Wow. Already five days have passed since I last posted. I hope you had a good Christmas, as I did: the day passed very pleasantly in a haze of Cava (bought straight from the Cavery, ha ha) a blizzard of nut-roast, a fog of veggie sausages and a perfect storm of roast potatoes, parsnips and sprouts, all topped off with delicious cranberry sauce. Then after a quick game of cribbage came the pudding, the mince pies and the custard.
Wow. I was full.
I got some great presents but highlight of the day was seeing Daniel open his cunningly-disguised ukulele* and start to play. Brill. I mainly got a selection of tokens which I shall shortly convert into a supply of books and DVD’s. I also got the latest Ian Rankin from OH, which is every bit as good as the others.
Dr Who was good, I thought, and it was fun playing cribbage. I hadn’t played for years and it was surprising how quickly it all came back.
The last two or three days I’ve been going for walks; today’s included a trot round Knighton Park feeling very smug in the mud in my walking boots, and a trek up Welford Rd and round to Fingerprints – a total of nearly five miles, according to the online app I used afterwards.
Hope you’re all enjoying what my friend Chris calls ‘Twixtmas.’ See you all soon…
*wrapped to resemble some kind of malformed Dalek
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Glad you had a stress free day, and yes, hurry back ! (from wherever it is you think you went to). Im not sure about Doctor Who? to be honest. He started off as a really quirky chap, but gradually he has changed into a serious doctor………
Thanks. Not sure I’ll be back on Facebook, to be honest. And I like the new Doctor – I think it was in danger of getting a little frivolous. I think William Hartnell was quite serious, as was Patrick Troughton (my first doctor)