When I set this blog up it was with best intentions and during a particularly fruitful creative spell that I found myself on. Sadly, like most of these in my adult life, it was temporary and the semi-frequent drought of writers block and a creative void saw me open many a new text post, only…… Continue reading Creativity, sadly, isn’t a tap that I can turn on and off at will.
Home is where the heart is. There’s no place like home. Home is where your loved ones are. Home is what you make it. Home can be a person. These are all things we’ve all heard, maybe even said, a thousand times. So what does home mean to you? Does it have to be restricted…… Continue reading “If you go anywhere, even paradise, you will miss your home.”
It feels like the right time to explore the other half of the name for this blog. The Foxes. It’s no secret for those who know me, that one of my true loves in life is my football team; Leicester City. Outside of my family, it’s my longest love. A hobby, a passion and a…… Continue reading For the love of the Foxes
Ok, so February wasn’t the greatest of months, not from a creative point of view. I kept on top of my Yahoo writing, though let’s be honest, with the amount of stuff going on with my club, the articles practically wrote themselves. I failed though to post a single blog entry here, submit something for…… Continue reading Reviewing my February reads
Tomorrow, Gilmore Girls: A year in the life of… drops on Netflix. From the minute it got announced, I’ve been ridiculously excited to head back to Stars Hollow and to see what has happened to Lorelai and Rory in the years since we last saw them. I also knew it was about time I made…… Continue reading Release the excitement, the girls are back!
October has always been one of my favourite months. Not only does it truly signal the arrival of autumn, but virtually my entire family (blood and now extended one) celebrates their birthdays. So it’s usually a month filled with friends, family, too much nice food and drink but mostly happiness. It’s also a perfect excuse…… Continue reading October’s got those orange eyes
Cinema is a wonderful form of escapism. My favourite kind, come to think of it. Regardless of genre there’s something magic about losing yourself for a couple of hours, putting aside any cares and worries and just immersing yourself into somebody else’s story and vision for a little while. Particularly stepping into a cinema screen,…… Continue reading Films that hit closer to home than expected