Here we go once again!


I know I have just touched based with this and moved the original blog to Sunday Special; also due to the heat wave that we’ve been getting, the technology has been unbearable to handle even by holding it as it’s been over heating. So I had to get my notebook out to be able to pre-plan what I was going to write; to which I didn’t have to use any technology as much as I could on Tuesday to write this, but to be able to write it up when it was a lot cooler than it was throughout the day. 

Barley a week to recover from the tower fire; someone decides to attack a mosque in another part of London, to which point that the police are treating it as a terror attack because in recent events have been terror attacks. Accordingly to the event number 4. The attack had happened minutes when an ill man was being giving first aid by some of the public; who were near by the mosque, people came into the mosque which interrupted Ramadan Night Prayers that evening to help. 

Muslim worshippers had taken into their own hands like every other attacks that we had face; to hold him down as the attacker shouts at them all, stopping people from kicking him even further. They all had to wait for the police to arrive to which they had come immediately to the response; I couldn’t believe how well we all take it in our everyday lives to, take it in our daily routine if something like this happened we get on and just do it by going full steam ahead and help people. Even as I take my hate off to the muslim community and a few of my friends are muslims I have nothing against them what so ever; they are here to live what we live under, they respect our culture and we respect theirs. They help us and we help them; at the end of the day they proved to us and the world that we live in this country; you attack their country, then your attack my country that took us in. We are not letting you win. That to me is a strong message out everyone in the world.

Some politics say it’s just an incident that happened. Erm what planet are you on and where have you been in the last three to four months? They aren’t incidents they are terror attacks. Some politics are saying that it’s just an incident that has been continuing to happen; hang on a minute, how is it an incident? It’s a blooming terror attack; it’s okay for them getting protected from any harms way, we are the ones that are getting attacked and not being protected. That’s why we are taken this as our everyday lives now; along with taken it into our own hands that to help local services, because the politics can’t be bothered to do anything to help or do much about it. 

Prime-minister in talks with the religious leaders on how to protect their religion and their events; which means that the police have taken into account by stepping up the mark to help cover the rest of Ramadan and ED, to make sure everyone from Muslim community right through to all different religions and community to feel safer until it ends at the end of the month.

A man had died; along with 9 people were taken to 3 different hospitals, while 2 were being treated with minor injuries. No matter what happens these days; you have to treat everything as a terror attack, you never know if they were doing it alone or with a group of people. Yet we have to be really vigilant even more now; even we do get attacked every two weeks or so, it’s like as we just about to relax along side with the whole country’s cliffs. We get another attack or something that shocks the nation and the world. Yet we are setting a good example where at least we run towards the problem; than running away from it, to show that we aren’t afraid to do anything but in our mind set we are but you have to help the other people who need your help. What I’m asking is think to yourself where would you be in 5 years time if you look back and say I did that? I helped them when they needed someone the most. I wish I did something to help when someone was in that situation. Just ask yourself the questions what would you do? Would you run the other way or would run towards it? 

Video tribute to the attacks.

Hundred Watt Club and Guildford Fringe have teamed up once again!

                                                                    

                                                           Sensuelle – the headline act

                                                                    ​Photo by David Slater

Hundred Watt Club and Guildford Fringe have teamed up once again to bring the sauce, the sass and the downright silly to Guildford Fringe Festival!

In true Fringe style, the last weekend of Guildford Fringe Festival features one of the best nights out around, as the Hundred Watt Club commandeers the Electric Theatre on Saturday, July 29 in fabulously feisty fashion.

Indulge in a glittering evening of burlesque and cabaret, brought to you by a lustrous line-up of acts never seen before on a Hundred Watt Club stage.

Your host for the evening is celestial wit and holy drag queen, Virgin Xtravaganzah. She will be joined on stage by statuesque showgirl Sensuelle, with hoop tricks from record breaking hula artist Symone, and side-splitting comedy burlesque from Crimson Skye. And making her debut on the UK stage, traditional Music Hall madness ensues from bawdy broad Aunty Mae.

“I cannot think of a better show to include in our last weekend of Guildford Fringe Festival’s 5th birthday bash! I am particularly excited to see Aunty Mae’s debut performance,” says Guildford Fringe director Nick Wyschna. 

“A regular fixture on the Guildford Fringe events calendar, The Hundred Watt Club is always a huge hit with our audience – so much so that our last five shows were all sell-out successes. Due to its popularity, please get clicking on the Guildford Fringe Festival website and nab your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.”

Dig out your best vintage gear and get ready to party!

*The show is strictly over 18s only, adult themes are employed and embraced with gusto. No dress code, but glamorous, vintage inspired-attire encouraged for both men and women*

The Hundred Watt Club is on Saturday 29 July at 8pm at The Electric Theatre, Onslow Street, Guildford. Tickets are £18 (£15 concessions) and are available online at www.GuildfordFringeFestival.com or by calling 0333 666 3366. Strictly over 18s only. 

