An introduction to ages 6-10 - They say that this era of Leg of Life is the most influential on how your life pans out. In brief, my parents split up, move of house, change of schools, cubs, scouts, judo football and rugby all happened here! Read on and learn what happened.
Note from legoflife - This chapter is self explanatory; memories from 6 years old to 10 years old. Each story or post can be allocated to one or more category, i.e., a story about playing the trumpet for the local brass band in a national competition in York, you would tag to appear in Music Category section and perhaps on the ‘Places visited category section’ ’ NB WHATEVER chapter or category section you tag a story in, it will automatically appear in chronological order in the main “timeline" section.
As soon as I moved to Walsall aged approx. 8, I met Tom Andrews at school who asked me to come down to Walsall RUFC. As my mom loves rugby she encouraged me. I said that I had played before at scru...View Story
My uncle Rhoddy taught me to play chess at the age of 8. Alongside my younger cousin Fraser, who became my fiercest rival. Got really into it, and actually started beating my uncle, but Fraser star...View Story
At the end of my 2nd year junior school term at Norton Canes, I left to move to Walsall to join my mom and two sisters who had moved to my Nan and Grandad's in Cobden Street Palfrey some months ear...View Story
Joined a karate club after being invited to do so by my scout leader Peter Richards . Really enjoyed it but wasn't passionate about it. Shotokan style and I got yellow belt but eventually gave it u...View Story
Junior school, about the age of 9 my Nan and grandad got me a guitar which to be honest was to big for me and I never really got passed the E, A, D level (not much changed there) this phase lasted ...View Story
First Time I ever went abroad, was on a school Cruise on SS Uganda when I was 10. It was with Blue Coat Juniors and we flew to Rome and had a day trip around the sites including Trevi fountain, St ...View Story
First stop from Rome on SS Uganda. It was a third world country then, managed to buy a tom tom drum off one of the local traders for 1000 lira which sounded good to the bloke but was intact worth a...View Story
The 3rd destination of our school cruise - Don't remember and awful lot about this visit to be honest apart from falling head over heels with Danielle Malbourne and having my heart broken when she ...View Story
Lisbon to be exact. The 4th and final leg of our school cruise. It resembled a bit of a building site to be honest from what I remember. I was ready to go home now as I had the most violent project...View Story
Although my first record I ever had was "Long haired lover from Liverpool" by Jimmy Osmond, the first real music I got in to was the Saturday Night Fever Album. John Travolta, what a cool dude! The...View Story
First proper road bike was a BSA bought by my grandparents at the age of 8, I fell off it on my maiden ride infant of a milkman. My Grandparents purchased it for me - as they did all my bikes....View Story