It’s been quite a while since I posted a blog – and in the meantime life has been rolling along at a rather sedate pace.
Yesterday was a bit of a nothing day. That’s not to say that nothing happened – but I was left feeling a bit flat after
It’s been a busy couple of weeks – and the work associated with moving and unpacking my partner’s belongings (related to her move to Warwick
I’m going back to basics this week and I suppose that with this I need to fess up and ‘out’ myself a little. I’ve been
I slept like a baby last night. Well… That’s not strictly true. I actually woke up at 11.30pm on my sofa half way through an evening bowl
So it’s been a while. How have you been? Ok I hope? Good. I’ve missed you – but haven’t felt like I wanted to talk
If I’m honest I’ve probably been rather hard on myself this week. You can tell people over and over when giving advice that they should
Finally!!! The sun is out!!! It’s been hanging in the sky unashamedly for a couple of days now – and it’s presence is beginning to
Days really don’t get much better than today, because after what’s been (not counting the last three years) a lifetime of continual failure I finally
Anniversaries. They’re funny things. They can be a cause for celebration, a reason for reflection, moments of triumph – or reminders of sadness. Some are
Well – it’s THAT time of year again. I get to find out what my diabetes results are. I know I’ve been a good boy
Good grief I’m cold. Although I love having a significantly smaller posterior these days what I’m not so keen on is having hands and feet
There are times that I’m tempted to not write something down in a post – mostly because I think it will sound silly – but
I’ve been in an inexplicably good mood today. On paper there’s no particular reason why I should be. It’s cold, windy, rainy, there are no
So – yesterday’s post was pretty downbeat, and I’d be lying if I said that this morning I bounced out of bed like a happy
A couple of days ago (on Wednesday) I went to the House of Commons for a Slimming World reception hosted by Baroness Benjamin. I know
It’s been a quiet few days and I’ve (so far) had no further incidents of vertigo since last Monday – which is a blessed relief.
I find myself unexpectedly awake in the small hours of the morning and I can’t sleep because I have a variety of thoughts rolling around
I dislike doctors waiting rooms with a passion and in this respect I doubt I’m alone. They’re always full of ill people and there’s nothing
You join me for the epilogue of my adventures in Birmingham. Part three is here part two can be found here and part one is here.