This wasn’t the post I was going to write. I was going to write something quirky and random - the usual. But I was lying in bed unable to sleep the other night. And you know how it is when you can’t sleep. You eventually start to look back over your life history, like you … Continue reading One June Evening in 1996
Is it just me, or was I badly brought up? Either way, I think it's best to know your limitations; it’s easier on one’s fragile ego to just accept there are things you are painfully deficient at or in (whether it's your own fault or your faulty upbringing). Of course, you should pat yourself on … Continue reading 5 things I’m truly terrible at and it’s probably too late to start practising
I know, it’s Friday. And I’m not trying to mess with your head, but I need to publish this blog today. Today is a time to say goodbye. They say, when you reach a certain age, you attend more funerals than you do weddings. Sadly, that certainly seems to be the case for me. I … Continue reading We’ll Meet Again
Hello! Remember me? I used to write a weekly blog roundabout these parts. I’m sorry; I needed to take a bit of a break from blog-land (apologies other bloggers too, I haven't even been reading other people's). I think I just got tired of the sound of my own voice (which, as longtime readers, … Continue reading Top of the Morning
My two daughters have turned 18 and 12 this month. It’s a fairly big milestone for both of them, and I thought as the month of July brought me my two gorgeous girls, it would be a nice time to pay homage to them. I’ve said this before in a previous blog a few years … Continue reading Children of a Lesser Adult
When it comes to food, I have been a very, very boring person for a very, very long time. My interest in nutrition (or my struggle with my behaviour towards food) has escalated since I wrote 'Food Bore' in 2016. Team this up with my enthusiasm for fitness, and I am excessively dull. People lose the will … Continue reading Food Bore (this time it’s personal) II
Now, I’m not telling you how to suck eggs, but from what I understand, ‘car boot sales’ or 'boot fairs' (if you're posh) are mainly a British phenomenon. The most similar thing you would find in the U.S. would be a flea market, I guess. In my country, people usually converge on some large … Continue reading Tables ‘o’ Crap!