It’s Christmas!!!

Holiday season is upon us.

Although we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in the UK, for me, it always feels like the start of the holiday season.

This year we are all faced with a different kind of holiday season, a very short-lived one here in the UK.

Whilst we’ve got a hell of a lot to be thankful for, we’ve also been left facing change on a scale like we’ve never known. So with that in mind I wanted to share a cheerful song, just for fun. A few minutes of cheer.

Friday Fun – 06/11/20

I feel we all need a little light entertainment after the intense energies this past couple of weeks has thrown at us. I’m going to share some jokes, I take no credit for them, so if they’re awful don’t blame me!

The brain is amazing, works 24 hours a day and only stops when….we are taking a test!!!


Some people think it’s romantic to carve their names on trees in the park whilst on a date. I’m more worried about why they’re bringing a knife on their date!!!


Working in a bank is a very ungrateful job. A lady asks me to check her balance, so I push her over. They fired me!!!


Earlier today a man knocked on my door and asked for a small donation towards the local swimming pool……I gave him a glass of water!!!


Teacher: What do you call a person who keeps talking when people are no longer interested?

Student: A teacher!!!


What’s in a name?

It’s been a while since I shared anything regarding how this blog came to be called Sue’s Views, and why the url is

Firstly, the blog name.

This blog was birthed a few years back and was intended as a personal online journal. I had two other blogs, one for reviewing, and one for spiritual beliefs. I found it rather time consuming to be updating three blogs on a regular basis and I ended up not posting on any for a wee while.

One particular day I had some reviews to write up and I accidentally uploaded them to this blog, and so Sue’s Views was born. This blog used to be called The Wonderful World Of Sue, but I wanted my own domain name that fitted with all three hats I wear for blogging, and that name just felt way too long.

The url:

For years my Twitter handle has been suepk – deriving from Sue Park, my name. It seemed like a short and snappy sort of name to use for the url, and so that’s how that came into being.

Sometimes I feel that my reviewing posts need their own blog and website, but then I remember why I stopped doing it that way and I guess I convince myself it’s easier this way.

Although I don’t do sales on this blog/website I do consider suepk to be my brand. There are a few things in the pipeline with regards to a brand, but it’s early days and too early to say whether or not they’ll come to fruition.