Our Crack Little Crack
I. Do. Not. Like. Nature.
I had cause to go into the back garden the other day and that small patch of land seemed strangely unfamiliar to me.
When I find myself cast into an arena of despair, mentally speaking, I like to think about dying and disease, as well as starvation, violence, terrorism, war and the end of th...
With all of this Brexit kerfuffle taking place (I expect you’ve heard something about it) there are a few bits of government business going under the radar.
It’s beginning to look a lot like – STILL JANUARY
It’s beginning to look a lot like – STILL JANUARY. Boo! I miss Christmas!
I'm Talking January
I know Christmas is so close now you can almost smell the disappointment of opening your big Christmas present only to discover that it is a Prue Leith endorsed birthing pool,...
Why Do You Think...
Chances are you’ll be meeting up with family members you don’t often see over Christmas and – I’m warning you now – chances are one of them will come out with the statement: “...
An Ox Wearing A Reindeer Jumper
It didn’t seem that long ago when Christmas was merely a speck on the horizon. Now it’s a vast, lumbering, ox of a thing.
How was your Black Friday? Call me a soppy old sentimentalist, but I prefer things the way they used to be (i.e. Black Friday circa 2016).
I’m not on The Facebook but I do get to hear about some of the tripe that my relations write on it occasionally.
The US Midterms
I sat up late to watch the US midterm elections last week and there were some strange old coves that managed to get themselves elected.
I used to really love Bonfire Night
I used to really love Bonfire Night (or Guy Fawkes or Fireworks Night or whatever you want to call it).
It’s sodding Halloween on Wednesday. How do I know that it’s sodding Halloween?
I went to the pictures on my own last week to see ‘Cold War'...