Well here we go again, the best of the cricket season. So anyone want to predict the outcome? I’m guessing 3-2 to the England/Wales team. So what do you think? Good luck boys. Advertisements
She came, she saw she blew us all away. A kooky version of As If We Never Said Goodbye… An amazing concert, 65,000 people can’t be wrong. Enjoy.
I’ve been realising lately that we can’t walk anyone else’s path, however much we want to be there for people, however connected we feel to others, we really do need to walk our own journey and it will never be exactly the same as anyone else’s. It’s a hard lesson but just be there for […]
This is such good news, the world has held its breath for the past weeks and now it’s time to celebrate the hard work of all the rescuers and remember that although all of the boys are out safely a Thai Navy Seal has lost his life in the rescue. As our hearts go out […]
Absolutely… I know this to be true.
Another wonderful clip from Frasier just to make you smile. Who doesn’t love a little romance from Daphne and Niles. Enjoy.
Let’s help each other out use #WritersWednesday. Are you a writer? Novels, short stories, poetry? It doesn’t matter what you write just get involved. Leave a link to something you want people to notice and check out someone else’s work. If you like something you see share it, just hashtag Writers Wednesday (#WritersWednesday). Leave a link, […]
We have an epidemic in the western world and we are all to blame. Everything needs doing and it needs doing now. We can’t delegate because that person might do it better than us and then we’ll lose our jobs. So and so has it much easier just look at all the amazing photos on […]
Who doesn’t love a car chase to set themselves up for a dull afternoon? What’s Up Doc 1972.
From the YouTube description: It’s been a little over a year since legendary singer and poet Leonard Cohen passed away. We thought now would be a good time to share Continue Reading → The post Video: Adam Cohen Performs Leonard Cohen’s So Long Marianne – With His Father In The Audience appeared first on Cohencentric:… via […]