I’m actually one of these weird people who actually enjoys watching adverts. I’m not sure whether it is because mum never really wanted ITV on the television when I was growing up or whether it is just because I like the perfect lives that the adverts exhibit. What ever it is, I thought I would do a series of Blasts from the Pasts posts about adverts. First up – Um Bongo! you must remember the drink…they drink it in the Congo! Bonus points if you can say all the words in time with the advert – double bonus points if you don’t need to script to do this!
Have you done any back to work shopping? I’ve noticed that within shops, ever since the schools broke up in July there has been ‘Back to School’ signs encouraging those early purchases of stationery, clothes and sensible, yet durable, shoes. Although I rarely actually purchases stationery nowadays I do find that I need to buy new work shirts, shoes and work trousers and, it is when I try to buy the latter that I have a slight problem and always wish I had a few more inches – what were you thinking this blog was about?
Well, this morning has been somewhat different to my usual Saturday mornings. If you have read any of my weird life series you will be aware that I like my routines.This morning, due to illness and changing plans, I am currently sat in an unfamiliar coffee shop in an unfamiliar part of town trying my best to concentrate on writing this blog rather than standing up, leaving my coffee and heading home again. It seems almost fate that I had already decided about the content of this week’s post before today and that now I find myself in a state of anxiety writing about me and anxiety!
After dealing with the gorilla, the party have a lengthy discussion what to do with the gorilla’s body. After some expensive negotiation by Hector and some time mopping the floor, the shaman agrees to cast ritual sorcery to locate where the blood sample originated from. Traveling to a warehouse they observe the arrival of a…
I never know what is going to happen in an RPG session. Yes, the adventure is organised and planned, but I tend to be very reactive to things that happen. A lot of the time I actually enjoy the bits which are not planned at all – and here was one of them.
Preamble I’m juggling a lot of balls at the moment. Not literally, but it feels like it! I’m trying to actually sort out days on which to write content for this blog and although nothing has been finalised relating to which day I will do this on, I have a few ideas that I wanted…