I can be easily confused and moving to a new house may be the straw that broke the camel’s back.
Good morning from sunny Hartlepool, don’t check your weather forecasts, they are not always accurate. Besides, it was sunny, when
There seem to be so many re-runs I’ve decided now is the time to join in. Not because it saves
To anyone who has not seen The Sound of Music, the title of this blog will be lost on you.
The phone rings and a pleasant female voice says cheerily: “Hello, my lovely, how are you this evening?” Either you
In days of yore, when Blu-Ray was first invented. Actually, was it around in ‘days of yore’? Anyway, it was
Have you noticed that percentages are broken? Today it was noted by the BBC weather app that there was a
We have been practising our significant looks; this is going to be interesting to get over in writing. Have you
Watching ‘Call the Midwife’, yes I look away a lot. Not sure why I watch it really. I have realised
I love the Buzz Lightyear’s call in Toy Story, “To infinity and beyond.” But what can be beyond infinity? Isn’t
Some of you may get the impression that I watch a lot of films; wrong, I watch a lot of
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-57155304 Not before time, they recognised this.
Mary and I have been thinking about dogs’ names. No, we don’t have a dog. It’s an idea we had;
I have noticed in films and series, an increasing number of disabled actors. Particularly wheelchair users. The trouble is,
Those who keep up with my blogs will remember that I wrote to the BBC to ask about becoming a
Being long term ill gives me a lot of time to watch films. Mainly because there are hours on end
A few years ago, before I was in a wheelchair, I was queueing in a Post Office. As I
Someone pointed out that with the word “Queue”, the letter ‘Q’ does all the work and the rest of the
Why is it that packing into cardboard boxes is like using a reverse Tardis? I am sure you all remember
Dear Mr Nevin, It was good to catch up with you by telephone the other day and I certainly enjoyed