#24 My memory doesn’t stretch back this far at this point. Ah yes, Chablis. Probably my favourite wine.#25 Finally a Christmas Day without anything being thrown, smashed, without a blazing two hour row or me ending up eating a block of cheese on the couch during Eastenders.#26 Sleep. I’ve been sleeping a lot this holiday. Continue reading “100 Days #24 #25 #26 #27”
#21 Freedom to eat grilled halloumi and pepper on a potato waffle at 10:30 pm. Surely what being grown up is about.#22 Rolling soaps on the TV. Helping you out of tough spots and allowing you to basically be a zombie for a few hours, possibly every evening.#23 Music that reminds you of places. I’mContinue reading “100 Days #21 #22 #23”
#19 Roast dinner. I’ve not really had many, but they are very good, aren’t they? I can imagine if my mother had done one every weekend, I might get attached.#20 London at night, especially the South Bank and the river nearby. Boats flitting down the Thames. Guiding lights from the Westminster Bridge making streams ofContinue reading “100 Days #19 #20”
I was supposed to do these daily but I just don’t find the time to be reflective. Which is I guess, part of the problem. In pressing ahead, you don’t really get the chance to sit down and think. That’s why the Review of the Year or Review of the Decade programmes that come onContinue reading “100 Days #16 #17 #18”
#13. Cheese. Cheese is really good.#14. Google Reader.#15. Real ale#16. Chocolate biscuits
#10. Chris Killen, The Bird Room – not finished it yet but it zips along at a nice pace and almost made me forget the train journey#11. Random nights in pubs – good stuff#12. Paracetemol
#7. Writing. Although I don’t do enough any more. #8. Reading. Although I don’t do enough any more. #9. My Mom. Awesome although she has passed on several neuroses to me, and so has my father, leading to yours truly.
#6 Central Heating. It’s bitterly cold outside and warm in here.
#5. The first 16 bars of Gary Wright’s ‘Heartbeat’. Awesome, including the Topmodelz remix and the version Jay-Z did.
#4. Perspective. Is extremely useful but can easily disappear. This is hard to do without sounding cheesy.