BECOMING A MILF IS NOT A BAD THING
POOR Kerry Katona has been dumped again. That poor girl seems to be so unlucky in love.
She just can’t seem to hold a man down.
I really think she should forget about men for a while and get herself together.
It’s time for her to enjoy being single and get her head sorted.
Most people are once bitten twice shy – but she’s been bitten so many times and it never seems to put her off!
She should try focusing on herself for a bit and stop leaning on a guy all the time. She needs to realise that she doesn’t need a man in her life. MY 34th birthday last week was bloody brilliant. I had been feeling a bit depressed about getting older but I had such a great day.
And I think it helped that I was pretending I was still 24!
We kicked off the night with a lovely meal and then headed to a great club over here in Marbella called Aqua Mist.
It was a real blast – I ended up so drunk – I reckon I must have downed about seven bottles of Laurent Perrier champagne all to myself.
I danced my tits off all night. They were playing loads of good 80s music which suited the night.
And it certainly cheered me up after feeling low about getting old.
Earlier in the week I had bumped into a good friend of my Lucy Becker ( right) so she came along to join us for my big night out.
She is a really good laugh and we had loads of fun.
At one point I decided I would dance on the table so up I jumped, but as I did so the table tipped up and loads of bottles and glasses went flying and I cut my knee on the broken glass.
That was the only time I thought maybe it was time to grow up!
The next morning I woke up with a stinking hangover and then I really did feel my age.
But I have decided that I am going to embrace getting older and I am adapting to being a MILF.
I am quite happy being a MILF! TOMORROW I am going paragliding and although I am petrified I am also weirdly excited.
It will be scary but I am a bit of an adrenaline junkie and I reckon it will be fun.
I’ve always to try load of daring stuff – I’ve done bungee jumping already – so I reckon I’ve just got sky diving left on my list of things to try now.
That’s on my list for next year. I’m going to do it for charity and see how much I can raise by throwing myself out of a plane!
LIKE most of the country I am a bit gutted that the Olympics have come to an end.
I watched Mo Farah win the 5,000 metres and it was just amazing. I had my television out on my balcony.
There’s an apartment block near my villa and there are quite a few English people living in them.
When Mo crossed the finish line to win the gold medal I did a really loud wolf whistle to celebrate and all of a sudden loads of other people started cheering and whistling back.
It was like a mini celebration in southern Spain!
Now I am looking forward to the Paralympics starting in a couple of weeks time.
Wheelchair athlete David Weir, who is just amazing, grew up on the same estate as me the Roundshaw Estate in Sutton in Surrey.
People often joke that me and him are the biggest things to ever come out of there!
I’ve known David ( below) since he was little and we literally grew up together.
He is a really lovely lad.
If he wins to add to his two gold medals from Beijing they will paint a postbox gold and I really hope he can do it.
I have sent him a message on Facebook to wish him luck and he sent me a really nice reply. I will be watching every event he’s in and I reckon I’ll be cheering the loudest!
LAUGH: My mate Lucy is good fun