Definition Of Loss

noun: loss; plural noun: losses

the fact or process of losing something or someone.

"avoiding loss of time"
Old English los 'destruction', of Germanic origin; related to Old Norse los 'breaking up of the ranks of an army' and loose; later probably a back-formation from lost, past participle of lose.

What's your take on dating sites?

What do you guys think of dating sites?
I personally hated them and thought they where a waste of time, why would some one pay the Internet to find them a partner?
Then I spoke to other people who are on dating sites and have met people most of them said they did it for the safety side of it.
I wanted them to explain more (I never actually thought of this)
Most of the ladies said that the dating site basically vets them for you (fake from real) so you don't have to worry as much as trying to date a guy in real life.
Most of the ladies said they didn't have time for that type of thing so the website was great because it did it for them.
The men said pretty much the same thing you get more of a accurate date match so your not sieving threw endless No's.

I think people have lost the art of communication whether it be friends or dating people we just don't know how to step away from technology and now we rely on it to find us a life partner I think it is really bad because the internet makes us out to be what were not then when you meet people in real life your expectations are destroyed.
What do you think? 
Are you on a dating side? 
What do you think of it all?

Homelessness At Christmas

Usually at the start of the month I do a silly things called Lady Boner where I pick a celeb who's pretty hot and post a few picks about him/ her but today I wont be doing that today I am going to be posting about something closer to my heart and has also effected me in my life a few times. Homelessness.
I am posting about homelessness today. I know what your all thinking do I have to listen to her go on well the answer is no you don't you can leave right now.....
But by leaving it does not solve the problem.
This post is about a person I know I wont tell you his name so we will just call him
 'The Friend'.
I met this friend sometime in October (I know not very long ago) but I new from the start he was homeless just the way he was with things not many people walk around with a huge back pack, it never bothered me for one second that he was homeless, I didn't have to think about being friends with him it just happened naturally, I didn't feel sorry for him, I didn't want to save him just wanted to be friends.
Over time we got talking and spent some time together my friend was great he paid for things I paid for things, he never took advantage of anything he could have got from me, but there where some things I did notice about him he never trusted anyone, no one!
He was paranoid, he always compared himself to his dad, he started for getting people and a few days at a time, he for got me once as well broke my heart!
What makes it worse is he will still be homeless for Christmas staying in that wet damp garage on his own because there is no where open for him to go on Christmas day, he usually goes to the Salvation Army in town but there open hours are crazy because there never open! It make's me so angry.
Same with the Council and Shelter their useless and other places I don't think there doing enough to help people whether young or old not everyone can help being made homeless my other friend (she's female with kids) had the house sold from under her and now she is staying in a hostel, not everyone can help becoming homeless and specially at Christmas.
I would love to help all of them and give them warm blankets, food and a bed but like everyone else I myself am just getting by working 3 jobs.
If you do find your self homeless this Christmas I have placed a few links at the bottom of the page I don't know if they will help much but I hope they can at least point you in the right direction.
I hope some where along the line one day homelessness will be a thing of the past but I know that will never happen, so this is a campaign we must fight together get people off the streets rent out that spare room, let a person stay it might just save their life.

Todays Music: Lindsey Sterling

Lindsey Sterling
I have listened to her music a lot lately and I just love it its different, unique, she put's her own take on the videos.
Here's a s few

Todays Poem: Hurt

I'm so hurt
To think that you lied to me
I'm hurt way down deep in side of me
You said your love was true
And we'd never ever part
Now you want someone new
And it breaks my heart
Whoa I'm so hurt
Much more, oh, than you'll ever know
Yes darling, I'm so hurt
Because I still love you so
But even thought you hurt me
Like nobody else could ever do
I would never, never hurt you
Never hurt you.

November's Lady Boner - Luke Evans


Luke Evans (born 15 April 1979) is a Welsh actor and singer. Evans began his career on the stage, performing in many of London's West End productions such as Rent, Miss Saigon, and Piaf before getting his breakthrough role in Hollywood starring in the Clash of the Titans 2010 remake, playing Apollo. Following his debut, Evans was cast in such action and thriller films as Immortals (2011), The Raven (2012), and the re-imagined The Three Musketeers (2011), in which he played Aramis.
In 2013, Evans starred as the main antagonist Owen Shaw in the blockbuster Fast & Furious 6, and also plays Bard the Bowman in Peter Jackson's three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. Evans portrayed the vampire Dracula in the character's film origin story, Dracula Untold, and has been cast as the lead in the reboot of the comic book film The Crow.

Book Events

Hi everyone I haven't posted in a hell of a long time but I do have a few book events this weekend so I will take loads of pictures and post them all. There's a link at the bottom if anyone in this area is interested in any of the events it is priced very cheaply.
I am going to the Chester Literature Festival on Friday and Sunday.
Friday 24th October at 7.30pm I will be attending
"Stand Up Poetry Night"
Sunday 26th October at 7.30pm I will be attending
"Not Going Gentle: A Celebration of Dylan Thomas.

October's Lady Boner: Juliette Lewis

Juliette L. Lewis (born June 21, 1973) is an American actress and singer.
She gained fame for her role in Martin Scorsese's 1991 remake of the thriller Cape Fear for which she was nominated for both an Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress. This followed with major roles in What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Natural Born Killers, Strange Days, The Evening Star, California, From Dusk Till Dawn, and The Other Sister.
Her work in television has resulted in two Emmy nominations.
Lewis launched a career as a singer and musician, leading the American rock band, Juliette and the Licks, until 2009 when she launched a solo career.

