Monthly Archives: March 2012


#286 – Birmingham Blow Out

By |March 31st, 2012|

Today me, Rach and some good friends having a blow out in Birmingham. We’ve arrived earlier so managed to have a walk around he Bullring. Now we’re waiting on […]

#285 – Finishing Line

By |March 30th, 2012|

“Yeah”, it’s Friday, and it’s the end of a long sales quarter! It’s been a long hard slog professionally, so I am thankful to see the end this week. Therefore, […]

#284 – Wondering around lost

By |March 29th, 2012|

Today had me out and about in London for the UK PODi AppForum at the London College of Communication. Now, I am not a fan of heading into London […]

#283 – Playtime Again

By |March 28th, 2012|

Loving this lovely weather at the moment, and making the best of it. Was out and about in the car today, so at least my right arm is catching […]

#282 – Pride Park

By |March 27th, 2012|

A day of meetings today, ending up at Pride Park in Derby for my last meeting. Once again the weather was fantastic, so it was nice to actually get out […]

#281 – Moira Furnace

By |March 26th, 2012|

Another sunny day, and stuck in doors working for all of it. Managed to get out on the bike though this afternoon, and stopped along the way to take some […]

#280 – Ghost Rider

By |March 25th, 2012|

Another sunny day, and another chance to get out on the bikes. This time for the local PTA Easter Egg hunt (Yes, I know that it’s early!). The kids had […]

#279 – Sunshine, Lasagne and Bike Rides

By |March 24th, 2012|

Well, it’s been a better day today. The sunshine was out, the kids were on form, and the inbox received no attention! Josh was determined to cook a lasagne ¬†for […]

#278 – Fawk It

By |March 23rd, 2012|

Sometimes doing this photo blog drags on, and I have to really motivate myself to get up and do it – 365 days of taking a photo every day. I […]

#277 – Scaffolding

By |March 22nd, 2012|

Relatively busy day today with meetings and travelling – but I at least managed to make it back home before before it got dark, so managed to get out […]