Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Waiting For The Day

...that Spring arrives!!!

Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Feeling Good

Blanik Georgetta - Georgie

And this old world is a new world
And a bold world
For me

Stars when you shine you know how I feel
Scent of the pine you know how I feel
Oh freedom is mine
And I know how I feel

It's a new dawn
It's a new day
It's a new life
For me
And I'm feeling good

Monday, 29 March 2010

Praying For Time!

Please Do Not Feel You Have The Right To Judge The Man Unless You Have Walked A Mile In His Shoes!!!!!!

"For in the same way you judge others,
you will be judged,
and with the measure you use,
it will be measured to you."

Sunday, 28 March 2010


Jamie - Around 6months

Well me was just sitting here playing with my tree

when me did hear a big noise...lowder than George when Stevie is out, So me was off to sort it out

Just as me did think It was the nasty Alimistation thingys all out...but haha dead ffick, stuck behind the fence.


So me did scratched the mummy one and she cried...haha
They is SOOOooooo ffick me ffinks!

Friday, 26 March 2010

Jesus To A Child

R.I.P Anselmo - 26/03/93

Sadness in my eyes
No one guessed, well no one tried
You smiled at me
Like jesus to a child
Loveless and cold
With your last breath you saved my soul
You smiled at me
Like jesus to a child
And what have i learned
From all these tears
I've waited for you all those years
Then just when it began
He took your love away
But I still say

When you find a love
When you know that it exists
Then the lover that you miss
Will come to you on those cold, cold nights
When you've been loved
When you know it holds such bliss
Then the lover that you kissed
Will comfort you when there's no hope in sight

So the words you could not say
I'll sing them for you
And the love we would have made
I'll make it for two
For every single memory
Has become a part of me

You will always love

Well i've been loved
So i know just what love is
And the lover that i kissed is always by my side
Oh the lover i still miss...was jesus to a child.


I'll be your sexual freeek (freeek), of the week
I'll be your inspirational brother (sister), yo momma can't you see
I'll be your sexual freeek of the week (Ohh touch it)
I'll be your educational lover, your one fuck fantasy

Tuesday, 23 March 2010


Another one for the kitchen wall - hurry up Mr Postie I'm waiting for you!


I didn't laugh because I didn't find it funny; But you see over the 28 years I've heard them all, and probably several times! Poof, Gay boy, queer, queen, faggot, bum boy, arse bandit, the list is endless and of course we must not forgetting the most recent, sicko pervert. I'm going to try really hard to show no emotion, I refuse to rise to the bait because I see him through different eyes. What I see and why is well documented so I won't repeat myself here and now...I'll just take the greatest of pleasure in showing you this instead....

Is that enough?
I think it's over
See, everything has changed
And all this hatred may just make me strong enough
To walk away

They may chase me to the ends of the earth
But I've got you babe
And they may strip me of the things that I've worked for
But I've had my say

So hear me now
I've enough of these chains
I know they're of my making
No one else to blame for where I stand today
I've no memory of truth
But suddenly the audience is so cruel
So God, hey God you know why I'm through


I guess it's tough, I guess I'm older
And everything must change
But all this cruelty and money instead of love
People, have we no shame?

They may chase me to the ends of the earth
But I've got you babe
And they may take away the things that I've worked for
But you'll pull me through

It's so clear to me now
I've enough of these chains
Life is there for the taking
What kind of fool would remain in this cheap gilded cage
I've no memory of truth
But suddenly the audience is so cruel
Oh God, I'm sorry

I think I'm through
I think I'm through
I think I'm, I know I'm... Through

Monday, 22 March 2010

Calling You

Quick Basha the Boys are going to get you!!!

A hot, dry wind blows right through me
The baby's crying, and I can't sleep
But we both know a change is coming.
Coming closer, sweet release.
I am calling you.
Can't you hear me?
I am calling you

Tuesday, 16 March 2010


Hey George-Love to come Cruising with you babes!
I won't bore you with the details baby
Gonna get there in your own sweet time
Let's just say that maybe
You could help to ease my mind
Baby, i ain't Mr. Right
But if you're looking for fastlove
If that's love in your eyes
It's more than enough
Had some had luck
So fastlove is all that I've got on my mind

So why don't we make a little room
In my BMW babe
Searching for some peace of mind
Hey I'll help you find it
I do believe that we are practicing
The same religion
You really ought to get up now
Gotta Get Up To Get Down
Gotta Get Up To Get Down
Gotta Get Up To Get Down

Sunday, 14 March 2010


Tali and Asha having a day out away from the boys

Friday, 12 March 2010

Hard Day

Asha - Today
I didn't go to the big show because I'm driving de boys wild...
..but me ffinks me looks dead beautiful!!!

