Here is another song that has some special meaning to me, there are actually two versions I like, so I will be showing you both. When I was young, I started a love of bond movies, one movie in particular was my favourite - Live and Let Die. I loved the exotic locations, the action … Continue reading Musical Reflections #9 – Live and Let Die
People who know me, know that I don't like burger vans, it isn't that I don't like the food, it's just that I don't like the idea of them. Whenever I pass one I always think that they smell nice, and I think that I might like to try a burger. It would be quite … Continue reading The Anxious Mind: Burger Vans
I received this product to trial and review; all opinions and thoughts are my own. As you may know from reading my blog, I have been suffering from Generalised Anxiety Disorder or GAD and Emetophobia for most of my life. Although I have had moments of low anxiety in that time, I have predominantly had … Continue reading VerifiedCBD Anti-Anxiety Oil Review
I attended Purley Oaks primary school in South Croydon for a few years, and I have many memories of my time there which is quite unusual for me. I remember going to camp and not liking it at all, I remember my mum working in the kitchen which was actually quite nice, and I remember … Continue reading Musical Reflections #8 – Lord of the Dance
I have mentioned before that my memory isn't good, especially around my younger years. There are only a few things I can remember, and some I'm not sure are real memories, or those created from stories my mum told me. One thing I do remember is when my brother Neil Daws was heavily into film … Continue reading Musical Reflections #7 – Band on the Run
My musical reflection this time is more of a musical remembrance because it's a song I haven't heard for a long time. You know it can sometimes happen that you are in a shop or listening to the radio and a song will come on that you haven't heard in a while. You then suddenly … Continue reading Musical Reflections #5 – Oh Yeah
It is a question that every father hears at some time in their lives. The desperate call of their child asking for help with complete confidence in their father’s ability to deal with whatever it may be. So, this is the question that echoed up from downstairs as I was on the computer. The rest … Continue reading Dad, Can You Help Me Please?