Let’s me take you back to last weekend, which I have to say was one of the best weekends I’ve had in a long time.

We woke up to beautiful weather on Saturday morning, so Tyrone and I decided to tackle the garden. The lawn needed mowing and the flower beds needed de-weeding. Just picture me in a playsuit, wellies and gardening gloves. Attractive.

But despite the heat and a few massive spiders hiding under the barbecue and in the shed, we survived.

When I first started writing a blog, I didn’t actually realise I was writing a blog. I was an avid user of Piczo at the time, and I mainly used my site to showcase my “graphic design” skills.

But then one day I added a text box to the home page of my Piczo site, typed out the date, and then proceeded to write about what I had got up to that particular day. In fact I probably wrote about going to see The Dark Knight at the cinema because, let’s face it, that’s all I did in the summer of 2008. This was my very first blog post, even if I didn’t know it at the time.

British Music Experience in Liverpool

The British Music Experience is an exhibition all about the history of the British music industry. It was previously on show at the O2 in London but it’s now on at the Cunard Building in Liverpool, which is rather fitting considering Liverpool is a UNESCO City of Music.

As soon as I heard that the exhibition was coming to Liverpool I knew I had to go. I’m very passionate about British music and the history of the industry is something that fascinates me. So after a crappy couple of weeks, Tyrone and I decided to buy ourselves so tickets and headed over there one Saturday morning.