Wednesday, 26 March 2008

Random stuff

Well I thought I would start today's blog with some news about weight, I was disturbed to pick up a well known glossy magazine yesterday to see an array of size zero ladies as well as ladies who had obviously had more than their fair share of Botox. As a rule I do not buy these sort of magazines as I feel they are not beneficial but I had no idea quite how bad some of these mags had got. What sort of messages are we sending out to Women? I was however relieved to be given an article from the BBC on Miss Surrey, it seems that Chloe from Guildford is a a curvy size 16 and hopes to be a role model for larger women. Now I am not saying that a size 16 is necessarily a healthy weight but it has to be way healthier than a size zero, I hope that Chloe does well in the finals of the Miss England competition.

My next subject is learning to somersault, Basically I just wanted to share the following video with you as a 'how not to learn' tip - Click here for this disturbing little clip! it seems it is not just pole dancing that can be dangerous!

For those of you monitoring the progress of the lovely Catt Wakely, I am pleased to report that not only were the indications of brain damage incorrect but that Catt has been discharged from Hospital and is back in the comfort of her own home in Exeter, this really is fantastic news and shows what a fighter Catt is - Welcome Home Catt x

A little bit of Women's health news, I found a great website selling all sorts of women's products, it is called my monthlies and features all sorts of natural sanitary products, well worth a look unless you are a bloke.

The pictures shown above top left was the view last Wednesday from the world renowned bistro Chandlers at Queen Anne's battery, worth a visit if you are in the area particularly if the sun is shining.

Well I must dash as there is a beer festival at Wetherspoons and I believe there are a few drinks with my name on them!

Stay healthy,

Sam x


Glamourpuss said...

I'm with you on the size zero and plastic surgery, but the amount of airbrushing that goes on pisses me of just as much.


AmyTree said...

Chloe is 5'10" and seems to wear it all well - she doesn't look overweight to me and has a very positive attitude about herself, which is refreshing.

My shoulders _still_ hurt. You're a beast... :-)