On Sunday morning I’m going to be on Radio Cambridgeshire with my mummy and my sister. We’re doing the Sunday reflections for the whole of June so there will be a new one every week! They are all based on the Wisdom of Daniel, and the first one is called ‘Did God actually save the Queen’. You can hear it here or you can listen on Sunday.
It was really cool being in the studio to do the recording. There was one really big microphone – it was huge, and had a little cage round it. We used smaller microphones that were different colours. I had the green one, Joanna’s was blue, and Mummy’s was red.
In the entrance hall to the studio there was a giant Pudsey Bear.
When I die and go to heaven I want to take some paper and crayons with me so I can draw a picture of God and then throw it back for people to look at when they’re alive.
Me (sighing): There’s nothing good any more.
Me: I mean on telly. There’s nothing good on telly any more. That’s all I meant.
I had an idea that I could have a hug that lasted my whole life, in a blanket, and I could do it for charity. Is there a hug charity?
Me: Why are people ringing the church bells when it’s not bellringing night?
Mummy: They’re visiting bellringers. They go round to different churches and ring the bells.
Me: Then do they run away?
Mummy laughed a lot and said I should put this on my website. It’s not that funny though is it?