All good things must come to an end

And so, it is with a heavy heart that I have to announce the end of my 10 year relationship.
It had it’s ups and downs.
We had good times and bad.
We’ve made dates, we’ve broken dates.
We’ve shared good news with others and bad news too.
We’ve been through so much together.
We’d stopped making an effort. I wasn’t offered the same wonderful promises newer, younger, people were offered.
It was my longest relationship and now it’s over…. keep reading

Hey Wills, you’re not alone.

Last week, during a visit to Vietnam,  Prince William admitted he struggled with parenthood.

The internet was vicious!

HOW VERY DARE HE? cried Twitter.

“U don’t know meaning of struggle”*

“This man has no idea what it means to struggle in life”

*SLOW HAND CLAP* keep reading

Happy 18th birthday Google (other search engines are available)

One of the best inventions for any parent/new parent is the smart phone.
Not because it keeps you in touch with other adults via phone calls and social media. Not because we can enforce photos of our little angels 24hrs a day on people whether they like it or not.
Oh no no no, because it means that Google is right there, in your hand, night or day with all the answers you desire and some you really don’t. Continue reading “Happy 18th birthday Google (other search engines are available)”

Hi 1993? It’s me, you!

A friend posted this on my Facebook timeline….

“.on reflection…having lived a fun and interesting ‘couple of years’* since your teens, what 10 things would you tell/teach your 15 year old self if you could? Continue reading “Hi 1993? It’s me, you!”

“To perform like Linford, you’ve got to think like Linford….”

n the 90s, Kris Akabusi (the most smiley athlete in all the land, nay the world) told us we had to have PMA to succeed.

Positive Mental Attitude.

OK, so he was trying to flog us a certain brand of washing powder but it’s always stuck with me, if in a lighthearted way. When stuff is a bit tough or if someone has an interview I’d declare “PMA” but I didn’t really think anything of it. Until now. Continue reading ““To perform like Linford, you’ve got to think like Linford….””