The nineties were cool. For people my age, the nineties was the decade you spend most of your childhood living in – going through primary school before being thrust into life as a secondary schooler. To me, the late ninetines – 1996 onwards – is the time I look back on with rose tinted spectacles. … Continue reading 1996 – 2005: The Coolest Decade – Part 2; 1997.
The nineties were cool. For people my age, the nineties was the decade you spend most of your childhood living in – going through primary school before being thrust into life as a secondary schooler. To me, the late ninetines – 1996 onwards – is the time I look back on with rose tinted spectacles. … Continue reading 1996-2005 – The Coolest Decade. Part One – 1996.
February 1st 2018 is #TimetoTalk day; a day where mental health was aimed to be the subject on everyone lips. But why isn’t that the case everyday? I, for one, admit that the taboo subject is one that should be a lot closer to my heart than it is already. I’ll tell you something; I … Continue reading ‘I know you’re trying to save me, but I’m already bruised’
Hello everyone, I’m not all too sure what this blog is going to be about yet. A bit of sporty stuff including stories about my winter training ahead of the couple of charity bike rides I plan to do next year, there’ll be blogs on family days out, family holidays, places I take Alfie (our … Continue reading Getting to know me..
Originally posted on An Ocean Glimmer:
I’m sorry things haven’t been perfect on An Ocean Glimmer at the moment, I’ve just been a little preoccupied with moving to a different part of the United Kingdom. Some of you may know that I used to live in Plymouth, a city in the South West of England.… Continue reading Goodbye Plymouth
After wins in the opening two races of the 2011 season in defence of his 2010 drivers crown, Sebastian Vettel was once again on pole ahead of the third race of the season, the Chinese Grand Prix. Joining him on the front row was Jenson Button with team-mate Lewis Hamilton joining Nico Rosberg on the … Continue reading Chinese Grand Prix 2011
Jenson Alexander Lyons Button was born in the Somerset village of Frome on 19th January 1980 to parents John Button and Simone Lyons and he was their fourth child. His dad was a former rally cross driver in the 1970’s and was known for his so-called Colorado Beetle Volkswagen up until 1978. Jenson began karting … Continue reading Jenson Button – 16 seasons, six teams, one world championship.