I had the permission. I now had the ring. All I had to do was pop the question.
This was so important; the pressure was really on to get it right. I knew, from our discussions and reactions to clips of other proposals what she did NOT want… Continue reading Wedded Bliss – The Proposal (part 3)
No, this is not an education in swearwords that begin with the letter C. Following on from the first in the series on my journey to wedded bliss where I asked for permission from my father-in-law-to-be the journey shifted focus – the ring. Continue reading Wedded Bliss – The Proposal (part 2)
I was told recently that it is only poor form to not ask permission if the woman in question is under 21. I’m not sure how true that is, but I found it interesting. It also didn’t matter as I asked her father for permission Continue reading Wedded Bliss – The Proposal (part 1)
I know as Blues fans we’ve all seen ups and downs. From the Kumar’s to Leyland Daf cup winners; from the Carson era to winning the League cup and a subsequent Europa League campaign right through to Zola’s reign in charge there have definitely been joys and sorrows. But what I can never remember is feeling despondent about my club. Continue reading Blue Hearts MIA
Five days ago Steve Cotterill took charge of his first game as manager since Harry Redknapp’s somewhat surprise sacking last month. Continue reading Blue Fever
why trying to stay focused on my weight loss program can be easier said than done sometimes … Continue reading Weight of Expectations
I can gauge how awful we have been both on and off the pitch by how much abuse I get from the Luton Town fan in the office. The moment he pipes up taking the piss I know it’s bad. And so, by 9.30am I had taken all the flack the office had to give me. Like I say, I’m not Birmingham based, so the flack I got was marginal compared to some I’m sure but I am still left feeling embarrassed by my club. Continue reading Trillion Trophy Asia are ruining The Blues