Barry's Blog

Dunfermline based web developer, long lost brother, husband, father, & guitarist

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Fresh Start of Sorts

Well here it is, a new blog. Well not new exactly but an old one restarted. During development of my last blog a database error resulted in loss of data but I have taken this oppertunity to start again. So, welcome to my blog here I will talk about what ever is on my mind, or things I feel passionate about. Please note: The things I talk about and the content of my postings are not necessarily how I… View More

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Forgiveness: A meeting with my birth mother

As I posted before, my sister found me after 40 years and I also found out I have a half brother and half sister. During all this I was also told that our birth mother is also on Facebook. This was something I was not prepared for (neither was finding out I had a sister….) In the back of my mind I always knew siblings as well as birth mother were a possibility. But finding them, coming face to face is something else. Since then I… View More

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Religion in schools

Today a relative oif mine (of sorts?) posted a bigotted anti Muslem picture about keeping Islam out of schools. Below was my reply on the matter. Actually it's this kind of bigoted ignorance that we should not be exposing them to. Knowledge is the key to unlocking understanding. Teach the true meanings of ALL religion and the overwhelming similarities will be so evident for all to see. Besides what's the actual… View More

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First day

First day of the holidays after arriving and having drinks and a meal with friends we planned on coming here with we decided to do separate things this morning. Might meet up tonight we'll see how we all… View More

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Birth Mother - Family is family

Interesting how times move on, what was a massive issue one minuet is at best a minor incident at best the next. I Don't know how to explain it, but of late I have been getting to know my birth mother. Some weeks ago I went around to her house for coffee and chat. going in i felt something. Was it… View More