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About ‘One Theological Cellist’

Christian ‘cellist extraordinaire; graduate of Theology, Music and Worship. I am trying to discern where God wants me be and what He wants me to do with the next chapter of my life, meanwhile, I’m teaching the ‘cello, working as a Verger at the beautiful Southwell Minster, and shortly also as a Family Support Worker in a local Prison… And blogging about things, mainly as a means to help me process and discern what is going on in life; please forgive my unnecessary ramblings!

I am 26 years young, which is kind of scary, as that’s like ‘mid-twenties,’ right? I have curly blonde-ish hair and bluey-greeny-grey eyes. According to my 6″ ruler, I am 5’6″. I like to keep in touch with my friends, from different parts of the world. I don’t like being on my own. I like to be involved in lots of stuff that makes me smile. Being out-of-doors makes me happy. As does playing my ‘Cello. And reading the Bible.

Due to the confidential nature of the topics I discuss and brutal honesty of some of these blog posts, some will remain protected. If you would like to read them, ask me for the password. However, I reserve the right not to give this password to everyone, I hope you understand.

The header for my blog ‘One Theological Cellist’ is a picture taken by myself looking from Scarborough North Bay over the silhouette of Scarborough Castle and peninsula, waiting for the sun to rise early one Sunday morning in May 2010.

3 comments

  1. If you think being 24 is scary, you wait till you’re more than twice that age … in my case, that’s nearly 50, right? The age when you’re everyone’s grandparent…

    Looking on the bright side, however: at the moment I’m more than twice your age; but when you turn 25 I’ll be less than twice your age … which means I’m getting younger, yes??


  2. I’m not so sure about you getting younger, though. Dad always told me that I was getting older quicker, thus you’re getting older slower, with your calculations 😉


  3. I look forward to reading some interesting anecdotes.
    Being 25 seems a life time ago, but I did meet some lovely people in my twenties…….



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