Advent comes around every year, so it’s time for that most wonderful of things, my advent calendar produced by the wonderful Heather Continue reading
The world shutting down due to Covid has, for obvious reasons, somewhat curtailed this summer’s activities. Not a lot has been happening while this pandemic is brought more under control. We finally reached a point (at least for now) where restrictions were lifted enough, and Heather and I felt comfortable Continue reading …
Somewhere in all the chaos of going into isolation thanks to COVID-19 (setting up home office to work from home, generally trying to work out shopping arrangements, etc) got lost the fact that just before all that Heather and I went to see the Stereophonics at the O2 Arena. It’s Continue reading …
A quick return to Rochester, for we were pulled by the gravity of the Moon Continue reading
A chance to see some spectacular ancient history, with bling! Continue reading
Next up on the great musical tour was a bit of a repeat of , with a visit to the O2 Arena to see Kaiser Chiefs.
This winter has been a bit lacking in pretty light displays compared to normal (Enchanted Parks were cancelled—read unfunded—this year), so it was good to get along for the traditional visit to Canary Wharf Winter Lights.
We’ve seen before () so when we heard that Snowmen were coming for a display along the Thames of course Heather and I were going to see them. We got to take Heather’s Mum and little Evie with us too.
There’s a tradition that Heather and I visit Rochester each year. Normally we try and go around March time, or in the summer, but this year Heather’s foot trouble and operation had delayed us getting there, to the point we were getting worried we wouldn’t make it. We finally did Continue reading …
Far too long since we were at a gig, so Heather and I headed for Brixton Academy, to rectify that.