Hello readers! I realised this evening that I hadn’t posted in forever and with NaNoWriMo coming up in just a few weeks I need to get back into the habit of writing because I’m going to have a lot of writing to do.
You may have noticed that I haven’t spent a lot of time on my blog recently, in fact I haven’t spent any time at all on WordPress at all apart from checking my reader every few days for new posts by others. Continue reading “The Missing Blogger”
I first started this blog as a way of keeping my friends and family in touch with how my impending move to the US from the UK was going. Continue reading “How I Became A Better Blogger”
I have had one of those weeks where nothing seems to go right so it was hard to get that Friday feeling. Continue reading “Happy Friday!”
Yesterday my wife and I were visiting a beautiful historic house in Massachusetts when we came across a croquet lawn in the beautifully kept grounds. Having never played before I had no idea what I was meant to do but I still had a go. Continue reading “How Not To Play Croquet and Other Anecdotes”
This week marks a year since I moved to the US from the UK. To mark the occasion I’m doing a two part special looking at my first year in America with some of the more interesting things that have happened in my 12 months here. Happy 4th of July to all my American readers. 🙂
Continue reading “A Year In America: Part One”
I’ve been living in the US for nearly a year now and there is so much that I still don’t understand here. A lot of things that puzzle me are the obvious ones like healthcare and politics but if you are a regular reader of this blog you will know that I like to look at things from a different angle so here are the things that really puzzle me about the US. Continue reading “Things I Don’t Understand About America”
There is a famous saying that “only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noonday sun” and anyone who has been to a hot country that British people frequent will know this to be true. Continue reading “Mad Dogs and Englishmen”
Last week I posted about how much I miss beautiful England.
Continue reading “Sitting Pretty”
After 11 relatively peaceful days back in the UK I made a huge mistake; I went for a walk in the countryside surrounding my hometown. I know you are now expecting to see pictures of me in hospital Continue reading “The Rookie Mistake”