to herald the end of the world. While it will probably be (in my opinion) the end of a few things that people have taken for granted or that have been foisted on people, it’s also going to be a year of spectacle and change for our country: the Queen marking 60 years on the throne and the London Olympics for starters.
And then there’s me, picking up my free bus pass on February 2nd. Continue reading
– just some of the ‘feedback’ I’ve had over the years about my personality. I rarely think about it these days as I am what I am. Till Twitter and Facebook insecurity started to creep in.
Even super-slebs seem to suffer crises of social media confidence. But it is yet another element to factor in when stress levels rise. In my defence, I don’t seem to be the only one agonising over who has unfollowed or unfriended me or why. Hence the opening sentence. I presume my forthright opinions get up peoples’ noses, though if I can stay friendly and following those with totally contrasting views, then I too should be cut some slack. Continue reading