Oh my goodness.
The intense Paul Brannigan The Bridges of Maddison County had me leaving the cinema sobbing, after In The Loop I was sniggering in a deranged manner, The Hunger Games had me empowered, while Twilight utterly revised my opinion of vampire flicks.But this week I left a picture house with a yearning for a drink… not […]
Two things have shocked me in the past couple of days. Not in a rattled-to-the-core-Kerry-Katona-did-what kind of way, but shocked nonetheless. The first was at the park with the kids. A wee boy – probably about four – was exclaiming about how much fun he’d had on the zipslide. The lad said: “Oh my god, […]
Obviously there should be a series of photos to go with this post showing plates of yummy food and contented diners. But there aren’t. It’s not that there weren’t plates of yummy food or contented diners, it’s just that we were in Frankie and Benny’s on Saturday evening with five 10-year-olds, an over stimulated 12-year-old […]
If you’d bumped into me last week on Twitter I was wandering round wondering whether or not to take my older children – aged nearly 10 and 12 to see The Hunger Games. On the one hand the film seemed to be a quality movie – and, in my book, there are far too few […]