So here we are in the middle of a double bank holiday bonanza. So last weekend Friday heralded a family day out to Llandudno. I have been to Llandudno many a time when I was little as I had a great Aunty who lived there and remember many an hour spent in the arcade called […]Read More No Llandudno, No Playstation, No darts win.
So Sunday morning comes and im awake for 9 so I decide to log onto the Glastonbury ticket site and see if I can get some last minute tickets. Mrs Fay was unsure if she wanted to go due to getting childcare for us and in the end all the tickets were sold without even […]Read More Last gasp Glasto and Royal wedding build up.
So it’s with a heavy heart I announce my slide or should that be decline into middle age. This week whilst looking for podcasts to listen to in work I decided to download “Desert Island Discs” from Radio 4. Desert Island Discs is the longest running factual radio programme in history. First broadcast in 1942 […]Read More My slide into middle age…….wheeeeeeeee. Desert Island Discs.
Just a tweeked version of last years blog. So the 15th of April comes around yet again and its a day I dont look forward to. 15/04/1989 and its now 22 years since Liverpool fans went to Hillsborough for a F.A.Cup semi final and 96 of them died. I didnt go the match that day […]Read More 15th April once again a TWAT of a day
So time for another blog and to resist the temptation to ramble on about the state of the country etc. It’s a busy couple of weeks in work as I try and make up time for all the fookin bank holidays at the end of the month including an extra one for the wedding. Being […]Read More Peppa Pig respite
So its with a heavy heart that I bring you more shocking news. The last blog was about the demise of the I.M.Marsh. This time its the demise of the Sunday Sport. How can we forget headlines like “London Bus found frozen in Antarctic Ice” or indeed “World war II bomber found on moon” Ah […]Read More What no Sunday Sport and a whole lot of Zumba.