I’ve never been cutting edge, even when my profile was less rounded. I’ve been a little bit different to the norm, but not excessively so. It’s not that I wanted to conform but my four children, spread over 16 years,
Perish the thought that I should be considered old, but I’m convinced that there are differences between men and woman. This, it seems, is going against modern thinking. But for reasons I will explain, I remain convinced I am correct.
I’ve got one leg longer than the other. I’ve evidently been this way for years, since I stopped growing in fact, so I haven’t simply worn out the shorter one. I didn’t discover this until I went to a physio
I became a Formula 1 fanatic after the first GP I went to, the 1966 British GP in 1966. I went with my father. He liked motor racing in general, but wandering around the Paddock, seeing the drivers I had
I do granddaddy stuff now. I babysit and take a couple of grandchildren to school and pick them up. These two are quite young, six and four, so are at the age when they can be a bit dreamy. My
You’ll never guess who I bumped into. Well, you might as you could well have bumped into them as well. I walk quite fast. People will tell me this in, it seems, the expectation that I haven’t noticed. I used
I was trained as a police instructor to teach police recruits. The course was only ten weeks duration, sufficient for a ‘by the points’ method where there was a review of what had been taught every 15 minutes and a