No, sorry to disappoint you- or possibly relieve you, this is not going to be a retrospective look back on childhood memories of annoyingly twee coming of age series The Wonder Years. No what I call the Wonder Years are the moments which, I am sure we all do at some point, is when you … Continue reading The Wonder Years
Back in my University Days one of my subjects while studying my degree was Radio Documentaries and as part of the course for my final project I had to pitch three documentary ideas. The three which I pitched were The Nat Gonella Story, which as the name suggests would have been a documentary on the … Continue reading Radio Times
Feel free to have a go yourselves. 1) Are your parents married or divorced? Married 40 years+ as dad says "40 years, I'd have got less if I'd murdered her." 2) Are you a vegetarian? Nopes, but have often will opt for Vegetarian options in chain pubs as they tend to be less ding-dinners. 3) … Continue reading A Small Survey
https://youtu.be/88NBnD7Z0dE A question LTD postulates without words through music, although obviously the song has been performed many times by many artists with the haunting lyrics whether it be Sammy Davis Jr, Matt Monroe or Tony Bennett. However these are times when I beg the question who can I turn to? At the end of the … Continue reading Who Can I Turn To…?
What did you or did not like about the first place you lived without your parents? I particularly liked having the space to spread myself as it were. I didn't particularly like having a busy main road right on my doorstep with Juggernauts driving by at all hours. Oh and the sodding peacocks! Noisy bastards … Continue reading Share Your World 5th March 2018
My favourite prompt you come across in Job Interviews and various questionnaires is "Describe your typical day". But that begs the question what exactly is typical? Can you define it, especially in a trade based on the ever changing mood and tastes of the great British public. Weekend days are always very different from week days and … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Typical
That seems to be the headline theme running across the British News at the moment what with the Beast from the East and Storm Emma hitting our shores (don't them sound like they are part of a WWF Tag Team?) and what has resulted in mass hysteria across parts of the UK.... mainly because so … Continue reading The Snows of Terror
Now I am not the most tidy of people, I am not going to deny that. People often scream that'll catch something because I don't have a perfectly organised home. But there is a difference between Messy and Dirty. My surfaces are clean, spillages are cleaned up and shelves are regularly polished, so the whole … Continue reading Messy not Dirty