I recently started considering childhood memories and / or memories of my own children when they were younger for blog subject inspiration.
Why we do what we do and expend time and effort in doing it is different, depending on what “it” is. We
My daughter Natasha in action for her club side, Hornets (Weston-super-Mare).
I was an adult when Bill came into my mum’s life in the early / mid 90’s. They were together for a
In a previous post on this blog, I bid my rugby playing career a fond farewell. I remained keen to contribute to
A family’s festive season often involves children, laughter, food, gifts and family gatherings etc. Our household was no exception, although children getting
I’ve looked after Yatton RFCs website for several years, and whilst still coaching was also junior chairman 2014 – 2016. Four seasons
It’s lovely seeing kids enjoy something. Laughing and playing, with all of the innocence of youth etc. That joy ratchets up a
One of the beauties of having several children, is that they are all so different from each other. Watching each of them
So in previous posts, I’ve spoken about the academic and related achievements of my two eldest children Charlotte & Natasha and my
In my previous post about parental pride, I spoke about my daughter Natasha and her passing all her GCSEs, and about how
A week after her older sister achieved 4 fine passes in her A-Levels that saw her secure a place at her chosen
On 27th August 1999, I became a parent for the first time. Charlotte Grace Foley, weighing 7lbs 13oz, arrived in Room 7
So today (17th August 2017) is A-Level results day in the UK. Thousands of 17 / 18 year olds up and down the
Where are you from – that’s a good question isn’t it? At risk of being accused of over-thinking it, I think that