Saturday, ah, I remember when you were a day for my weekend job, or a day or hangovers or a day for shopping, now you’re much like any other day. On Saturdays my gran comes over. She has her own fan club amongst my friends because she can be brutal to me. Relentlessly critical… Continue reading An Unproductive, Productive Day.
Whilst I’m in the mood…Two updates in two days? Well, well, well, aren’t I suddenly keen? Tomorrow I’m going to Sunderland to see about helping set up a LGBTQ radio session. I always feel quite weird about doing anything LGBT as I identify as Q, queer, and I worry that I taint it with my… Continue reading Queer or not too Queer?
Well, haven’t I done a terrible job of keeping up with this blogging thing? I haven’t really felt like writing for this blog much because all of the important things happening in my life feel too personal to post about. Nothing apocalyptic, but just your regular first world, mid-life, psudo dramas that I worry… Continue reading London, Teen Fiction and Sex Pests.
There’s so much to blog about at the moment isn’t there? The election, the terrorist incidents, what a jolly good time I had at the Mexican food night. I promise no great insights. On Thursday, I’ll be voting for Labour, mostly because I really like Jeremy Corbyn and his lefty peacenik ideas. I’m so worried… Continue reading Short Thoughts
I am a creature of obsessions. I’ll come across an idea and then learn as much about it as a practically can and then it’ll just be a load of relatively useless information swilling around my brain and not being of much use to me. From the edible: micro-brewing, home fermenting pickles, and sourdough, to… Continue reading Latest Obsession
I picked up a chesty cough in London. Now I’m slugging back cough syrup and cursing our capital city and all it’s germs. No music, just simmering resentment.
If I walk through Newcastle on any given day and don’t bump into 2 or 3 people I know it’s a very strange day indeed. In fact, if I don’t see anyone I know I’d start to worry I’d slipped into an alternate reality. Newcastle is quite a small city and I’ve lived here for… Continue reading I Love My Network.