Friday, 9 October 2015

New Hobby

Ever since I quit Take That 5 years ago I have not had a real hobby.  Something I am really passionate about.  This is over now and I have started a new blog.  This is my new identity:

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Actually, I quite enjoyed Gary's concert earlier this year. Possibly because he played a lot of Take That songs.  The audience was great and I believe this was my last Take That related concert. I'm out of it. 

Sunday, 23 March 2014

Gary I'm coming to see you

Yes darling.  I will be at your shows.  I must admit I could not listen to your whole album as it's a complete bore but my friend will be in town and we'll just enjoy ourselves at the O2.  It is such a relief to be able to go to a show without pressure.  I shall not be waiting for your arrival because I no longer care and I shall  not take a camera with me.  This is not going to be one of those nights you never want to forget.  I will not get half as excited as I used to, so right after your show I will go to bed and sleep just fine.

Mark Owen, what's the point of blurring out your house on google streetview?  Everyone now knows how your neighbour's house looks like and which one is yours.  It's pointless.

On another note, I finally escaped East London six months ago and am now a South Londoner, just like you Mark.  I am on the property ladder, so quitting Take That and focussing on work has paid off.  

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Two and a half years on

I have nothing to do with Take That.  But I enjoyed our time and like to remember how excited moving to London got me six years ago.  It is absolutely ridiculous how much time I spent in West London (I lived East and still do); today I only go there once every few months to get my hair done and maybe some dinner.  I have even forgotten Take That's addresses.  I am not sure if I'd find the way to Gary's new place straight away.  Mark's would probably be easier as I spent a lof of time searching back then! Anyway, it is no longer important.  I am so tied up with work I do not have time for anything else. I often wonder where I took the energy from to follow Take That so closely.

The excitement London brought me in the past has worn off.  It is just some place to me now and I have actually been thinking of relocating.  But then, I do not want to start from scratch again and put a good job at risk.  My life has become so monotone I could live anywhere without having to adjust.  I spend most of my day in The City and then make my way home to the East and get annoyed by inconsiderable commuters day in day out.  Once in a while I have enough and work from home.  Why not. 

I often wonder what happend to you Thatters I met over the years.  I know some got married, have had babies, have moved on etc. but some I have no clue.  Hopefully everyone is doing well and perhaps still enjoying Take That.  I still do not see anything wrong with this blog.  I had so much fun I will always remember.  You have no idea how terrific it was to spend whole nights on the web and put pieces together that would eventually provide me with the information I wanted (and you). 

Friday, 17 September 2010

This blog is not active anymore. Take That City's Twitter has been deleted. Bye Everyone!

Sunday, 15 August 2010

Saturday, 17 July 2010

Moggy wandering around Jason's car

Kensington never fails to surprise me :) I found this cuteee ginger moggy not long ago and he decided to play with me. I seem to attract moggies; I have played with so many strangers over the years and they never want to let me go. Aww. Moggy was wandering around Jason's car for quite some time and then decided to go for a wee wee. Oh! Ah! Luckily, Jason's car was not affected. That would have been a story, eh!? How I miss moggy :(

something.. or someone ? (eek!) caught moggy's eye

moggy wee

uber cute moggy