Last day of the holidays, back to work tomorrow, so a family day out to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. No spoilers here, just this sign outside the cinema – I liked the colours!
Day 2 of 366, and I’d like to introduce Elliott the cat. This is him asking for some dinner – sorry I didn’t record his meows!
Happy New Year to all my readers! It’s January 1st and most of us are making resolutions. One of mine is to do more to help others, so I thought I’d ask for your support in a bit of fundraising!
I’m taking part in a Dryathlon for Cancer Research. The task sounds easy – no alcohol for all of January – and I’m pretty sure I can do it. I know there’s never much spare change available after the festive season, but if you can spare just a little bit you’ll be helping support a very worthy charity. Just head over to this site and follow the prompts.
Many thanks in advance, and enjoy the rest of the holidays!
We all have music we like to listen to, and music we hate. But have we ever stopped to wonder why music plays a part in our lives? I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching and introspection recently, and have come to realise that for most of my life I’ve been using music to hide a lot of my true feelings. I’ve been using it as a crutch.
How long does it take to know whether you like someone or not? How long does it take for you to realise that you are friends? What makes someone a friend? How long does it take to get to know someone? What do you need to do in order to get to know someone? These are all questions which I’ve been mulling over for some time.
As some of my readers will know, 2015 has been a year of significant changes for me, all driven by my desire to become a better, more caring, more compassionate person. Today’s post isn’t a “Yay, look at me” entry, but more of an example of how a seemingly small thing can make a difference to someone.