Got to see my godmother!


Got to see my godmother!

I have to say today let’s scrap the introduction for this week as I just want to do it all in one this week; as I have a massive announcement but the title gives it away, quite a lot though. However also it might even given you the surprise of that I was actually baptised; yes I don’t believe in it all but my godparents are there for their uses at times, especially one that you don’t see as much. 

The last time I saw my godmother was about 2008; at that time it was still awarkard but it was nice to be able to spend of time with her with the family, 9 years later my godmother and her husband now adoptive godfather came back over from all the way from Australia as they’ve moved over there 18 years ago. When they came over my godfather was nagging me everyday since they arrived back been nagging me to come to their get together of old familiar faces that knew them on 26th May 2017, on which I did actually go to it was actually quite special even more special that being with but also I was lot closer to my great gran as it was her house to begin all those years ago. 

I had fun memories of going round there every day; sitting, playing and being with her up until she passed away, I think she might of passed away when I was about 3/4 years old before my sister was born. My sister and cousin never really got to meet her as they were born later in the 90’s; however the house went to two good people over the years, where they looked after it well and most of all I could go round there anytime I wanted because I know the people who are currently in the house. It went from my great nan’s house to my godparents to lovely people who I grew up to know through the church that I went to personally but I don’t believe in it. However I believe having both sets of godparents; it’s nice to have the balance of views, more to go to sort of people. My other set of godparents are my uncle and aunt; I have gone to them over the years but due to the certain stances, it’s been tricky for them well my aunt. 

However I am going to miss my godparents; as they have now gone back to Australia, my godfather’s next trick is to get me to come to Australia and visit them. Not too sure how that’s going to happen; as I’ve never been on airplane nore I like heights, so it’s going be difficult for him to convince me to go and visit them. Haha.

10 Things I’m Grateful for


10 Things I’m Grateful for

Why not bring in 10 things that I’m grateful for back or that haven’t done before; can’t remember if you ask me, I thought having this as Friday Time Recap Time. This will help to remember what we can do along of recaping that we maybe grateful for. 

  1. Having a few soul mates in my life that stay put
  2. Happiness 
  3. My closest friends
  4. My passion for writing and creativity 
  5. Time for myself
  6. My family 
  7. Great support network
  8. Summer is just around the corner
  9. Laughter
  10.  Especially having a life 

These 10 things are the great things to have in my life; without them I would be still falling apart, but also I can throw myself back into things when I know I’m ready to get back onto it.

Why are we still drawing up the past for the victims?


Why are we still drawing up the past for victims? 

Over the years few people have been coming to alight in our daily lives who are serving life for a reason; but in today society when you get life sentence you get 5-10 years, that’s not life. The people who are serving life sentences from 1960’s, 70’s, 80’s or even 90’s they had tougher sentences than from 2000 onwards; what’s changed since then? Even the people behind bars know that life is life. 

What sickens me more that the killers who had done horrific crimes all those years ago; this week are still getting the publicity that they want for their crimes, even though they are dead now. What message is that sending out to everyone? Also if you had a dying wish of not be placed where you killed someone or a few people; I’m sorry you have no say in the matter in my opinion, because if you killed innocent people for no reason then you’ll be buried where your victims were buried. 

Bear this in mind this is my own opinion in this blog; if you wanted to kill someone or something join the army, they will train you harder and make you learn from right and wrong. 

That’s for me this weeks Friday Time Recap Time; have a lovely weekend whatever you are doing, don’t get too wet or too sunburnt were ever you are in the country or round the world.

What certain things that make you gag?



Introduction
 

As I write this blog on a Thursday for the Friday Time Recap Time prepared whilst fighting with a twitchy eyes and a headache; I came up with a pun sort of I’ll let you decide, as my head is slowly but surely in and out of pain.

‘ May I rain?’ Asked the big black clouds “well if I said “no” you’ll still rain, so you won’t need my permission” I replied.

What certain things that make you gag?

Well last night I didn’t get far from doing this in advance did I? Haha well thanks to the feisty rain but not a storm; I had to go to to sleep because I couldn’t look at the screen for too long as my eyes were twitching so badly and my head was bounding, my eyes weren’t helping me in the slightest.

I’m just managing to cope with my headache at the moment; better get tonight’s over and done with before anything else happens, won’t we as I’m starting to feel incredibly tired right now.

What certain things that make me gag? There’s a few things that can make gag that I can think of straight away; I wonder if you have similar things like me that make you gag, so here is my list of what makes me gag.

