I am Yorkshire born and raised and enjoy anything that is a challenge or technical (until it gives me a head ache). Other times I like spending time with some of the best people on earth, my friends and family.
What Friends Have Said About Me
“Craig Addyman, is a friend I’ve had since my early teens and has always managed to make me smile and laugh but at the same time been very supportive and summed up all the things a friend should be, he’s loyal and forgiving (havent seen u since u moved haha )
I’ve had some great memories with craig, he’s funloving, always up for a party but also has his head screwed on and seems very focused and driven on where he’s going in life and how to get it.
Even though I don’t see Craig often anymore nothing seems to change when we chat and I’m very proud that he’s been there to share some amazing moments in my life and that I can call him my friend : ))love you ♥ ”
“Craig Addyman, is a douche”
“Craig is…. One of the most inspirational people i know, not one to get caught on ‘can not’ and it shows through his body language and achievements. He’s focused, and that focus has been passed on to me in my life, especially when training, even though he’s in malta, i can hear his voice telling me ‘2MORE’, then after those two ‘RITE.. 1 MORE!’.
He’s a great friend, has good advice, and knows when to just listen. i miss him alot, but when i think of that, it drives me to do more in life, so he has a consistent effect, no matter the distance.”
“Craig Addyman, is very easy to be with. Similarities in thought, opinions, beliefs, likes and dislikes are easily shared and discovered.
He is someone who is glad you showed up and has no immediate plans for your improvements. He has a gracious acceptance of who you are, regardless.
Not only in moments of despair, Craig it that one person with whom you can share moments of triumph and personal accomplishments, knowing safely that there is no envy and is genuine. He has the rare ability to share in the joy of your blessings as though they were his very own.
Craig, is willing and able to tell me hard things I need to hear that no one else dare or care to tell.
Also he brings the best of your own personal qualities to the surface, where you are able to see the goodness in yourself.
You can trust him to guard your deepest secrets and help shoulder you deepest pain.
Craig, doesn’t need a particular reason, nor does he want to express his humanity as he has a unique ability to be human.
I consider him a very good listener and he will allow you to share your emotions without ever being judgmental even if he does not agree with an opinion.
His great sense of humor makes it that much easier to get by and it makes life that much brighter.
I feel honored and blessed to have him in my life as a friend. A person like him evokes a warmth of fondness that binds him in your heart.”
“Craig is a gem!”
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“Conversation about the weather is the last refuge of the unimaginative.”
“Hard work spotlights the character of people: some turn up their sleeves, some turn up their noses, and some don’t turn up at all.”
“Opportunity seems to have an uncanny habit of favoring those who have paid the price of years of preparation.”
“Never measure the height of a mountain, until you have reached the top. Then you will see how low it was.”
“There are only two options regarding commitment. You’re either in or out. There’s no such thing as a life in-between.”
“You learn you can do your best when it’s hard, even when you’re tired and maybe hurting a little bit. It feels good to show some courage.”
I’m half Canadian, therefore can hold two passports.
My mum has called the doctor out on me 3 times as a youngster as she couldn’t wake me, neither could the doctor.
one time I convinced a Polish guy (artur?!) that the English translation for “hello how are you” was in fact “I have just had a really big shit”
I have dressed up 3 times as a girl, twice for charity and the last time for a fancy dress party, but after waking up with my friends Fathers number I though enough is enough.
When my Sister and I were kids we were having an argument while I was eating a Feast ice cream. Towards the end of the argument I had finished my ice cream and said “OK” while tapping the Feasts lolly stick on her face. She exploded into anger got me grounded and to this day persists that I had “smacked her round the face with it”. I’m innocence, until proven guilty!
At the age of 2 I was able to ride a bike without stabilizers. By 4 I had a taste for adventure and would have taken my bike around the world, but wasn’t allowed past the end of the street.
As a kid I shouted “bye” to the milkman Followed by “I love you”. Since in my later life I have said it over the phone to a supplier at work.
Pictures Of Me
Lindsay Perkin Wassell
Aida Ascic Grech
Bud & Poj