Nice to see Stephen Fleming leading the assault against the Proteas.

Always good to see the South Africans (and especially Graeme Smith) getting a good hiding in the cricket.

Stephen Fleming – 262. We salute you!


Silly boys

Well done Hayden and Luis.

Your petulant little scrap cost you a place in the FA Cup Final.

And yes Liverpool beat us 2-1 but we will see what the result is on May 13th!

Come on the Irons!!

You are mine

Everyone has their obsession
Consuming thoughts
Consuming time
They hold high their prized posession
It defines the meaning of their life

You are mine

There are objects of affection
That can mesmorize the soul
There is always one addiction
That can never be controlled

You are mine

One of those days

For those of me that know me well, you will know exactly what i mean when i say i am having one of my “dark days”.

I feel like the clouds are circling around me, and the storm is beginning to build.

Sometimes, you know that you can’t escape the storm.

You have to brace yourrself and go through it.

That is because you are required to get to the calmer weather on the other side…

Beth Rowley

Last night myself and several others had the great pleasure of seeing the wonderful Beth Rowley again.

Using the fabulous location of The Wellington (a Bristol secret!), Beth, accompanied by Andy Kinsman on sax, Steve Williams on keys and some guest musings on the harmonica by John Fenlon, went down a storm.

Beth not only showcased some tracks from her new album “Sweet Hours”, but mixed in some from her earlier “Beth Rowley EP”, as well as some old time favourites from Bonnie Raitt, Aretha Franklin and The Ronettes. The highlight, and encore, was Beth’s rendition of “Natural Woman” by Carole King. A fitting end to a great night!

If you haven’t gotten round to seeing Beth play live yet, then you are in for a treat when you do! Check out her website for all the latest news and gig info: bethrowley.com