We have seven days left to save the Free World as we know it.
I don't need any convincing we live in extraordinary times but, if I did, the harsh reality was brought home by, of all things, Strictly Come Dancing.
Nicola Sturgeon has lost me a bit with the no booze inside at all, no food inside after 6pm, but out you go and freeze your bits off if you fancy a pint and a takeaway burger at an outside table up to 10pm.
When I was wee, we were always told that in America, anyone could be president.
The last six months has been hard, but we have achieved so much together. Don’t start losing the plot now.
I am so excited for the brave new world of post-Brexit Britain and the myriad benefits it will bring.
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.
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.
A minor miracle has happened... I had my first normal weekend since lockdown.
Welcome back Aberdeen… nice to see the Granite City opening up now the local lockdown is easing.
This Friday at 7.25pm a momentous moment occurs... I will enter my 60th year.
Christmas is cancelled.
That's me back from my summer holidays in Canada then.
As lockdown eases it is so satisfying to get back out into the world to show off my toned physique.
At the very start of the pandemic, when lockdown was speculation not certainty, I was in London.
Is there anything better than a cold beer in warm sunshine and a bit of hearty food to go with it?
Finally, the arts are being thrown a lifeline in the devastating storm of coronavirus.
In the immortal words of Father Ted – “careful now”.
For the first time in more than three months I enjoyed what could almost pass as a normal weekend – almost.
No one should be surprised the people of Aberdeen turned out in force when asked to stand up for the Black Lives Matter movement.
I have found an explanation for the current state of the world... we are all living in a computer game and someone’s turned the madness dial up to 11.
Remember at the start of lockdown there was much talk of how we could come out of this as better people?
The SpaceX launch has evoked memories for many of the good old days of the Apollo missions.
I had a wee taste of the new normal at the weekend and it was... all right, actually.
This Thursday I will be standing outside my house clapping for our carers as I have done for the past 10 weeks.
Fingers crossed that come Thursday Nicola Sturgeon says we can start easing lockdown restrictions.
OK boys, forget the Stay At Home message and trust your own instincts instead.
What’s worse than being in coronavirus lockdown for two months? Being in lockdown and deluded at the same time.
Is everyone else buying stuff you don’t need on the internet out of sheer boredom?
My voyage of discovery in the days of lockdown continues – and I’m happy to share my top tips.