Lewis appeared in The Wonder Years as Wayne's girlfriend in Episodes 24, 34 and 36. She also played Audrey Griswold in National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Lewis first garnered international attention and acclaim in 1991 with her turn as Danielle Bowden in Martin Scorsese's remake of Cape Fear, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1991. Over the next few years, she appeared in Woody Allen's Husbands and Wives, Peter Medak's Romeo Is Bleeding, and opposite Brad Pitt in California. In 1993, she acted alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Johnny Depp in the drama film What's Eating Gilbert Grape. She played Mallory Knox in Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers. She played a rock singer in the film Strange Days, doing her own singing on covers of two songs written by PJ Harvey, revealing her musical ability.
She received an Emmy nomination for her performance in Hysterical Blindness in 2003. She also appeared in the HIM music video for "Buried Alive By Love" in 2003.
Lewis appeared in Rock star Games' Grand Theft Auto IV, providing the voice of "Juliette", the host of fictional radio station "Radio Broker" (on which appears the Juliette and the Licks song 'Inside the Cage)'. She appeared in a GAP commercial in which she was dancing with Daft Punk to the tune of the song "Digital Love". She also appeared in the movie Renegade with Vincent Cassel, a Jan Kounen film. In 2012 she starred in the short-lived series The Firm, on NBC as Tammy, assistant to lead character Mitch McDeere (Josh Lucas).
Reprised her role as Audry Griswold in 2012 in a series of Old Navy holiday commercials featuring the Griswold family.

Writers Idea's

Now when it comes to writing for me I am a traditional pen to paper type of girl my boxes and suitcases are full of my writings from stories to songs, poems everything I keep them all in a shoe box and when it gets full I get another pair of shoes just for the box.
Since moving this year I haven't had anything exciting to write about some of you would call this 'writers block' but I call it 'Unimaginative life'.
So in the words of Carrie Bradshaw "if I get the right table the writing should come and it better had" at the moment I write hunched over on my bed not so good we have no tables in the flat at all (which I hate) I get a bad back then I get grumpy and cant find the story again its just not good when you have to write, my flat is not the biggest and I have a lot of books and clothes so where short of room
(that's a understatement there is just no room at all).
My idea is a very small fold away table and chair so when I move (again) it can come with me so I will have a permanent table and chair and not have to worry about it anymore
(no more bad backs, necks).
Do I buy or do I build that is the question?
Also you get a foldable chair as well that's will save a lot of room but still practical.
This seems the best idea so far
I could go very old school and go with this it folds down pretty easy but reminds me of school far too much.

Hopes and Dreams

Let me explain about this picture, in my local town of Northwich I other than the library I have trouble finding a good decent book shop so I am looking for a building to open one.
I know people are saying books shops are dying out and everything is going online but I don't think so, there's not difference sitting in a book shop with a kindle or a book you are still reading. All you have to do is emerge old with new and that is exactly what I am going to do, its not fool proof but its a start. This is a dream I have always wanted to do, I am not getting any younger so here goes, what's that saying "Bottom's Up"

Recent Book Buys

All these books for £1


 2015 diary £2
 note book and a jotter pad £1
2 pens £1
Book 49p

Home Made Apple and Plum Tart's

How to:
1: Buy a base its easier or buy a ready made mix where you just add water.
2: Slice your plums and apples place them separately on plates.
4: Grease a circle baking tin.
5: Lay them out anyway you want in the base when your done add sugar or honey to the top.
6: Place them in the oven (if your oven is electric like mine keep a eye on them) keep them in till there golden brown and nice and sticky.
*Caution the apple tart might need a bit extra moisture it goes a bit dry*

DIY: Coat Hook

What's needed:
Paint (any colour tester pots or some paint you had left over)
Screw Driver
How to:
1: Remove the hooks with a screw driver.
2: Paint the wood any colour (put newspaper down)
3: Let it dry.
4: Screw the hooks back to the wooden plank.
5: Get 2 other screws and attach it to the wall/ door or any other surface.

Septembers Lady Boner - Kurt Yaeger

Kurt Yaeger
(born January 3, 1977)
American actor, model, director and professional athlete, who is also a below-the-knee amputee. His recent work includes roles on the CBS hit show NCIS and the much anticipated HBO/Cine max series Quarry. Kurt is notable for appearing in season five of the FX series Sons of Anarchy as Greg "the Peg" and in the Rudimental music video for the UK hit single "Waiting All Night" featuring vocals from Ella Eyre.

His comeback in sports came not long after in the Extreme Sports genre of BMX. He is currently the number one Adaptive BMXer in the world and participated in X Games 16 and X Games 17. Yaeger was showcased along with other adaptive athletes thanks to Adaptive Action Sports, a non-profit organisation promoting Action Sports camps, events and programs for youth and young adults living with permanent physical disabilities.
In 2012, the US Paralympics Bobsled & Skeleton Team invited him to train with them in Park City in early January.They asked him back to train with them in Innsbruck, Austria in early March.
2013 had Yaeger participating in a promotional BMX tour of the United Kingdom. Followed immediately by a Motorcycle tour of Africa with Touratech-USA.