…And it seems I’m back. What have I been up to to warrant such neglect of this blog? Quite a lot actually. Been working lots, have been recovering from surgery, been tattooed, started going to the gym again, started smoking… Continue Reading
The older I’m getting the more I’ve slowly been reducing the amount of cigarettes I smoke. Whilst at uni it wasn’t uncommon for me to go through 20 a day, more if I went out drinking in the evening (no smoking ban… Continue Reading
At the beginning of the year I suffered my first gallstone attack and a scan back in January more or less confirmed that I needed to get my gallbladder removed. In the time since I’ve started going to the gym… Continue Reading
Ahhh good ol Instagram.
I finally, after 20 years of waiting got to see the R.H.C.P. live, and in my hometown to boot. The tickets were ridiculously priced (at nearly £60) but I got to see 4 bands for that and I paid zero… Continue Reading
Pretty much went past my gaff today. The weather was dismal but the atmosphere wasn’t.
Back in April I was shown a site for Foodie Pen Pals by one of my friends who knows how much I enjoy cooking and baking. Thinking it would be a lot of fun I signed up. I was told who… Continue Reading
It’s been hectic as of late I’ll give it that. You wouldn’t think I’ve just came back from a week in Spain. Literally all I did there was eat, drink and with the exception of a jaunt to Barcelona one… Continue Reading
Anyone who knows me in real life will have noticed the huge tattoo that covers all of my right arm. It’s been a work in progress by Bez at Triplesix Studios for over 3 years and back in January it… Continue Reading
I found out at the end of last year that I have gallstones after two hideous attacks that left me crippled in agony and as weak as a kitten. One night the pain was that bad I ended up in my local… Continue Reading
I’ve been rather quiet as of late I know. This is purely because I’ve recently moved home and am no longer residing at FCHQ. Service will probably resume once my life has returned to a state of normality. My New… Continue Reading