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Category Archives: Friends
Ten years ago this month, I started university. I can remember it so well – turning up at the University of Warwick with my family to the shabby hall of residence that to my eyes looked glamourous and sleek, and … Continue reading
This one’s prompted by an astonishing conversation with a friend – when I discovered not everyone thinks like this… Tell me I’m not alone? Anyone?
Being a CU Staff Worker brings you across the path of an extraordinary number of extraordinary people. There’s the obvious crowd- the students, changing and re-grouping year in, year out, and yet who never fail to surprise me with their … Continue reading
For no particluar reason, other than I’d quite like to remember these things… – David Crowder Band reminds me of Kiev, Ukraine, and being in a strange place. – the smell of Nivea deodorant reminds me of Warsaw, and Nathan’s … Continue reading
I celebrated the Bank Holiday this past weekend with some time at home with my parents, some great food, a lovely bike ride, sitting in the garden, and finished it all off with a BBQ with my housemates. This has … Continue reading
I love living in Norfolk. Sure, it’s stuck out on the far edge of nowhere, and it’s not had the best press, but where else in the country would you be able to enjoy all of this?
I was talking with a friend this week, and we got to chatting about introverts and extroverts, and whether one is somehow ‘better’ than the other. Is it a good thing, a right thing, to need time alone to rest? … Continue reading
A City of … – Ginger – Honey – Trdelnik – Quirky bookshops – Surprisingly good vegetarian restaurants – Hills – Red rooftops – Poover Man – IFES Interaction legends Jo Poon, Edwina & Nelleke (& Luke who I didn’t … Continue reading