have to apologise to God for my anger, then to him. Any other instructor probably would not of noticed but having 2 christians in a extremely closs environment under high stress levels i feel like am being tutored on driving as well as my holyness behind the wheel and at the same time. All very confusing!

    St. Claire of Toxteth

    September 29, 2006 at 11:58 am

  4. Holiness behind the wheel is a very tricky trick to master. Perhaps focus on co-ordination and the rest will fall into place. Do you pray before and after your start your lesson? I ask this because now I am at bible college we pray before (and sometimes after) a lecture. I would have been sacked at Edge Hill if I had tried that on. But it feels good…mighty fine in fact.

    Ellen Loudon

    September 29, 2006 at 2:30 pm

  5. Am just imagining you coming into a thursday 9am lecture with the likes of me,kim,big chris,Hardy then popping out a prayer before you started!you wouldn’t of seen us for dust….

    St. Claire of Toxteth

    September 29, 2006 at 4:32 pm

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