Or at least it is between the months of August through to May. The rest of the time I may feel able to write about something other than a not especially successful football team.
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Realise I am in danger of being the bore who goes on at such length about her holiday that people cross the road in front of double decker buses in order to avoid me so I promise this will positively be the last time I go on about last week.
But as an aside - what a great match I have just watched - Man Utd v A.C.Milan.
We met up with Messalina on Wednesday evening who was looking gorgeous....being in love suits her! After sharing a bottle of wine me and Reidski headed off to see Camera Obscura at Koko in Camden. Great band, great gig - except for some annoying twats at the back who mistakenly thought we were paying good money to listen to them talking very loudly amongst themselves rather than to hear the band.
Thursday we took the boat up the Thames from Greenwich to Westminster which is a wonderful way to see a truly stunning capital city. Later we met Marc and Deana who were over from Chicago and who we would never have met were it not for blogging..even though neither of them do actually blog - far too sensible! We first met them last year, and that was a brilliant night out but this was even better. We ended up in China Town with me providing a live demonstration of just exactly how inept I am with chopsticks. Deana and I share a theory that Marc and Reidski were separated at birth being so precisely on the exact same wave length. Thank you both for a really memorable night.
And I guess that pretty much wraps up my 'What I Did On My Holidays' essay, apart from the not unimportant matter of finding Reidksi somewhere new to live as from next week. He will be living on the site of what was Millwall's old ground, the original Den. I am sure that was the major factor in his decision to take the place.
One final comment. It seemed that where ever we went last week (OK - except for Kent) the London marathon runners were expected along there a few days later. Bloody hell fire - it really did bring it home to me just how flaming far a marathon is...and yes, before anyone says it I know - 26.2 miles.
Formerly known as Just Jane, but with a blog move carried out in haste I managed to end up with a blog nickname I hate..J bloody J. Oh well, too late to do anything about it now. Call me what you will. So apart from a stupid title I have three off spring, one very special bloke, lots of friends, a great family, a job I love and a rubbish football team who I love too. I also have a tendency to go on abit.....you have been warned.