A few months ago, I wrote about the delightful Egg Shed in Wymondham for it’s wonderful thoughtfulness. Whilst that one leaves you with a wonderful taste in your mouth, in this post I’ll tell you about a great experience that leaves you with a bruise. Combat Paintball in Thetford is a must, not just for those people who love to shoot and blow up things, but also for those who love great customer service. Read more
Every now and then, a silly little thing makes me smile. I’ve recently upgraded my home computers to boot off a Solid State Disk (SSD) rather than the older and slower Hard Disk Drive (HDD). First of all, if anyone is thinking of doing the swap – it’s well worth it. Even the oldest of computers are likely to benefit from a SSD. Read more
don’t know about you, but I am feeling increasingly violated by phone calls and text messages trying to sell me PPI claims for loans/credit cards that I’ve never taken out. Sadly, my personal canine PA Leia is not quite in a position to answer the phone to deal with it on my behalf, but she has found a great way of dealing with unwanted mail that pops through my postbox.. Read more
One of the things you quickly realise when you are thinking of having a puppy (or even a child for that matter) is that everyone seems to have an opinion on the subject of what will happen, when, and to what extent your life will change. Getting a puppy seems to draw upon a depth of people’s own personal experiences suggesting it’s going to involve everything in the house being chewed to bits, there’s going to be poo and wee everywhere for a bit, and your wife is going to leave you because she thinks you love the dog more than you love her. Read more
We’ve a new arrival in the house. A super cute 11 week old labradoodle puppie called Leia. Yes, she’s named after the Princess in Star Wars because she’s got gorgeous ‘puppy-like’ eyes, and looked great next to Jabba the Hutt in ‘Return of the Jedi’
The Previously Unvisited Supermarket Aisle
It’s weird, but for years I’ve never really checked out anything to do with the dog section of any of my local supermarket. Now I have a dog, so there’s a hole new part of Waitrose and Sainsbury’s that has been revealed to me even though familiar and well explored by so many others shoppers..
I am fascinated about the subject of how we came to be who we are. Did we pop into existence as blobs of goo, and over time become the things we are today? Alternatively, was there some super amazing handyman involved at the beginning? In all the scientific evidence that is out there, which answer does it best point to?
So for those of you interested, here’s some basic questions I’d love you to answer!
- What are the chances of inorganic chemicals clumping together to form a simple cell capable of life? Read more