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Well we got down here in one go. The plan was for me to pick up Oscar on Friday at 2:30pm once he finished school for the Xmas holidays, but before that I had to finish off some of the game stuff. Once sorted it was just a case of filling up the car with all my stuff.
Xmas is upon us and time has flown by. Today is my last day of work before the Xmas holiday and personally I’m really looking forward to the break. Read the rest of this entry »
Unlike the other two post, I only have half a month to talk about now.
Jacky’s birthday was at the beginning of the month, though she asked for Duke not to be there on Thursday evening as she was going to have cake and the Pippa’s boys over. Read the rest of this entry »
September was going to be a month not to forget for both good a bad points. First of all the month started with our early 3 year anniversary. Jon put in a post code in my SatNav and off we went, we did this last year as well and ended up in gorgeous Manor House called Etington Park.
The weather here has been unbearable, with temperatures reaching 29C on Sunday (88F). Though this all came to a head last night as a fantastic thunder storm raged for only a few minutes but was enough to put a dampener on things, but then it got really muggy (at 23:30) but then during the night it rained again and this was enough to turn the tide and finally bring in the cool breeze.
Rock band has finally come out in the UK. Though it’s been out over in the States for up to 6 months I believe. This is by the same makers as Guitar Hero I & II (though Guitar Hero III is made by someone else) the idea of the previous two games is that on your plastic guitar you watch the screen and as the notes move down the screen and cross the line, you press the corresponding button and strum the guitar. Read the rest of this entry »
This was a response of mine to a friend’s blog post. was posted about how much he hated being tagged as different things for example being a ‘geek’ (which the everyday stereotype certainly does not fit) and how he should take some more risks in his life and not sit back and ponder everything. Read the rest of this entry »