  • Throwing up makes me gag (I can just about manage my own as I’m use to having my head down the toilet in my early 20’s) 
  • The number 2’s everyone should know what the number 2’s are don’t they? If not it’s poo’s that’s when it makes me gag. 
  • Seeing dead animals that have been run over and etc that’s when I start to gag because you start to feel sorry for it and then your like see everything that’s inside. 
  • The meat that’s been cooking. Whatever meat it is that’s cooking; that makes me gag so much, because of the stetench of the smell just wants me to vomit so much.

Thinks that’s about it but I’m not hundred percent that’s all of them but that’s just the three of them that I could think off. I want to know what your gag habits are. Let me know down below.

My Community in shock? Ay which part is shock?


Introduction 

This got me thinking as I saw a sign for Surrey Advertiser saying “Community in shock over stabbing”; I’m like who was more shocked, the politician or the community or the people who dealt with it. So confused with that head line right now. Here’s my thought process in this blog article for you. 

My Community in Shock? Ay which part is in shock?

I just want just say I don’t even know who the people are but some people say stupid things when something like this happens on the behalf of the community; everyone has gone mad, or something that people don’t get it. 

So I’ve been living in the same town, same community and same house for 26 years; nothing has really shocked me what so ever to be honest with you, from two pubs fighting each other, to shops breaking into about 4 – 5 times and a stabbing attack that killed someone who I went to school with but left.

 Along side all of that all of the social services like police, ambulances, fire engines and St Johns Amblances but most of all helicopters going over head of your house or going up the main road. That isn’t quiet that’s noise and you get it at least 20 a day going up the road; not like I’ve been counting but it’s about that nearly everyday, believe me that this area that I live in isn’t quiet. Not sure if the politician need his head checked or something because; where has he been living that’s quite.

What gets me is that this politician thinks he’s speaking on the behalf of the community; but doesn’t he mean he’s talking about himself or something, because I don’t think everyone was shaken up about it all. It happens it happens to be honest with you; because it’s more common these days now, and also starting to be more frequent about it all. 

He must of doing it for a publicity stunt for the whole election that we had this week; I don’t know, but surely he must know my hometown and its history. Wouldn’t he? I have no idea maybe one day if I ever got to speak to him I would love to do a interview about my hometown and see how much he really knows about it. Can’t even remember his name but I know he’s a conservative that’s about it; probably most stupid guy like the rest of the politics, that are stupid enough to think that they know best. 

How do you set up a blog notebook?


Introduction 

Amazing where you get your ideas from at the best of times; just had an idea in the mist of having a conversation with someone suggesting something, along with best not to say way don’t want be too gross. Haha. Might tell you might not tell you. I don’t know if it will work if you ask me. Who knows. 

How do you set up a blog notebook? 

How do you set up a blog note blog notebook? To be honest it depends on how you work; each blogger and writer work differently but they still come out successfully, but most importantly on top. You just need to work with yourself more; find different ways of doing things that are more suitable and easy, you can stick them in or use the pages no matter how you work in the notebook. 

Personally I’m a scrap piece of paper, receipts, pages of the notebook, post it’s and anything that I can lay my hands on basically. I’ve been like that for years because being writer for so long; I’ve been working on a routine that helps me to keep my ideas down, I’ve recently Stuck labels on my blog notebook but also labelled the year that I started it and when the notebook is finished I’ll write in it when the book is completed. 

You can get also ideas of how to set up a blog notebook or story notebook or anything along the lines of creatively using notebooks. It is simple way of doing things but I would recommend Pinterest for that sort of thing for creative things. Can’t stop you from using my idea to try out; there’s no harm done in working out how to do things, you just have to find your own leash that is more comfortable for you at the end of the day. 

April Newsletter 2017


Introduction 

I thought I might start doing the newsletter as I’m going along this month because I can never remember what had happened over the past month or so. I hope your enjoying the new official blog now as it’s finally up and running. Didn’t really take to long to do really. Probably tweak if here and their over the next coming months; so that I know how it can run it smoothly, also to be able to help you guys to see what’s happening also. 

Would love to hear your comments about the new blog website it would be nice to have some opinions on the new blog. Hope you are able to join me to carry on with the new journey that I am taking. 

April Newsletter 2017

Spring has finally arrived at the start of the month we had lovely warm sunny weather; that made me wanting to go out for a walk with no problem what so ever, love the feeling of the nice warmth air on my face and my skin. Enjoying the fact that I don’t have to take a coat were ever I go; is a bonus because I’m one of those people who hate carrying things like coats, when it says it’s going to rain and it doesn’t. It’s also that time of year when it’s getting warmer; that’s when my feet are like give me air, give me air get these warm ridiculous soaks off my feet. I have odd occasions kicked off my shoes at work because it’s been so hot; I don’t care if my feet get run over or not by the equipment, it causes more damage on my feet wearing shoes, than wearing without them to be honest. 

