Banana – with slug bore-hole, pineapple juice, prunes, pear…beetroots with me tea which my wife complained were bitter (I don’t think that’s the beetroot, darling!).
The Boundary Walk was fab (1 point, new activity) – I was given responsibility to manage and back fill any malingerers in our group. I spent the majority of the walk discussing horse-racing but also learning loads of details and facts that will fill in part of how I represent this university in future discussions and presentations. It was facinating having someone explain your place of work in the context of 37 million years of history that and the ancient cartways and shepard routes.
Footie in the evening up at the top of the campus – we do it every Wednesday. Yesterday I was Gerd Muller (you need to be of a certain age….but he was good)…and it is so rare that I can even get into the opposition’s half, let alone score. Picked up my weekly cuts on the Astroturf…well, burns really..but not bad enough to stick to the sheets last night. Ick! I ache a bit today but that is because I am an old man and most of the peeps at football are blinking whippets. Thank you to all the dudes who coordinated the Boundary Walk yesterday – and Martin for lending me his whistle. Well done Luke on baby Max.
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