Now, if there are any vegetarians out there, I apologise in advance, but this post is about bacon. I have recently heard a story in the news about a national bacon shortage that was gripping the UK. I must say that I didn't believe it, and thought that it was just fake news or someone … Continue reading Pass the Bacon Please
For the past two Christmases, we have somehow ended up with a kitten running around. In fact, last year we had siblings that were only a couple of months old. We thoroughly enjoyed their playing and chasing balls, but when it came time to put up the Christmas tree, things turned ugly. Last year, we … Continue reading The Tree Goes Up, The Tree Goes Down
I know that for retailers everywhere, Christmas starts just after the last pumpkin has been carved, but this trend is now starting to spread. Driving down the road in my village, I spied a couple of houses that has started to put up lights; this being the end of November. Now that we have officially … Continue reading Lights, Tinsel, Action
So, I was having a in-depth discussion with the good wife today about choosing to do things that ultimately caused me frustration. I'm not talking about choosing to put my socks on, or choosing to get my daughter ready for school. I mean, choosing to do something or go somewhere that I know will make … Continue reading Choosing a Choice I Wouldn’t Choose to Choose
This week I have been thinking about the things I learn as a writer. Writing for so many clients, I have to do research on many different subjects. I often think of myself as Jabez Wilson, the red headed pawnbroker in the Sherlock Holmes story 'The Red Headed League.' In that story, Jabez Wilson was … Continue reading The Artificial Knee Company
With my first year anniversary of being confirmed upon me, I have been looking to how my faith has changed over the years. I have also been thinking a lot about my faith in general, which for me can be a good or bad thing. To say that my relationship with God has been tumultuous would … Continue reading Confirmation Anniversery
This was a question that my wife and I have been pondering over the past week or so. Mainly because one of our youngest cats Ebony has gone missing. She is not quite a year old and is the most gentle and loving cat we have ever had. She never ventured outside the garden, yet one … Continue reading Why do we Have Pets?