Time Machine

2 Mar

After writing about the sense of getting older in my thought for the week last night very much reversed the aging process. After speaking at the Lent meeting last night which went ok although it was a little difficult as i had to change some parts that obviously weren’t going to work with the group there. I spoke with lots of people after the service after which i felt that i should be digging out my school uniform again. Most of the comments were positive and i worked hard to hide my laughter when asked whether ‘i had written all of that by myself’ and ‘are very brave’. Somehow i felt that i there were many people there who thought i was 14. All good fun though, another learning experience.

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2 Responses to “Time Machine”

  1. Anonymous March 4, 2005 at 12:59 pm #

    I know what you mean Lewis; I have received some very patronising comments in my time. especially when doing up front stuff. However, what is maybe worse is being made to feel really old by young people. I was chatting about a really famous advert from the late 80’s and early 90’s and nobody knew it. They then pointed out that they were born in 1990… How can I be only 25 yet be made to feel both really old and really young at the same time!?!

  2. Anonymous March 4, 2005 at 12:59 pm #

    That last comment was from Aamnda by the way!

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