Graham of Anywhere

Graham's blog: politics, poetry, and introspection

Loss

It's not happening, between the boy and I. He's not ready. And I need someone to share my life with. But I feel utterly disappointed. I knew it might end this way but I really wish it hadn't because, for…

A new year

It’s hard to believe in it all sometimes; the present, the future. This year has started in a way that has changed everything forever. My mum died on Sunday 17th January, at 12:40pm. She was 59.…

An awkward soul / Another person's story

Part 1: An awkward soul

With nothing to say (saying nothing). There's comfort in staying silent. No silly statements and no confrontations. Nothing to doubt and nothing to regret. And nothing to share…

Scottish independence: the facts

Time to spend a bit more time pondering the Scottish independence question. Both the UK and Scottish governments have produced guides containing the facts, as they see them or present them, which will…

Graham of Anywhere

Anywhere is all around. Anywhere is everywhere. I am anyone. I am anywhere. …

One month on

I closed QueerAttitude.com one month ago, now. I still visit a couple of times a week, even though the content never changes. I locked the system time at 5pm GMT, 11th May 2014, the point at which I flicked…

Scottish independence: the realisation

So, it’s the first of February, 2014. The year of the Scottish Independence referendum. Despite the fact I’m not entitled to vote, I feel it’s important that I make up my mind, one way…

Worklife:weblife:reallife

I've been thinking about me and my name. How I operate in different worlds. The professional world, where people expect to google me and find my LinkedIn profile. The online world where people might expect…

Devo-max and the West Lothian Question

I read something interesting the other day regarding devo-max and a solution to the West Lothian Question:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/nov/28/boundary-changes-devo-max-deal

The crucial…

European breakdown

Unfinished thoughts

Spain and Greece can no-longer afford to run normal services and their unemployed citizens can't afford to fend for themselves. Charities struggle to feed the hungry. Pharmacies'…