When you’re young, the whole ‘girlfriend’/’boyfriend’ thing is a little like prescription medicines, they come with an expiry date.
With kids of my own now - and all older than when I had my first pseudo serious girlfriend at school – I realise just how innocent we must have looked in spite of how mature and caught up in the moment we actually felt
Best and Worst Of lists are of course sufficiently good reason to start conversation around the barbecue or office tea room - so when Rolling Stone readers recently selected the Ten Worst Songs of the ’70s I couldn't help but cringe . . . just a little.
Admittedly, some are just culturally horrendous, but if you grew up on AM radio as a kid, you will probably find some of your childhood favourites made the list
No - not that that kind of number two! I’m talking those songs which came so perilously close to cracking 70’s charts both in Australia and overseas but never quite reached that glorious and rarefied summit
How much of a shock to the system was it over the weekend when I received a phone call which seriously made me realise just how old I really was.
Yes, it would seem that in spite of my earnest belief that I was still 17 at heart, not even the most ardent of cardiologists would be able to testify this had even the slightly ounce (or is that gram?) of substance to it