Thursday, 25 September 2008


... eye roll- is anyone responsible for anything any more? I have had a day where people kept passing the buck and telling me this or that wasn't their fault or their job or they don't know or they were too busy with other stuff to look into what they had messed up. So I had to look into problems. Now this would not have been an issue if I had some vague idea what they hell I was doing. I was so out of my normal scope that I ended up telling the people with the problems that I had no knowledge or experience in the field but I would fix the problem. Yes, that is a bold statement when you are flying blind but I prefer to be honest and say I have no bloody idea. Anyway after annoying the crap out everyone I sorted the problems.

What pisses me off is that I had to get involved in them at all. Why the hell does the person who stuffed the job up not fix it? Is it really that hard to say - I messed up. It was me. I made a mistake. What's the worst that is going to happen? Someone yells at you? Calls you a dill? So what? I cannot understand how people go through life not wanting to be responsible for anything. How does that work for them? Bills - I didn't run them up. Pregnancy - not my fault I had unprotected sex. Break that? Not me – it just fell. My response? Grow up and learn to be an adult.

On to other things….

Check here for political correctness gone mad. Yep – that’s my home town Brizzie and don’t you dare flash your undies here.

Tangled Memories is out now from talented author Jan Scarbrough and yes it’s another click and buy moment.

Tangled Memories

Dr. Alexander Dominican needs a mother for his infant daughter. Motherless himself from birth, he refuses to let his daughter grow up without one. He's convinced kindergarten teacher Mary Adams is the answer to his dilemma. When he offers Mary a marriage of convenience, he has no idea he's setting into motion a destiny that has taken him seven hundred years to fulfill.

Mary Adams needs to pay her deceased husband's gambling debts, and Alex's offer of marriage seems to be the answer to her prayers. But on the day of their marriage, Mary begins to have strange hallucinations - memories of another woman's life. A life that had taken place centuries before and somehow seems frighteningly familiar.

Before Mary can figure out why she's hallucinating, it becomes clear that someone in Alex's house is out to destroy her. Could it be one of Alex's sinister servants, or could it be Alex himself? Until she can learn the answer, Mary knows she must keep her distance from Alex, but he's reawakening a hidden desire - a deep longing - that she can't ignore. But will following her heart lead her to eternal love or to a nightmare that will never
Go ahead: Live with abandon. Be outrageous at any age. What are you saving your best self for?