Okay Dr, I’ll See You At the Pub

Hello all, a very simple blog this. It won't take long. Last week I took an exceptionally bad pain in my right ear. Now, I spent a lot of time with this pain about ten years ago, including several trips to appointments at the hospital. It was never particularly solved, my hearing was declared perfect, … Continue reading Okay Dr, I’ll See You At the Pub

Pet Life: Part Two

While skimming through some old posts earlier I realised that back in September last years I wrote Pet Life: Part One and never got around to writing Part Two. So, here it is. I finished up the last blog with saying goodbyes to Reb. Then there's always that part of you that says you won't … Continue reading Pet Life: Part Two

The Uplifting Power of a Stranger

Here we are in the Christmas season. It has, in a way, been a struggle to get here. Now we are it seems that the politicians can't decide how we should spend Christmas because of Covid-19. I believe that no one is waiting on the politicians making any decisions and I think that people have … Continue reading The Uplifting Power of a Stranger

It’s Sort of Looking a Bit Like Christmas

It's been a heck of a year, not in a good way. We've been locked down, locked out, stuck without being to visit friends and family if they're not within a certain bubble. People have died, people have suffered. COVID-19 has not been good to anyone in any way. Back in March most of the … Continue reading It’s Sort of Looking a Bit Like Christmas

OK Not To Be OK

I haven't written here in while, mostly because the platform seems to be off at times and I have been writing long sentences and they don't appear. Not so with this one. I came across this song during a surf of Spotify. This a brilliant, if simply produced video and a song that should mean … Continue reading OK Not To Be OK

Scottish Government Fails Exams

In March of this year the Deputy First Minister/Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney, swung the axe and put paid to the sitting of exams in Scotland for the year.  Back then it would be fair to assume that many thought that the lock down and the closure of schools would be a … Continue reading Scottish Government Fails Exams