For ages now I’ve been thinking about trying to get a butler! In fact if I’m honest I have a preferred candidate for this role but he doesn’t want it….so I’m going global to see if the #BigSociety can help me out! My life is sort of hectic, I’m never in one place for long … More Vacancy: Personal Executive in Domiciliary Enterprise
Yesterday I blogged about the Youth Olympic Games currently taking place in Singapore. The first YOG medal was awarded to Yuka Sato of Japan for triathlon, she completed the 750m swim, 20km cycle and 5km run in 1 hour and 49 seconds. I know it would be normal for me to now focus on Sato … More Trio of triathletes at the Youth Olympic Games
August 15 2010 marks the 65th anniversary of VJ Day, the day that Japan surrendered, the official end to the Second World War. My Grandad was serving in Burma – now 92 his memories of that time are as vivid today as they were the first time round. My Grandad often says that he went … More VJ Day – in gratitude
Today saw the start of the 12-days of competition at the Youth Olympic Games, or YOG, which is being held in Singapore. This is the first ever Youth Olympic Games, the brain child of the IOC President, Jacques Rogges. There was a spectacular opening ceremony last night, highlights of which can be seen on BBC … More What it takes to be a Champion
As those of you who frequent here occasionally will know I have been blogging about my dad’s journey with bile duct cancer, cholangiocarcinoma, for a while now. My last post focused on talking about cancer and it wasn’t a particularly considered post from my perspective, it was a bit of a brain dump. I’ve been … More Blogging cancer…to what end?