Sunday, 23 April 2017

A Tale of Two Bosses

As you may know I’ve worked for a variety of companies over the years, from local hotels to local factories to wrestling companies to retail establishments. It’s fair to say that I’ve encountered a wide variety of bosses during that time, and the other day I was reminded just how different two of those people were when I saw two of my former bosses in the space of a couple of hours.

Sunday, 1 January 2017

TV Review: World of Sport Wrestling

It was a part of our lives for decades, and gave us legends such as the Dynamite Kid, Big Daddy, Giant Haystacks and many more until ITV took it off our screens in the late eighties.

But this past New Year’s Eve saw the return of the prodigal son as World of Sport Wrestling returned to ITV’s screens with a new generation of stars, with the legendary Jim Ross handling commentary duties alongside British wrestling stalwart Alex Shane.

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

You Never Stop Missing Them

Thirty-three years ago today, my Mum passed away.

I still remember the last time I saw her. She was watching television in the front room, and I said good night to her and gave her a kiss before I went to bed. I had no idea then that just a few hours later she would be gone.

Saturday, 24 September 2016

Sorry for the lack of updates.....

You’re probably wondering where I’ve been recently, haven’t you?

Well, it’s actually been quite a busy time for me. If you’re one of my many social media followers you’ll know that this past July I finally got a job as a Sunday Sales Assistant at QD Stores here in Cromer. This was followed, six weeks later, with a second job as a sales assistant at the Claws ‘N’ Paws pet shop in Sheringham. This, along with my voluntary position at the RNLI Henry Blogg Museum meant that I was working in a variety of roles, which meant that this blog had to go on the back burner a little.

Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Catch-Up: WWE Battleground

It was the first pay per view since the brand split, but was it any good, and was it worth my reviewing it a few weeks after it happened? That’s what I was hoping to find out by watching WWE’s Battleground, shown recently on Sky Box Office here in the UK.