Many of you will already know these lyrics but just in case … go on, treat yourself. How did I start laughing again? Well, at myself, of course. These words were spinning around my damaged head in the early hours and I began to giggle. “Torn and twisted at the foot of a burning bike” … More Bat-shit crazy out of hell.
If I say “midlife crisis”, what do you imagine. Think about it. Probably most of you are imagining a guy in his late forties with kids grown up, doing well in his career who goes back to the passions of his youth and can now indulge himself with a Harley Davidson motorcycle or a sports … More Midlife???
…my incomparable Author compadress, Ailsa Abraham, adorns my blog today…enjoy…. The wonderful Seumas Gallagher invited me over as part of my post-accident occupational therapy. Bless you, Sir, you are a total gentleman! xxx
Despite severe injuries, I can now afford to joke about my motorcycle accident at the end of August. There is a thing called “post trauma amnesia” from which I suffer – bonk me on the head and I forget everything for anything from an hour to a day or so BEFORE the incident. So far … More Hold the helicopter!
There is a weird synchronicity that goes on in my funny little world. I was writing in Book 3 about a shaman connecting with the spirit of a machine. OK pick yourselves up off the floor laughing and then tell me when you don’t shout at your computer, thinking it might actually do some good. … More Is this goodbye?
I have a motorcycle He’s my pride and joy indeed I am never ever happier Than when taking bends at speed. I sing with joy while riding On my black and silver steed. In summer time when it is hot The bikers all turn to A ride-out I can find sometimes I raise left fist … More Ode to Hath
You all know how much I love living in my corner of Forgotten France (hmm – Book Title?) but there is one thing that still infuriates me … driving! That’s a bit of a bind as just to buy bread we have a 25-minute round trip, while visits to the local administrative bodies, big hospitals … More Getting your priorities “right”