Last month Glasgow lost it’s very own Starmaster, a unique and amazing piece of kit that spent 13 years at Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) wowing hundreds of thousands of people with an incredibly realistic night sky. The best simulated night sky in all of the UK and one of the finest in all of Europe. I… Continue reading Lost Stars: Farewell to Glasgow’s Starmaster
My girl Abby died. I wasn’t with her when it happened. I’m devastated. I’d always said I’d never get a farm-bred collie. Especially not for living in the city. But I still remember the day I met her. After a few months deciding where to look for a puppy, narrowly avoiding a dodgy man with… Continue reading My Girl
A review of the whirlwind year that was 2014!
I’m forever apologising. I once did a tally and found I’d used the word “sorry” over thirty times in one day. That’s more than two apologies for every waking hour. That’s a lot of time spent feeling unsure and as though I am in the wrong. My other half often responds with “you don’t have… Continue reading Stand Tall and Stop Apologising
Originally posted on john pavlovitz:
Young men, I need to tell you something; something that maybe your fathers, or your coaches, or your uncles, or your buddies never told you, but something that you really need to hear. Your sex drive? It’s your problem. I know you’ve been led to believe that it’s the girl’s…
I’ve just completed the 100 Happy Days challenge. Now, when I say completed, I think I missed one day due to forgetfulness but I had doubled up a couple of times throughout the challenge, so I forgave myself and carried on. It was a fun challenge, a snap each day of something that had made… Continue reading The 100 Happy Days Challenge… why it’s worth a little of your time.