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11 December 2008


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dan heaver

here here.

hello david. nice to read you.


Tom Harle

I'm at another part of University of Wales so it's great to hear about other students here blogging, I've had a quick look and Sian's looks like a great site.

Personally I've really enjoyed writing my own little blog and reading a whole bunch of others. But there are friends in my class who have dipped their toes but not really jumped right in yet. I think a lot of the time we're scared we'll say the 'wrong' thing, which is silly because the main thing I've learned is about the power of the conversation and how lovely and supportive everyone can be.

Anyway, just thinking aloud. I like the flowers/humanity quote, thanks


I'm still up for joining a club in Pall Mall if you are. Richard can nominate us.


Hello David,
I am thrilled to hear that you like my blog, It's quite exciting that other bloggers and internet users can see what I'm writing and what I'm interested in so easily. How did you find me?
Going to St. Bride's was a good experience and surreal that we were there on the same day, as I said in my blog entry, I didn't really go with the intention of finding anything specific, I just wanted to see what was available. It's a shame that you didn't find what you were looking for.
So glad to hear from you,

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