Anna, a middle age woman in England with a self-deprecating look at life, mostly. I am not one thing, I am many and so is my blog. It's a lucky dip when you read me. I am part cook, part struggling fashion forward thinker, part mother, part professional job holder, part chicken keeper, part shopper. I am not an expert on anything other than me and I'm a 'bitsa'. So is my blog, bitsa' this, bitsa' that.
I'd love to have your comments on my bitsa' life. Please follow and share my story.
Dear reader, it's sometimes difficult to write a blog when trying to inject humour into it. Sometimes lines are blurred with poetic licence to make a better story. An exaggeration, alternate slant to the truth or via ommission. Recently a reader interpreted my writing in a certain way and as a result I received some negatively which caused me to go back and add more factual content for clarity. I found it quite upsetting to be reprimanded for something that didn't actually happen but they had interpreted as happening. I wondered whether the time has come to give up. However I enjoy your company too much and enjoy writing so you will have to endure me for a bit longer. Sorry about that.
This week my big event was going to the O2 arena to see Adele. You have heard of Adele haven't you? A cockney lass with powerful voice. A lot of cockney lasses have powerful voices but you wouldn't want to hear them belting out at the O2 I can assure you. It's bad enough hearing them belting across the streets of Croydon.
Adele was on stage for almost two hours. She didn't have a support act first. That alone was superb in that concert goers got her for the full show. She relates to the audience and was chatting, doing selfies with them and is quite the comedian too.
Miss 21 in silouette
Adele asked the audience to turn on their phone torches to light up the stadium
Miss 21 decided we had to leave 15 mins from the end but we only missed Rolling in the Deep! ! Only! !
I shall be downloading 25. I wasn't so keen on that album at first but it's grown on me.