With a massive Cup Derby coming up in a weeks time it was pretty much guaranteed that Hibs would do something insane while Hearts seem to have upped their game. Continue reading
I cannot be the only Hibs fan thinking how lucky an escape we had by not taking on Ian Cathro. He was in the mix after the departure of T**** B****** but thankfully the job went to Alan Stubbs. Continue reading
You know when you’re sitting there and you think to yourself that you could be studying, tidying, washing or ironing but you think nah, I’ll do a blog about Hibs. Continue reading
I haven’t written much about my Anxiety of late and this is because, strangely, it’s not been a big part of my life lately.
It seems strange saying that after nearly two years of it ruling my life but that’s where I am at the moment. I think about it a lot but it doesn’t command me as much as it did just a few weeks ago. Continue reading
Finally thawed out enough to try typing so here’s my thoughts on Saturday’s game at Easter Road versus Queen of the South.
Queen of the South have not had the start to the season they would have preferred and are currently floating about in the middle of the table with five wins, five losses and three draws. On paper it should be an easy win but Hibs never take anything for granted and ran out onto the pitch to make sure the three points were ours. Continue reading
This is the fantastic video from Alzheimer’s Research UK. It centres around Santa having Alzheimers himself and not longer remembers what he does and how special he is to so many people.
My own Nana died from Alzheimer’s and I know of so many more who have too. If you can afford it then please donate, if you can’t then sharing this helps more than you will know.
There is a cure for Alzheimer’s, it’s just not been found yet. It’s there and we will find it.
Everyone is important to the research and fight to stop this disease. Those who wear the white coats and spend their days testing drugs and analysing data. Those who suffer from it. Those who campaign to raise awareness. Those who donate. Those who share every chance to get the message out to people. Everyone is involved.
Not satisfied with a quick change I have gone for the full whack. I also want to do this without closing the site down for any reason. All content is still available all of the time.
It is driving me slightly insane at the moment as I have to update each individual post to create the site that I want. Well, almost the site I want.
FIFA, that well respected governance of world football, have again brought a negative story upon themselves. This time it’s put a stamp on Scotland and England displaying poppies. Why? Because FIFA think they are a political statement. Continue reading
Happy Monday Blog Followers!
I am writing you this as I have made some changes to the site. I am trying to make it simpler over all. Although I am not happy with the background. Want it to be funkier but people still need to be able to read the posts!
First of all, before I continue with this blog, I am a huge Hibernian supporter. Big, huge. I stick with them through thick and thin and that’s why I’ll be with them this season, next season, the season after and beyond. If they don’t go up this season I will be mightily disappointed and angry but I’ll support them even more. We could drop leagues and I will support them forever more. I love the club and they have got me through some very hard times. As supporters we can do that and we also have the right to express our opinions on what is going on with the club good or bad and we are no more a supporter or less of a supporter for doing that. We pay our money and we have our expectations and when the club doesn’t live up to our expectations we have a right to an opinion on that. As a group of supporters we will agree with each other on the path the club is taking and we will disagree and that is fine but no one’s opinion is pointless. Continue reading