It Doesn't Really Matter

Mikey Mikey's Big Day Out At Crufts

This Waiting is so boring!!

Woohoo..Ok...Here we go!

See I did it, I did it!
Aren't I clever aren't I just!
Thanks to Sam Young for the photos xxx

I guess we both tired now!

Wednesday, 10 March 2010


This is not about George Michael...this is about me!

Ok, I need to get this off my chest. You may choose to read it, you may not. It's not about George Michael, it's about me. Maybe posting it here isn't the right thing to do, but I needed to write it to clear my head. It really does help me to put my thoughts on paper..So my soul is now bare!!!
For those who do choose to read, thank you for listening.

When I was travelling to Manchester yesterday I made the mistake of trying to get on Facebook on my new phone. Only really because the phone is new to me and I now have Internet access on my tariff. Well hell I wish I hadn't! I had made a status comment about George. The press had reported that he was smoking a spliff on a boat in Australia at 7.30am, like this is headline news? The only thing new here was that George was out of bed before lunch time!
When I left there where a few funny replies from people who "got it!" But by the time I was on the mini bus I just couldn't believe the replies. One person who I consider a friend had spouted out her feelings about the "sicko pervert. " This is the same person who I defended on a GSD forum telling them that I considered her a friend, obviously the feeling is not mutual! I can take a joke like the next person, someone els made harmless jokes, no problem but I was completely shattered by her remarks. I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion but knowing what George means to me, and she does, I was gutted that she could be so thoughtless about my feelings!
I fell in love with George when I first saw him on his first ever TOTP appearance, and it's unconditional love. I don't care how badly he behaves, it's part of what makes him. As long as he's safe and happy that's all that it's important to me. He gives me so much in my life. I can't help how I feel, It may be childish or misguided to others but to me it's the bit of sanity that has helped me through the hard times. You don't have to understand it, hell I don't think I do myself! But all I ask of my friends is that they respect my feelings. Is it too much to ask?
In the 90ies after a horrible marriage to a control freak I went through a horrible divorce. My x husband loved to put me down, especially in public, he shattered what little self confidence I had. He gave me a total inferiority complex. One of his favorite remarks was "as long as your fat I know no other man will ever look at you." I couldn't really talk to anyone about it so I think that was when I really began to rely on George. He also tried to ruin that, he threw away some of my records and photos (family ones as well) and ripped up all my diary's , after reading them all first of course! He got into my head and I became very introverted. I couldn't talk to anyone for too long because if I did in his opinion I was having an affair with them, or at least thinking about it! But I had George, when no one els could be there for me George was there. That was one thing he couldn't take out of my head! One day a friend asked me what was going, she said "you let him treat you like shit, stick up for yourself." Something snapped and the worm turned, that of course was the beginning of the end of the relationship! (Thank God!!!) (I found out later that he had "come on " to my friend a few months previously and that opened her eyes to the situation. )
For the next 2 years I became hard and cold. I cried a lot to George and my dogs, (who where also my life savers) but no one saw that. During this time I could have so easily sunk too low, but a cd and a fantasy, not a bottle of vodka was what kept me afloat. In 1997 I met Steve and he helped me recover emotionally to where I am now. He's my soul mate, my best friend (when Louis' not Now I have pictures of George on my walls and Steve doesn't care, he loves me for who I am. He boost my self confidence, he gave me back my life. But I still need George so much. When things go wrong, when I'm hurting or I can't cope with seeing my loved ones hurting it's George I turn too, it's George I need. For me George is always my way out of any desperate situation.
I wish I didn't feel the pain, I wish the comments didn't hurt but I'm soft and he's precious to me so they do. I'm not blinkered I know full well that George can be a plank sometimes, I know his life is not what most would consider normal. But like he said it's not what you have that makes you want to be a star, it's what your missing! I honestly do believe that without him my life wouldn't be where it is now, I honestly think that 15 years ago, without George I would have gone under!

Monday, 8 March 2010

Club Tropicana....

....Yeah that's the place where drinks are free!!!

Let me take you to the place
Where membership's a smiling face,
Brush shoulders with the stars.
Where strangers take you by the hand,
And welcome you to wonderland -
From beneath their panamas...

Sunday, 7 March 2010

Club Tropicana???

