On 27 July I was lucky enough to attend the album launch of my good friend Davey Hal. As far as I know, I have never been to an album launch. It couldn’t have been for a kinder and more talented artist. I’ve known Davey Hal for a few years. If memory serves me correctly … Continue reading We love it when our friends become successful.
Had these printed up this week. Reminds me of what I'm missing by being back home. Live, adventure, bless, and don't be sorry.
It is often only once you are clear of an experience that you are able to recall it for what it was, as a whole, and with absolute joy. That is how I feel about backpacking around the Philippines with Clarissa. It was the best of times, and then, for a little tiny bit, it … Continue reading PH balance.
There are some things that made it onto my list of thirty things to do before I was thirty that were pure filler. Up there I would include Play Cluedo and Make a Baked Alaska, both of which I managed to do in a single, very successful, evening. There are others that have genuinely been … Continue reading #3 – Run a marathon.
It takes me back. It takes me back seven months and reminds me of what we went through. The first thing anyone else seems to notice is my smile. I hate my smile. I see the bus. That was the bus that was supposed to collect us at the end of the trek and take … Continue reading A picture speaks 860 words.
'What's Gunny doing here Jeremy?" My ears are still ringing. On Friday, the show I co-wrote, Delectably Dead, had its first trip outside of its home county. We headed to Guildford where we performed for eighty people at G Live. Despite how many times I shouted at it, my Sat Nav kept pronouncing it "live", … Continue reading #7 – Fire a gun.
Firemen are brave. Malala Yousafzai is brave. Lightning McQueen is brave. I probably shouldn’t compare them. Only one of them managed to purposely lose the Piston Cup championship and still put Radiator Springs back on the map. Last week I published a blog post about my mental health. It was pretty personal. It dealt with … Continue reading I’m not brave.