Where did it all go wrong? This week I should be laid oot on a sunbed perfecting my tan by an aquamarine pool, sippin’ a cocktail and thinkin’ o’ you peer folkies back in Aiberdeen as the autumn weather kicks in.
Dear First Minister. I feel your pain. Those stiletto heels.
I am so excited for the brave new world of post-Brexit Britain and the myriad benefits it will bring.
Fit next? This pandemic is fair diggin’ in. Plunged into lockdown in March, most of us thought it would all be over by summer – autumn at worst.
SUE Barker has confessed she had to be crow-barred out of the presenter’s seat of A Question of Sport and admitted she would not have gone voluntarily.
Henceforth, I have decided I will drive at 80mph to help me get around the north-east that bit faster. Yes, I know that’s illegal, however, I will only be breaking the law in a very specific and limited way. It’s just a small matter of going 10mph faster than the speed limit when it suits me.
I had sympathy for St Mirren and their manager Jim Goodwin after their three goalies were ruled out of the game with Hibs.
Aberdeen made it five wins in a row with Saturday’s victory at home to Kilmarnock.
Fans returned in small numbers to Scottish stadiums with 300 Aberdeen season ticket holders admitted for the game against Kilmarnock and the same number allowed for Ross County’s fixture with Celtic in Dingwall.
Aberdeen face a difficult evening in the Europa League against Viking FK on Thursday – but it’s still a very winnable tie for the Dons.
It's been a week of Covid firsts. First time at the dentist since October, having missed my six-month check-up and hygienist rake-oot in April.
It has been a peacekeeping week, though not on the scale that would have taxed Kofi Annan.
The high-profile raids carried out in Aberdeen are a sharp reminder that the scourge of the criminal drug trade is still a blight on the north-east.
Willie Miller column: Scotland might be top of Nations League group, but they’ve not shown they’re good enough to reach Euros
Despite Scotland’s 2-1 win against the Czech Republic last night there is still cause for concern ahead of the Euro 2020 play-offs.
There may not be a Braemar Gathering tomorrow, but Her Maj seems to have had a superb gatherin’ of her ain folk over the past week.
We must assume Nicola Sturgeon has forgotten to check Experian before setting course towards another independence referendum.
A minor miracle has happened... I had my first normal weekend since lockdown.
Donald Trump Jr, eyes superglued to the autocue, cracked a joke at the Republican Party convention along the lines that his dad’s opponent in November’s US presidential election – Joe Biden – is like the Loch Ness Monster; he pops his head up every now and again to run for president.
I am excited, but also infuriated. Monday’s Evening Express brought me the great news of plans to stage an open day in our beloved Bon Accord Baths to mark its 80th anniversary.
Welcome back Aberdeen… nice to see the Granite City opening up now the local lockdown is easing.
What faces Aberdeen and the north-east post-Covid-19?
This Friday at 7.25pm a momentous moment occurs... I will enter my 60th year.
Ross McCrorie can be a good addition to the Aberdeen squad.
I wonder if most of the rest of the UK is having a right good laugh at Aberdeen.
When Nicola Sturgeon dished out yellow cards like some kind of political referee, she should have practised on her Education Secretary John Swinney.
Christmas is cancelled.
On Tuesday, I was in Seventh Heaven. After 14 long weeks of lockdown isolation from my greatest luxury, it was returned to me today.
Should we have been surprised at the cluster of cases of Covid-19 at an Aberdeen bar?
That's me back from my summer holidays in Canada then.
Well, at least I’m bang on trend. There’s BoJo urging us overweighters to lose five pounds in a bid to save the NHS a whopping £100 million over the next five years, as he launches his Better Health Campaign.