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Sunday, 22 June 2014

| weekly wind-down 24

I wanted to write about the drop again. 

I want to be a drama queen and make everyone listen about the time I jumped of a 25ft platform into muddy water below.

But if I'm quite honest the most avid listener is my dad, and he spends most of the time half asleep, snoring gently as we 'watch' TV.

Okay I'm done now.


This week was intense.

To say the least I got a lot done, but not as much as I had hoped.

I will skim over the sad news I received on wednesday - it's only being mentioned at all because it meant I missed a unique opportunity on the Thursday which would have been a lot of fun to blog about. Oh well. You can't have everything.

Thursday evening I undertook the short train journey up to Newcastle, (6 hours of short to be precise) for on the Friday I was to finish the tenancy in my student house I had been sharing with four pretty cool people.

Saturday was one of the longest days of my life. But I'm not complaining.

our sixth race. What a day

Up at 5, ran another obstacle race - I'll review it separately - before jumping on a train with the full intention of making it to a BBQ. Somehow, I managed to chose the single worst route I possibly could have. In future, if you ever see a slightly lost, disheveled girl on a train, furiously squinting at nothing in particular and singing along to One Direction, I want you to grab her by the shoulders and remind her to STICK TO THE ORIGINAL PLAN. Don't get on a train that looks faster. They get delayed for 3 hours.

I ended up sitting opposite a lovely old lady called Elaine. She insisted I used her wet wipes to clean myself. Apparently I looked a mess.

This week I like
The sun! Who doesn't! I have some horrific tan lines however.

Warm evenings and late nights. Not a good idea if you're up early every day, but you have to enjoy it whilst you can. 

The lust list
I want to do something wild. 

Go snorkel in your own pool. 

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