Todays ten minutes has been used up by the personality test, another draft for Laughing at Myself - I know that a lot of these things can be wrong, however my one was scarily accurate...And what job did they recommend? writer
A certain puppy has decided to chew through my power cable, and I am waiting for a new one to appear via the wobbly web. Normal service will resume Thursday (everything crossed) - what have you been doing?
Fish like curry, cheese, garlic, chilli and spicy food - apparently this is a fact. How do I know this? because there is a fisherman in the family. Why do fish like curry, cheese, garlic, chilli and spicy food? no-one I have spoken to really knows, and how did the first person find this out? Did they have a bag of food with them that fell into the water, and then they noticed a feeding frenzy? I highly doubt it.
A massive thank you to Fiona Mcavie for a great interview, and a really fast turn around! Don't forget to leave both Fiona and me and comment on your thoughts x
Picture it, a hot summers day at a festival, dancing, flirty, laughing in a clearing in the crowd, when I got hit in the head by a frisbee travelling at full speed. Everything stopped, it took a full minute for me to realise that my head hurt, a lot.
Crazy times - I have been interviewed four times this week, and have been asked some expected, cool and crazy questions, you will have to keep your eyes peeled (or click the follow link) to be among the first to read the interviews when they are released.
Another day, another Doner, my confession to you is that I live in London, and I have never actually tried a doner kebab, never even been tempted not when drunk or when insanely hungry. There may even be people reading this who have never even seen one.
Auntie Elda is a lovely person, I think, I say that I think because although I have known her my whole life, I haven’t actually been able to understand anything she has ever said. She has a beautiful, musical Southern Irish accent, it sounds gorgeous, but is absolutely impenetrable thanks to my dodgy hearing.
I will have to learn how to touch type I think, my typing might be getting faster but then you look at all these little red lines of spelling mistakes and sometimes the words don’t look like anything at all.
Writing for the sake of writing, just about anything seems like an odd way to learn your craft, but thanks to How to be a writer by Sally O'Reilly thinking about how you need 10,000 hours to be expert