I know it’s February 2017, and I’m a bit late on this, but it’s a tradition to sum up my year gone by…better late than never and all that, so here it is (what I remember of it anyway): The year 2016 was one of lifetime adventures, big changes and memorable moments. It was -…… Continue reading 2016: my year in review
I went to Brighton the other weekend to go to Wild Life Festival – created by the guys from Disclosure and Rudimental. It was a great day – we went on the Saturday to see Busta Rhymes, Flume and Disclosure, and I also got to reminisce and relive some of my childhood memories the next…… Continue reading Festival Observations
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 remember the first day I took you home. There were, in fact, two of you. You were an honest mistake. My sister bought you in the wrong size, and instead of taking it back to H&M in Leeds, she let me have you (and bought herself the right size). It was great, you fitted…… Continue reading A love letter to my jacket
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.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 690 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 12 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the…… Continue reading 2014 in review