Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Twitter Twatter #16

February 2015 on the Twitter:

Friday, 24 July 2015

In Absentia

One period of busy has been replaced by another and I have continued neglecting this blog. Sorry. On the plus side, I have been writing. Just not here, obviously. Sorry again.

In my absence, something I wrote for Buzzfeed has reached over 10,000 views.

Friday, 10 July 2015

Twitter Twatter #15

January 2015's tweets

Wednesday, 8 July 2015


Alongside planning a wedding, I have also been learning to drive. Not getting around to it at the age of seventeen and then years of living in London, meant it sort of passed me by.

Moving up the country, and indeed into the country, meant driving has become a necessity. So in December, last year I began learning to drive. It's harder than it looks that driving lark. My years of being a passenger hadn't prepared me as much as I expected.

After a mere sixth months of lessons and a lot of doubt that I could do it, I took my test the other day. I was convinced I'd failed and I think that was my saving grace, because I relaxed. I began treating it like just another lesson, albeit a very expensive lesson. I couldn't quite believe it when he said I'd passed.

So, look out road users of Britain, guess who passed their driving test today?

(it was me...)

Monday, 6 July 2015

Twitter Twatter #14

Tweets from December 2014:

Saturday, 27 June 2015


I'm sorry this blog has been quiet for a while, but Sarah and I have been organising something that has taken up the majority of our time.

Last Saturday, we got married. Here we are under some antlers.

Here we are again with some booze.

And finally at the, completely transformed, village hall for the wedding reception.

All in all, the day couldn't have gone better and we couldn't be happier. We have both spent much of this week exhausted and are now enjoying a well-deserved rest.

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Twitter Twatter #13

November 2014

It's another round of Portmantwho, the Doctor Who name game that nobody else is playing:

I presume that the 10th of November was a Monday, and that I felt to share the lyrics to Pulp's 'Monday Morning':

Here's artist Chris Wormell being fantastic in a window:

It might have been another Wendy Williams:

Here's a collection of retweets sharing the now optimistic hashtag #CameronMustGo. They are just as relevant now given recent events: