19 April 2008

Tagged!

I was tagged by The Western Confucian.

The rules are:
1. The rules of the game get posted at the beginning.
2. Each player answers the questions about himself.
3. At the end of the post, the player then tags five people and posts their names, then goes to their blogs and leaves them a comment, letting them know they’ve been tagged and asking them to read your blog.

What was I doing 10 years ago:
Visiting Greece and Bulgaria to do research for my doctoral thesis on "Orthodox mission methods".

Five things on my To Do List today:
1. Write journal article on Orthodox ecclesiology in Africa
2. Write paper on witchcraft & sorcery for ASRSA conference
3. Go to bank to sort out problem with credit card
4. Get lubricant for locks
5. Get fish to eat on Palm Sunday

Things I would do if I were a billionaire:
  • Take a trip driving from Vladivostok to St Petersburg
  • Build churches in Mamelodi and Tembisa where we now worship in classrooms
  • Build community centres next to the churches for ministry to widows & orphans, job skill training etc

Three of my bad habits:
1. Blogging.
2. Procrastinating
3. Disorganized desk.

Five places I’ve lived:
1. Durban, KZN
2. Windhoek, Namibia
3. Melmoth, KZN
4. Johannesburg
5. Tshwane, Gauteng

Five jobs I’ve had:
1. Bus conductor
2. Bus driver
3. Proof reader
4. Theology teacher
5. Editor of academic texts

Five books I’ve recently read:
1. Beckett, Simon. 2007. The chemistry of death.
2. Rimington, Stella. 2007. Secret asset.
3. Bruen, Ken. 2007. Priest.
4. Baroja, Julio Caro. 1964. The world of the witches.
5. Reichs, Kathy. 2005. Grave secrets.

The five I tagged:

3 comments:

Iosue Andreas said...

If you come to Vladivostok, let me know. It's a ferry boat away from where I live, and I have yet to visit.


I'm curious about life in Windhoek. What's it like there?

Steve Hayes said...

Well, when we win the Lotto, maybe!

Windhoek is a kind of small-town big city -- its quite small, but it's the capital, so shops have most goods available. Nice climate, though a bit dry (not good for lush gardens, if that's what you lie). Not too hot, not too cold. In a basin surrounded by mountains. Best time of the year is autumn (around now).

Michael said...

Do you have info about your dissertation posted somewhere?

The Vladivostok-St. Petersburg trip looks like a fascinating odyssey. You'll want to change your motor oil a few times along the way.

I've responded to your comment on my blog, and you've been tagged here.

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