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Dundee Stu

Books are for reading!

5 September 2004

Despite the reasonable weather we had today, I never managed to set foot outside the door. The reason was simple: Linda had things to do, and Liam didn't want to do anything. Rather than drag him, kicking and screaming, for a walk, or, God forbid, expect him to come cycling with me, I took the easy way out and went nowhere. Instead, we sat and watched The Passion of the Christ. I am not a particularly religious person, but I was impressed with the film, and the way that it portrayed Christ's humanity. I managed to tidy my study, and came across some books that I am supposed to review. The rest of the day was spent trying to help Liam with his maths homework. All I can say is God help me when he starts doing algebra... I had enough problems with his long divisions!

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Anne Young06-Sep-2004 20:25
Nice toning and perspective.
penny roots06-Sep-2004 18:20
ps i was talking about the " A little light reading " remark .
penny roots06-Sep-2004 18:17
Haha , yeah right !! LOL . Lovely shot , wonderful tone .
Larry Ahern06-Sep-2004 12:06
The true passion of Christ was his love and his life not his blood and his death. But you have some work to do there don't you:)
northstar3706-Sep-2004 08:50
That will keep you going for a bit!
Zak06-Sep-2004 08:36
LIGHT reading??? :-o
jypsee06-Sep-2004 05:02
I'm with Jude on the passion crap; right wing church nuts here in the US have made it a "must see" movie and I hate what they're doing to the culture of this country...I'm reading Clinton's autobiography and Garrison Keillor's "Homegrown Democrat" with "What's the Matter With Kansas" by Thomas Franks waiting in the wings...
laine8206-Sep-2004 03:55
Those books are definately not lightweight material. Nice angle & light on this shot Stewart.
Karen Leaf06-Sep-2004 01:51
Nice tones on this one, Stewart. But light reading???
Gayle P. Clement06-Sep-2004 00:19
Nice shot, Stewart. Quite a stack. Better get busy.
Guest 05-Sep-2004 23:55
Great PaD Stewart.
Herb 05-Sep-2004 23:08
Nice composition.
jude05-Sep-2004 22:58
Very nice perspective on these books, Stewart. I like the monochrome hue here as well.
People raved about the Passion of Christ but i've had no interest in seeing it at all. Probably miss a good movie because of my stubborn