posted by Chris Tilling @ 8:34 PM
Dear Chris - just seen this (you know that Sam is doing well if I have time to read your blog again!!).Sam is indeed doing really well. If anyone is interested, this is the building (the top) that Sam fell from - http://is.gd/IzsEDH and when the air ambulance got to him, apart from the broken bones, he had 'fixed and dilated pupils' - as the neuro surgeon said to him, "that's interesting as that normally means you are dead". Apart from that, broken heel, broken upper right leg, broken pelvis, broken elbows, broken ribs, punctured lung, broken jaw. This was Sam 2 days in (quite graphic with medical tubes etc, so avoid if squeamish)) - http://is.gd/sUFO6B and this was Sam last week - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Wa1-dVI_SQ Miraculous? We think so - thank you Chris, and thanks to all who prayed - To say it has been appreciated is an understatement. God bless to all of you. Rob Kean (Sam's very happy dad)
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I am New Testament Tutor at St Mellitus College and St Paul's Theological Centre, London. I'm also a Visiting Lecturer at King's College London. Less well known is that I am also the original writer of the now famous song “Beans, beans, good for your heart…”, and inventor of the “you must have fallen out of the stupid/ugly tree” repertoire of insults. I am the main proponent of the Human Faecal Matter for Brains Opening in chess (actually not what I wanted to call my brilliant and original opening Knight manoeuvre 1.Na3, 2.Nc1), and I also claim to have independently discovered the haiku™ poetry form (© Copyright Chris Tilling 2007) without any help from the Japs. My blog, Chrisendom, is primarily occupied with biblical and theological themes – especially those Apostle Paul shaped, but I try as best as I can to squeeze in a decent amount of inappropriate baloney on the way.
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