September 2018 Favourites

Time for another monthly update, and it’s fair to say that September was very busy and productive, as well as throwing up one or two surprises, which in turn are paving the way for a very interesting October. There is of course a video to go with this post, and I hope you enjoy this little catch-up as usual!

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Music Haul November 2016

In October and November most years, in the run-up to Christmas, there are always a few new releases that I want to get. Most of the music I get now is downloaded, but occasionally I’ll buy a physical set for one reason or another.

So here’s the music I’ve bought over the past couple of months – by Madness, Status Quo, Led Zeppelin, Queen, Howard Goodall, Derek & The Dominos, The Who, The Rolling Stones, and a little known band called Cherry Suede. Yes, I’ve been treating myself a little bit – but then I haven’t bought this much music for a while. It’s all come along at once!

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Journal – June 2003

September 2020 Notes:

Welcome to another instalment from my old Bolt journal, as we approach the halfway point in 2003. Here I’m getting ready for the summer, by taking my final exams in my second year at uni, socialising with friends, buying various DVDs including particularly good ones by Queen and Led Zeppelin, and getting hooked on the latest Grand Theft Auto game! So I hope you enjoy this latest selection from my past!

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Journal – January-March 2003

September 2020 Notes:

Welcome to the next instalment of journal entries that I originally posted on the old social media website Bolt. We’re now into 2003, and I’ve combined the first few months here, as they weren’t particularly eventful and the entries are fairly short. I did continue to buy myself some nice things to keep myself entertained though, and I got some more results for my university work, plus there were a couple of notable events (one good, one not so good) that I felt were worth highlighting at the time. So I hope you enjoy looking through it all! Continue reading “Journal – January-March 2003”