Entries by Steve Maughan

Roy Clements

As a student at Cambridge in the 80s I religiously attended Eden Baptist church.  The minister at the time was Roy Clements. I would say Roy Clements is one of the most influential people in my life (after my family).  In my opinion he was the best preacher in the UK at that time (Don Carson was […]

New Federal Government Golf Rules

President BHO has recently appointed a Golf Czar and major rule changes in the game of golf will become effective in November 2010. This is only a preview as the complete rule book (expect 2000 pages) is being rewritten as we speak. Here are a few of the changes. Golfers with handicaps: – below 10 […]

Evie’s Gymnastics

Evie just loves her gymnastics. So much so it’s hard for her to walk across an open floor without doing a cartwheel (Oh to have the energy of an eight year old)!  Today was the Little Gym’s 2010 Fall Festival.  As part of the event Evie and her fellow Jets (the display team) demonstrated their […]

Grandma’s First Cheerleading Lesson

We took this while in the UK this summer.  Evie was amazed that Grandma had never learnt how to be a cheerleader.  She decided to show Grandma what she’d been missing and coaxed her into taking her first cheerleading lesson.  Stephanie and Pippa come along for the ride.  I thought Grandma did remarkably well at following […]

How (and not when) will the Euro Collapse?

How will the Euro collapse? Take a look at these possible outcomes and decide for yourself which one is the most likely.

2nd Grade Flag Football

Evie has been trying her hand at “Flag Football”.  For those uninitiated, this is a form of American football without the rough bits.  Which makes it ideal for kids.  Somewhat surprisingly girls and boys play this sport together.  Well tonight was their last match so I thought I’d take some snaps for the photo album.  Here’s […]

Make Mine Freedom

This is a must watch.  The principles in this cartoon haven’t changed.  Remember the context of what was happening at that time.  Over the pond in Europe, 1948 was the start of the post-war welfare states.  In many ways many of today’s problems can be traced back to these ponzi schemes (entitlement programs).

Evangeline & Pippa Playing in the Pool

It’s starting to get *hot* in central Florida.  Pippa has just finished her swimming lessons and is enjoying her new aquatic skills.  In this clip she does her best to keep up with her older sister!

Are You Inspired?

I’ve collected a selection of quotes that have inspired me: http://www.stevemaughan.com/miscellaneous/inspirational-quotes/ ..hopefully they’ll inspire *YOU*!