Living in St Albans. Working in Camden. From Dover.
This is my space for posting my thoughts on all three of these (and whatever else takes my fancy) as part of my ongoing attempt to better myself and one day have understanding of digital watches.
I’m afraid I cannot vouch for either the quality or quantity of posts – reader beware.
- Supergirl. Total guilty pleasure viewing. Peter O'Toole! Peter Cook! Faye Dunaway! Can't believe it has the lowest… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 8 hours ago
- RT @GGBarnsley: We're off to help @FOLP_Barnsley tomorrow evening, followed by some coached running fitness. Fancy joining us? @Shaw_LaneSC… 9 hours ago
- RT @GoodGymBromley: We need all hands on deck (or rollers?) tomorrow evening, as we return to @MHCommunity01 to do some more painting. http… 9 hours ago
Category Archives: Uncategorized
I’ve been meaning to share this paper for about a year and a half, but only just figured out how to do it. That probably isn’t a glowing endorsement for the insights contained within, but stay with me! This has … Continue reading
When I was younger I used to be obsessed with a book called The Heroic Book of Failures, which as I recall was mainly about highlighting the epic levels of stupidity and inadequacy that human beings are capable of and … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about this statement a lot recently. Sometimes there are phrases that appear to catch your ears and keep recurring in conversation and “that’s why I pay my council tax” is one such phrase for me. It implies … Continue reading
Originally posted on Relational Welfare Blog Archive:
Community Links delivers a wide range of practical services in east London. One principle underpins them all: We believe it is not only possible for one human being to make a real and…
I admit that I can get quite frustrated with First Capital Connect, the operator of the Thameslink service I commute on everyday. My particular bugbear is the trains – clearly not designed for the commuter traffic they are under every … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking recently about what goes on when people lend to each other. This has been inspired by two things really: My (frustrating) attempts to start an online book-share scheme in my local village My participation in The Camden Challenge … Continue reading
… so be prepared!