Well not quite...and unfortunately no George in Speedos

Bad Boys Stick together

Mr Mikey, Fat Boy Finlay and The Gnoo

Quick the water's gonna get us!

Louis-So "choochy" I could Snog him

Mr Mikey - looking almost as Gnooie as the Gnoo

Finlay -camouflaged

Wednesday, 3 March 2010

A Moment With You - Melbourne

HOW amazing was George Michael's Melbourne show on Wednesday night?
Amazing enough to forgive him calling us 'Sydney'.
Three times

Michael's well-documented recreational activities may have robbed him of his short-term and geographical memory, but it certainly hasn't hurt his performance.
George Michael hasn't played live in Melbourne since 1988.
He made up for lost time as 47,000 fans had their patience rewarded with a spectacular sold out show at Etihad Stadium.
It constantly reminded you that beyond the headlines George Michael is a true superstar and one of the finest songwriters and performers of our generation.
To think the poxy NAB Cup almost caused this tour to bypass Melbourne is now ludicrous.
Especially considering Melbourne is the last stop on his four-year greatest hits world tour.
"Melbourne you are definitely the last show,'' Michael said, correcting his earlier glitch.
"114 shows and you have the last show. I can't think of a better place to have done this show.''
The singer - who had a teleprompter with lyrics to jog his memory if needed - also joked about his media reputation as a stoner.
"I'm doing well for a drug addict,'' Michael said. "If I'm a functioning drug addict I'm the best functioning drug addict you'll ever meet.''
Back on his last visit 22 years ago, George Michael was a sex symbol wooing women and enjoying the peak of his fame with the million-selling Faith album.
In 2010 the women realise they're no longer in with a chance.
So does Michael - in the Wham! classic Everything She Wants (one of the few tracks from his hetero period) the superstar laughs "yeah right'' after singing "I guess I must have loved you because I said you were the perfect girl for me.''
Michael's songs have endured - and endeared - for over 25 years.
This lengthy concert saw Michael move from classy ballads (Father Figure, One More Try) to the dance anthems Flawless, Too Funky and Outside and even Wham!'s pop gem I'm Your Man.
The man sweats classic songs (Careless Whisper, Fastlove, Freedom 90, Faith, Amazing) and even joked about the weather that left Etihad's roof open: "For an Englishman this is hot.''
The star even finds time for other people's songs - a jazzy take on the Police's Roxanne and the vocal showcase of Nina Simone's Feeling Good - when fans could instantly name 15 of his own songs he could have played instead.
If the rumours are true and Michael will no longer tour at stadium level, Melbourne was left with an example of how it should be done

The Age

47,000 have faith for George's final world tour show
March 4, 2010
Etihad Stadium, last night
IT WAS worth the wait. That seemed the audible verdict of the sold-out crowd of 47,000 that filled Etihad Stadium last night for the return of pop superstar George Michael.
He has only toured Australia once as a solo artist, in 1988, and in 1985 as part of Wham! with Andrew Ridgely.
In an energetic, hit-laden show, Michael worked his way through his extraordinary back catalogue. At 46, his voice remains distinctive and powerful, evoking hedonistic clubs, teenage discos and rollerskating rinks for the nostalgic crowd.
During the excellent opening, Fastlove, Michael made the most dreaded faux pas an international musician can make - imploring ''Sydney'' to sing along with him.
The crowd quickly shrugged it off as he launched into the 1980s classics I'm Your Man and Father Figure.
When he again called for Sydney's help, twice, the crowd almost turned. A parochial chant for Melbourne went up, but he was able to placate them. ''I'm sorry to keep you waiting,'' he said.
''But after 114 shows you definitely have the last show [of the world tour]. I can't think of a better place to do this.''
An elongated catwalk that snaked through half the arena on the stadium floor ensured the energetic Michael worked all angles of the crowd.
Bizarrely, midway through the show, he launched a scathing, vitriolic attack on media baron Rupert Murdoch.
He also insisted he did not need to get on television and defend himself every time there was anegative tabloid report written about him.
''I haven't missed one performance and haven't had one bad review,'' he said. ''Not bad for a functioning drug addict!''
After brilliant performances of One More Try and Too Funky, the show had a 20-minute interval.
This break was concluded in the most emphatic fashion, with the evocative, organ-led opening strains of Faith.
Soon after, he played up his 1998 arrest in Los Angeles, wearing a police uniform for Outside.
Yet perhaps the highlight of the night was his most celebrated ballad, Careless Whisper. It was, like most of the show, stadium pop done right.