Tonight I received a call, it was news of my grandfather’s death. All I remember hearing is that he had passed peacefully and painlessly and after that it all just went straight over me. After I’d hung up, all I felt was emptiness, no anger, no pain, I couldn’t bring tears to my eyes, I just felt nothing. I had been expecting Continue reading
This is the conclusion of The Time Capsule Part 1 post, if you haven’t seen the first one, check it out here. After reading over the first one, I guess you could say that I sound pretty fearful of the future, I’d like the chance to amend that view. I’m not so much fearful of the future, but more Continue reading
Back in late 1999, when the world was obsessed with the new millennium (and the fear of Y2K), my school decided that they wanted to bury a time capsule to be opened at the turn of the next century or millennium, I can’t remember which. Anyway, us students were asked to each create something to go into the capsule and the top X amount of entries were selected to be buried in it along with a massive school photograph. Now for those of you who aren’t familiar with the concept of a time capsule, Continue reading
Before we begin…
This is the last post of Scott Dinsmore’s 7 day blog challenge. Since my writing has gotten a bit lazy of late I decided to light a bit of a fire under it with this. Each day I have had a new post topic to write about, not all of them were necessarily be things I wanted to write about too much but I committed to writing the post each day even if it was only a small one. Since day one of the challenge is to start the blog, and that has clearly already been done, I started with day 2 which you can read here. Onwards with day 7…
What revolution will you lead?
Well, what a difficult question, I’m not even Continue reading