In case you didn’t know it, we’re at war. The enemy isn’t North Korea, Iran or Al Qaeda. In fact, the enemy isn’t even a human. It’s not the Martians, the Klingons or the Galactic Empire. No; the enemy is what your milk comes in. We – the enlightened West – have declared war on plastic.
I really enjoy cooking. It’s not that I’m especially good at it, but I enjoy experimenting, producing something a bit different and, hopefully, edible. One discovery that completely changed the way I cook was sea salt, first introduced to me in Paris by Jacques Rivron
I came across a quote from John Stott last week and it has really made me think. This is what he says:
It’s a wonderful thing when you look back over a year and struggle to whittle the highlights down to a shortlist!
Just for fun, here’s a list of 40 of some of the best or most interesting things I’ve experienced. They’re not achievements (please spare me from being that vain) and, by and large, they won’t specifically mention other people….
So, in no particular order (other than the first one!), here are 40 highlights that come to mind now (the list might be different next week!):
There are many places I’ve ended up over the last number of years which have been unplanned and have taken me by surprise, such as Pigeon Forge (home of Dolly Parton!) and every inch of the Atlanta city ring road (too scared to attempt to turn off!). But the most surprising – and scary – place I’ve ended up…