Changing Times, Changing Discs

Isn't it funny how quickly things change in such a short space of time? Especially when it comes to media. Last night, Husband and I were watching 'Men Behaving Badly' (a classic, 90s British comedy sitcom to you young uns). Gary and Dorothy were choosing a VHS to rent and suddenly Husband and I started … Continue reading Changing Times, Changing Discs

2019… The End of an Era

2019 is probably the end of the world as we know it. Big changes are coming. People are going to suffer. It is the end of an era. Relationships built up over years are being potentially ripped apart. What? Brexit? Nah, f*** that. I’m talking about The Jeremy Kyle Show! This year is seeing the … Continue reading 2019… The End of an Era

‘I wanna be a millionaire, so freakin’ bad’ – or do I?

As much as I love this song by Bruno Mars, I don’t agree with it. I actually don’t want to be a millionaire. Why would I? Buy all the things I never had? – like what exactly? A size 10 body and feminine feet? Be on the cover of Forbes magazine? – why? So I … Continue reading ‘I wanna be a millionaire, so freakin’ bad’ – or do I?

Yawn, baby, yawn…

At what point can a toddler see someone yawn and have to yawn in return? (photo credit - my kitty, Cleo, mid yawn, ha!) Yawns are infectious. There is no denying that you cannot see, hear or even think about yawning with out yawning back. (Have you yawned yet reading this? – if so, you … Continue reading Yawn, baby, yawn…

My motherboard, My sanity

With the hours and hours (and hours and hours) of 'Peppa Pig' I have to endure with a toddler in the house, I never thought it would inspire a blog! Lately, technology and I have not had the best relationship. To be completely honest, I am really pissed off with it!! It is so bloody … Continue reading My motherboard, My sanity

‘One loyal friend is worth more than a thousand fake ones’

I didn’t realise I had such insecurities and anxieties until I was well in to my twenties. In fact, I could go as far to say I was nearer thirty when the penny dropped. Back in school with the feeling of people talking about me behind my back, mocking things that I said, making fun … Continue reading ‘One loyal friend is worth more than a thousand fake ones’