I’m getting into lots of programs recently like Once Upon A Time on which now that I’ve caught up; I have now turned to Grimm and that’s so awesome that I can’t stop watching it right now, it’s so amazing and addictive. There’s not many things that get me glued in watching things to be honest; but now that I have got things I enjoy watching now then when I was growing up in my teens, there’s more things out there than before. I do try and watch things like Game of Thrones and etc but just need to get into them a bit more I suppose.

The first week of April has been fairly busy; from meeting up with an old friend from college, looking after a relative and also trying to get blog paperwork done as much as I can as I’ve had the time off to do it all. Along side blogging and putting it up on the new website; it is a lot of hard work to begin with but it keeps my mind occupied if you ask me, glad it’s been getting done or now sorted shall I say haaha. Writing the newsletter in bits so lots of past/present tenses in the wrong places: opps but if I don’t start it now, I’ll know that I would forget it all by the end of the month. 

Easter holidays of 2017 have now officially and truly over; Easter weekend feels like a life time ago, you guys probably haven’t got much Easter Eggs left. I remember when I was telling a friend of mine all about the true tradition of Easter; he replied that he doesn’t even remember it, when he was learning it. I wish I could forget it if you ask me; but growing up in a Christian family and going to church a lot when I was younger, it’s a lot harder than you think in trying to forget it. So I try and not brag about it because through school I try not to let people know incase my peers would bully me or something. Other than that I don’t believe in it anyways so it was okay but you never know those days or these days what people might say or do.

Also this month I have had my first mini holiday of the year; went to Bournemouth on Good Friday and came back Saturday evening, loved it so much that I didn’t really realise how tired I was as I kept on dropping off everywhere. Asleep I mean; well not everywhere, jeez the amount of times I fell asleep in the car on the way back home I was pretty much so relaxed I was a sleep. Would love to do more mini holidays around England if I could; if I had the money, the time to do it and etc. Also to be able to blog about them would be awesome as well; so that people can enjoy them as much as I could, along with they can consider on where to go on holiday cheaply and worth their money. 

Peer Pressure

Introduction 

Well, I’ve been thinking as this week; I’ve been talking in my other two events about our safety at all ages, we find peer pressure a lot of the in schools, magazine and the world of celebrities. 

Peer Pressure 

The most astonishing thing about peer pressure of all ages of life is that people have to follow every fashion, every technology, every hair style and many more. Everyone has to have the very next big thing; otherwise if they don’t, they will think that that their friends or their peers will be ashamed of them if they don’t have the next new thing. 

This will cause children to have mental health problems because people who bully others for their looks, poor backgrounds and etc will think it’s all their fault. Which will make them do drastic measures of either self-harming, suicide or even put pressure on their parents to help them look good and do things that they may regret later in life. 

Mental health problems have now been picked up now than it has been in the past years; no one really had a clue what can cause it to have it, as soon as people realise that the children are getting the symptoms. Even if the government are putting pressure onto the staff; the staff having to put it on the children, you will soon get a back lash of children of that generation being diagnosed with it. 

I didn’t really suffer much of peer pressure or anything like but did struggle with fitting in as people who had loads of friends, boyfriends and etc. I didn’t really had an easy time through school other than doing things like plays and sports etc just to get out of classes. I think that’s what got me through secondary school to be honest because I hated being in classes or something. I use to cry like maybe once or twice or maybe more when I was a school; I didn’t know why or anything until like my last two years of secondary school I kind of given up the whole I don’t give a too hot about anything, didn’t even bother claiming things for the house that I was in. 

I was known to be the quiet boffin who would cry at something; or even just get on with their work because the teacher says or things would go back to my mum, sometimes things did and it would cause tension etc. Did I know then that I had mental health problems? Probably not. Did I know then? when I could hear for the first time when I was about 4 or 5 years old! No I didn’t. Looking back at now I can perfectly say to anyone; was I under the influence of peer pressure throughout school as everyone was cleaver than me, smarter than me and have more of the social life me and have loads of friends. I probably say “yes I was”. 

Peer pressure can cause even at work because everyone has different skills, different ways of doing things, different levels no one is wrong but you can feel the peer pressure of it all when things go wrong or something. Peer pressure can be harsh and horrible. 

All I can say is speak out. Get help. Don’t shut people out. Yeah it’s frightened to speak out as you don’t know how people will react or even respond to the whole thing. The more people talk about it; the more people will recognise the signs and symptoms of mental health issues in which they can raise the alarms, on your behalf if you can’t face of telling someone you can’t trust or be judged. I’m like like my that I’m scared of being judged by someone or by people if I mention to people that I suffer with it.