How do i get things sorted
Mmmmmm. Marmite on toast.
I had marmite in my wraps at the weekend. I put so much in that they leaked all over my swimming kit.
I've just had a great swim session. I got to try out the stuff I leant at the weekend and I felt a lot faster with no extra effort.
Fab Supercaz. I missed swimming yesterday because I've got an eye infection. Next club swim is Wed morning if my eye makes a miraculous recovery. I hate missing tri sessions.
I hope the brown smears on your swim kit were post-getting in the pool.
Oh yes. But my swimming costume is black so it wouldn't show up anyway.
I'm thinking about doing a lunchtime pool session tomorrow and then a sea swim in the evening. Now that the mornings and evenings are getting lighter I am really enthusiastic about getting outdoors and training seems so much easier. I'm aiming to do at least 2 hours of something most days.
A lovely weekend has been had.
Friday: gorgeous long walk from Merthyr Mawr dunes along the beach to a nice cafe at Porthcawl beach & back.
Saturday: Day tripping to Devon & back
Sunday: Chilling, pottering, making a leg of lamb, baking, walkies etc.
Monday: binning it down, lazy day in watching the whole first series of 'Game of Thrones'.
Back in the orifice now... and seemingly the only one...
Sounds like a great long weekend there Nam.
I am back to work to. Being away has reminded me that this job is losing it's charm. I feel my work may be done here Obi Wan .... or it could just be post holiday flump.
I'm most certainly suffering post hols flumping too. I also very much have the "my work here is done" feeling...
The only benefit of being the only one in is that I can listen to Radio 4 all day...
+1 to the 'my work here is done' malarkey!!!
Four days off then four days on, then 10 days off, hurrah hurrah hurrah!!! I was worried i'd be board in Lanza just doing not much and reading, but i fear i'll love it so much, I'll have to be dragged on to the plane home, kicking and screaming!!! Hehehe
nice weekend spend pottering. Read the most recent Harry Hole novel by Jo Nesbo, then read his other standalone book, Headhunters, which was good. It was funny in that it is about a guy who steals art, and one of the pieces he nicks is called 'Eva Mendocci' by Edvard Munch, which I saw in the Edvard Munch exhibition at the gallery on Sunday!!! What a coincidence. Loved the picture too (see below). I had gallery rage though, because they had a print out you carried round telling you about all the pictures, but then the sequence they hung them didn't match, and thye separated sets of pictures on opposite sides of the gallery! It was ridiculous, and spoiled the exhibition a bit. So i left a note to that effect in the visitors book, and noticed I wasn't the only one!!! hehehehe. Never had a gallery rant before; i must have been channelling posh-ness!!!
Nowt wrong with a bit of cultcha!!
I have had gallery rage before too but only about people who picture hog ... stand for ages right in front of what you want to look at and puff themselves up so you can't see round them or over them. I have been known to tut quite loudly. I have never written it in a book though, I hope you signed yourself 'Disgusted of Morningside'
Lying about somewhere warm doing nothing much sounds like bliss .... room for a fairly big one in your suitcase Pea?
Hahahaha, i wish i had signed it like that TP!! I've got a membership so i'll go back and see it again anyway, as I loved the pictures, so I may write in it again for a laugh!! Membership for the year is £35 (in fact was for 15 months as they had a deal on) but special exhibitions are min £7 a shot, so already used about £21-worth this year already. I went to the other gallery across the road to see the sculpture exhibition (free) and some installtion art stuff. Some of it I can only describe as - to use the artistic term - pish. A large crumpled-then-straightened piece of paper, painted pink on one side and hanging from the ceiling with some pretentious title is not what I call art. Then again, I may just be a philistine, dahhhhhling.
TP, as much as i'd love to smuggle you off for an impromptu holiday, i'm flying Ryanair, and only taking cabin baggage, so i'm already worrying about how to fit in enough to read, far less any additional people. Unless you can memorise a book or 8, line for line, then just read out loud to me for the week, you may have to settle for Aberdoom in the rain
SuperCaz wrote (see)
I've been off work 8 months and I love it.
Having just got in from the place about 10 mins ago I will certainly +1 to that.
I need to go for a walk but I'm knackered so I'll update my parkrun correspondence - I'm RD and admin fairy this week - and eat the Smarties whilst I wait for my fish to be cooked. Then it's load more laundry ....
oh bugger! Laundry...knew I had to do something after my run tonight!
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