It’s twelve months, one year, 365 days since my Dad died. View this post on Instagram Lost all feeling. Doodling some stuffs. #doodle #sketch #lettered #lettering #handlettered #rotring #handdrawn #ink #banner #lost A post shared by Oxblood&Co Apparel (@oxbloodandco) on Nov 15, 2013 at 12:22am PST It doesn’t feel real and yet I’ve developed a … More Life after Bobby: one year on
Rarely do I sit down and write a blog post in an instant response to something I’ve seen, I’m quite a reflective person, bit of a thinker and I tend to muse on things and have a list of ‘to write when I have time’ blog posts, but occasionally, not often, but every now and … More 999: Show them the love!
My Dad died four months ago from bile duct cancer, cholangiocarcinoma. Since then I’ve seemed to blog less, and in a way that may be no bad thing, I’ve been doing lots of thinking and reflecting and recharging, but have had less concentration and less inclination to put fingers to keyboard. Then this week a … More A case of mistaken identity? A matter of life and death
This is the third instalment of my experience with Virgin Media and so it might not make sense without the back story; if you’re interested in that you can read Virgin Media – the best and the worst, which details what happened over the Christmas break with my lack of broadband and the response from … More Service recovery: customer, process and employee
Like most people I was really looking forward to my Christmas break away from work, a chance to chill out a bit, unwind, step away from the to-do list and just generally recuperate. Life has been a little hectic of late and I was really looking forward to spending some down time, getting up late, slouching … More Virgin Media – the best and the worst
Tonight I started a new blog, http://www.acknowledgers.wordpress.com as a way of sharing some love for acknowledgements pages! As a student I spent many hours reading other people’s acknowledgements pages in a desperate attempt to provide a light diversion from the task in hand and also as a reminder that I had some opportunity to express … More Time for some acknowledgement