Monthly Archives: May 2015

The View from the East Stand – 3-0 “We’re Going to Wembley”

Que Sera Sera… We really are going to Wembley! I refused to sing this until the second goal went in – I was too nervous, because it means so much. To all of us. The fans, the players, the club, for the first time in as long as I can remember, we really are all […]


We’re only 10 days into May, but I’ve stepped up my reading – it’s becoming a bit of a nervous habit! Therefore I thought I’d best record my thoughts on the books I’ve completed so far this month, pigs and death were the main themes! First up Charlotte’s Web: I read this in its entirety […]


So I haven’t made fantastic progress with my ‘Reading Like Rory – The Novel World‘ reading challenge but I have completed a book I’ve never read before – Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte – and thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes many of the themes are outdated, although the book was ahead of it’s time in many ways, […]