A year in people #66 – the project manager

“Where the hell are my clothes?” I thought to myself. I woke up, my head pounding. I opened one eye, and promptly shut it again. Ouch. Uh-oh. That familiar feeling as you realise you’re hungover and you start to piece together what happened before you fell asleep. There was a pub. Drinks. Work colleagues. Definitely some shots. Oh yes, so many shots. Where am I? … Continue reading A year in people #66 – the project manager

A year in people #63 – Amber

“You will be fine the world does not end at Mike I assure you!” Wise words from Amber when I’d split up from my ex-boyfriend here in New Zealand last year and wondering what to do next. I knew I’d get good sensible practical advice. We’d chatted many a time about relationships, being single and not needing to be with someone else, rather wanting to … Continue reading A year in people #63 – Amber

A bit of random nostalgia – Cheltenham

I’ve found living abroad means I can get a bit nostalgic about the UK and my life there. I’m guessing this is pretty normal for expats, but it can be really random. Both the nostalgia, and the random events that trigger it. For example, this evening I was buttering a ciabatta roll for dinner and all of a sudden I was nostalgic for the Co-op … Continue reading A bit of random nostalgia – Cheltenham