English Patience

I had a meal with my parents at the weekend, and the afternoon made me chuckle as I looked around and saw something which made me realise how funny the English are.  Basically we had gone to a really nice English pub which we’d previously visited and the food was so good we decided to … More English Patience

Lake District trip

Last weekend I made a trip to the Lake District with a number of my fellow running friends from my running club and it was amazing!  The first night didn’t initially bode well, with a huge rain storm hitting while a few of us were eating in a nice pub! I understand this can be … More Lake District trip

A Bryson Review

I’ve just finished reading a book by one of my favourite authors, Bill Bryson; The Road to Little Dribbling”. For those that don’t know who Bill is (I’m not on first name terms with him, but it’s easier to call him that rather than his whole name all the time!), he is an american author … More A Bryson Review

Scare Fest

I can remember my earliest nightmare, one from childhood from when I was about 5 years old and which could be made into a decent horror movie (actually..I’m going to register my nightmare so that I own the copyright to it! No films without my permission please!!) which involved me waking up to see a … More Scare Fest

Every little helps!

The 21st century world is turning into a manic world, governed by work and technology. This became obvious to me as I walked through town today at lunch time, where everyone I passed were engrossed in their own little world, only glancing up every few steps to make sure they wouldn’t walk into anyone while. … More Every little helps!