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).