Hello. I am a relaxed fellow who enjoys being near water, live performance, moody music, pub chats, a bit of a giggle and a bunch of other stuff.
Mrs Woodley said:
Language Work: "Andrew has a flair for writing imaginative stories. His reading is good, and spelling has improved, but still nees to be careful.
Mathematics Work: "Andrew usually understands any new concepts introduced. His pure numbers is good, and he is able to apply his concepts and problem solving".
Topic Work: "Andrew expresses himself very well, in an orderly fashion, and is able to obtain information from reference books".
Art/Craft: "His drawings have greatly improved and with this sucess he enjoys art".
P.E./Games: "Andrew has much improved his co-ordination".
From Mum Something: a calm detachment, an appreciation of the absurd and a love of beautiful places to walk and sit in
From Dad Something: a love of pool, the desire for significant attachments and the ability to regularly put my foot in it.
Spending too much time listening to Radio 4 and wasting London. Must get out more.
Working on a creating a puppet project with a chum.
Might start selling the clothes I make again soon.
Everything you don't have to do is art.
If the house was burning and I could only save what I could carry between my teeth I'd go for:
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Withnail and me
But that's off the top of my head with flames licking. If I had a wider mouth and less peril there would be many more.
Some of my long term favourite long-players are:
The Black Swan - The Trffids
Tallahassee - The Mountain Goats
Blood on the Tracks - Bob Dylan
30 Something - Carter the Unstoppable
Swagger - The Blue Airplanes
Problems - The Singing Adams
My Pain and Sadness Is More Sad and Painful Than Yours - Mclusky
Unless i've guests I find most of my music listening is courtesy of Radios 3 and 6 these days.
Books (this is hugely out of date but might give you the idea)
I tend to have a few on the go. Recently been filling in some gaps in 20th century classics but also like a spot of pop science and some classics.
Last finished: Daphne du Maurier - Don't Look Now and other stories (I enjoyed how the front cover fell off and made a handy bookmark. The Breakthrough was my favourite story probably as I wasn't expecting sci-fi)
Current bedside book: James - The Taming of the Shrew & other stories (still waiting for the right rainy night to finish it)
Current bag book: Bowles - The Sheltering Sky (I had never heard of this and only have it as part of a job lot. So far it's a joy)
Current Sofa book - Oxford Short History of English Literature (Hard going - so far everything anyone has ever written or read is about King Aurther)
Just saw a telesion advert for fifty massive laid-back tracks. That's the stuff i like less.
Things to do that I am good at and people like
Folk to share with and bounce off
Hope that the world can get better before it explodes
Chats about the biggests of dumb things and the dumbest of big things
The person I am hoping to meet on here.
That's plenty. You can have the last one on me.
Oh, and the mandatory: there is no such thing as a typ [ violently yawns at self in the face]
And especially if you are a Buffy fan who fancies a go at being a grownup with me.