I'm in New Magazine this week, as it's breast cancer awareness month, looking mightily geeky
I've also been on a local radio twice in the last 2 weeks, sounding incredibly geeky (I assume, I've not actually listened to it - I'd probably crash).
The moral of the story is - don't tick the 'Yes, I'll do publicity' box when doing a race for a charity. Hehe...
on page 69 i see well done
I wrote to Jim and asked to play trumpet with Louis Armstrong, I thought it was Kinda cruel my parents didn't mention he was dead!
Given My DIY SOS experience and the continuing comments I get from clients I'm going nowwhere ner a camera again!
Well done Nykie on the cause
My dog was on Eastenders years ago in a scene in the square when Phil proposed to Cathy (yes that long ago). They used me as an extra while I was there and I got about £90 for me and him just for a day's hanging around and hob nobbing.
It was all going really well until I wandered past the veg stall, my handbag hit a pile of boxes, the whole lot collapsed Starsky and Hutch style and a pained voice said over the tannoy "reset supporting cast"!
They never asked me back.....
LOL Peedee - that was very cruel!
Good for you Nykie - the more awareness of this the better.
Yeah but who is that????
never heard of the geezer
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