Well, I have been putting off my continued blogging – it is almost as hard as doing the exercise stuff – well, stuff like Hooping (God, my throat is still sore – it took me ages to realise that the activity was more than just shouting) – but here I am again, now with a post blogger’s runner-up status (Fiver is in the post Tony!). A massive well done to Fiona and James – and everyone of course – but I would have put my right leg on it being Fiona (don’t read anything into the fact that that leg is my burnt one) and it was fab to see some faces in relation to their blogs – even Anne-marie who has the pleasure of sitting next to me each day. Wish I had been able to stay longer at the lunch/award ceremony cos I kinda felt it would be nice to put a face to Lois too. And I missed a freebie lunch (Thanks Sussexsport again, again, again) though I did go to a meeting with coronation chicken sarnies – so not all bad!
Since the lapsing of our internal competition (and we still don’t know who bloody won – got more chance, now, of discovering Lord Lucan’s whereabouts) I have been nature-trail blazing through the woods (and blinking rain) of the Boundary path. I am Loving it (subliminal sponsored message) and have started taking note of the wildlife I am clocking rather than scuffing the ground up with my size 9’s and throwing stones at ancient woodland (I would never do either of those – I would never sleep at night!). But it is fab – guaranteeing me at least 40 minutes fresh-air walking a day and something kinda therapeutic although, given the weather, likely to induce pneumonia! Seen foxes, squirrels, rabbits, woodpeckers (all still breathing, unlike my cycle run on Thursdays to Newhaven)– and they aint like those tame efforts you get near Sussex House or round about Fiveways – these are Bear Gryllls creatures – you would have to be dead cunning to catch em, they wouldn’t be suckered by half a bag of cold chips and some Tommie K.
And today – well footie tonight (and hopefully home in time to watch Germany vs Netherlands – be well pushing my luck with my wife here) and table tennis with Nathan ‘paddle-hands’ Catt his lunchtime. Watch this space!
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