I started working at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in October 2016 and it was the first time I felt like I was within a workplace where I could whole-heartedly and passionately throw myself into the topic matter. It was something I could be passionate about outside of working hours as well as within. I’ve always…… Continue reading Dear Maggie,
Something quite traumatic happened recently. My Notes on my iPhone somehow deleted itself. Yes, yes, I know what you’re thinking…either “Is that all?” or “Yeh, right ‘deleted itself’, you mean you pressed something…” Well actually it was neither. I’m fairly computer/technology literate, and when you have several notes on there you’ve kept for around 6…… Continue reading Goodbye Lists
I’ve started walking the 4.5miles to work in the morning, mainly for the following reasons: Free exercise, and it’s better for my knee than running I’m too lazy to do anything in the evening (plus it affects my guilt levels when I arrange social outings) It’s sunny (supposedly) Saving money (every little helps) It helps…… Continue reading A walk in the park
Whatever you may call it, Santander Cycles, Barclays Bikes, or whether it will always just be a ‘Boris Bike’ no matter what colour, sponsor it is (or how much money they paid for the deal), the red bikes certainly do look a lot more appealing. Things need freshening up round here.
Who knew a few bears in London would be so exciting? I’m a geek at heart and so I like to tick off a few of the bears I’ve seen – but this one is my best shot. A bear, a Christmas tree and a cathedral.
Just putting it out there, guys – I’m from England. It couldn’t be simpler – I was born in England. Technically, well actually, this makes me English. West Yorkshire – it’s very English over there. It’s in the United Kingdom. England in the United Kingdom, you know that place. I understand, that sometimes, for those…… Continue reading “Where are you REALLY from?”
Why do people think it’s ok to tell another person to ‘cheer up’? It’s annoying when you know them. It’s rude if you don’t know them. And it’s a catalyst for rage when I am actually angry. Don’t people know that just because I’m not smiling, doesn’t mean I’m unhappy? Don’t people know that this…… Continue reading “Cheer up love”