Just had an e-mail about two orienteering events on this weekend from our club chairman who describes one as interesting and the other as mundane and asks which we're interested in. I can honestly say I find the mundane one more appealling.
Don't know if I'll be venturing out though. Been another running free week for me and I just can't face it at the moment.
Towner wrote (see)
A few personal issues to deal with,not least my marriage breaking down!...im ok though, a bit emotional, but I can either crumble or deal with it....dont fancy crumbling!... (special hugs to you...you know who you are!)
Sorry ((( Towner ))) only just seen this. Hope you're ok!
My puter seems to have gone slightly bonkers & the quote box has gone awol and my letters have gone all ickle.
I have bin news.........
Usually, on a Thursday night, our bin lines up on the street next to one other (number 16s)......tonight.......wait for it.....there are TWO other bins We have an interloper
Ok....I have gone slightly bonkers, not my puter
Lots of people are having troule with the forum. seems that RW Towers have made changes again
It's very quiet.
That's because most right thinking people are tucked up in bed, where you should be. i presume you are going for some major training epic, swimming to Wales in the puddles or some such.
At least people are up and have something to say. Yesterday was so mundane no-one had anything to say until late afternoon.
'sept me...I felt all alone
((KJ)) - I hope you're feeling better...being a mummy is hard work...you're never off duty!
TGIF...did this seem like a reeallllyyyy long week to anyone else?
(I had a feeling that last post would be TOTP and would make no sense without the post before it!!)
sarah the bookworm wrote (see)
(((DS))) why the sad face?
No biggy Bookie, I was just tired, I appear to have seen way too much of 3am recently.
This not working lark is not good for one. I need to set myself some goals and targets. I'm the least motivated person in the world (read lazy). I don't like it when I sit around and do nothing but I find it very easy to be this way. Lifetime of bad habbits.
I keep thinking that making a plan would be a good idea, except that I never stick to them. I don't like doing anything til the last possible moment.
I'm hoping that by saying something out loud io'll kick start myself into gear. I really want to achieve something.
Are you still here Mousey? If so then consider yourself kicked.
Despite checking the bin requirements last night, today I forgot to put it out and had to make a special trip. My poor bins are so neglected.
I have been to Waitrose and ought bread and toilet paper. We drove in the new car.
Don't mention cars! Mine has had to been abandoned at a garage where it won't get fixed until Monday. Fortunately, can get by without it OK this weekend. Will be able to get a bus into town this evening to see The Stranglers - and can enjoy a few beers as well.
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