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.
This photo is a year old today. I only know that because a part of me knew I would get better and therefore kept note of the date. I don’t know if you can tell but this is me at a real low. The lowest I had felt in a very long time. I got … Continue reading Sad face and silk sheets.
Was it Mr Pink? In the observatory? With a draft excluder? We’ve all played Cluedo before, or have we? That’s a lot of questions to open with, isn’t it? Until very recently, I had not played Cluedo. That was why it was on my list of 30 things to do before I turned 30. How … Continue reading #27 – Play Cluedo.
They say that horses are intelligent creatures, don't they? Wait, am I thinking of dolphins? Or velociraptors? Clever girl. Anyway, one of the things I really wanted to do was ride a horse. I think I was inspired by Django Unchained. I can't think what other reason I have for wanting to do anything. Ride … Continue reading #11 – Ride a horse.
Dear Paul, As you can imagine, this is a weird letter to have to write. I mean, I'm me. You're me. It's asking for all kinds of disappointment for either one, or both of us. I have spent a lot of years worrying about not achieving the great things I always felt I would achieve. … Continue reading #5 – Write a letter to myself at the age of 60.
It would be fair to say that our little seaside town is not short of talent. That’s why I was pleased to see that one of the most prominent voices on the local scene, Davey Hal, was working on his first solo album, and enthralled when he asked me to give Materials Logic an exclusive … Continue reading Davey Hal – Materials Logic