So there I am on the train on the way home (you can't seriously expect me to walk home EVERY night? Is that reasonable?) debating dinner.
Run the contents of the fridge through my mind and it looks like scraping the bottom of a barrel. Fan... Read more
Well today when I left work, it was such a beautiful evening that I walked home. The nice thing about my walk home is that I can go across Regent's Park. The nasty thing about it is that I invariably lose my way. So this evening I resolved to... Read more
So the plan was upload gymbunny music to iPod and get down the gym. IPod isn't playing in either sense so in the end I click the 'restore default' button and settled its hash. Technology 0, human 1.
Until 2020, they say.
I daren't tel... Read more
And who are trying to be thrifty don't want to two spend hours over making it because they have to get down the GYM!
Open fridge door. Disembowel veg box, investigate back of shelves, collect all dodgy-looking cellophane ba... Read more
Today I take the train out to Broxbourne, to pick up where I turned back last week (see blog called canal route work, I think a lot of people thought this was about a visit to the dentist's).
Arrive, leave the station, have a quick look at... Read more
I'm sticking to my SP calories and exercise more or less, sometimes less rather than more. I've moved to weighing monthly because the ups and downs of being female are monthly too. However, I have a big milestone coming up, a birthday and a holi... Read more
Someone at Spark People understands us girls. Why do I say this? Well, one of my favourite Spark Goodies is the new shoes. They aren't just any old shoes, they are shiny red shoes with killer heels.
I've always said that wearing a pair of ... Read more
It's interesting isn't it, the view you get of overweight people in the media? Particularly on so many of those weight loss programmes. I've seen people portrayed as lazy, ignorant, lacking in self-control, you name it. I've personally been trea... Read more
Every time I'm walking through my local tube station in London, I see a sign. It's a handwritten sign and it says:
'Bakerloo line - good service.'
And I want to scream and rant.
'YOU tell me if the ... Read more
my personal lions take a dim view of all this excitement about large animals in Essex. Ten minutes ago they ganged up on me and made their feelings plain.
'Where,' they said, 'is our supper? You got home at 6pm, sat down with that THING tha... Read more
Well, I did my walk, without lions. The lion has been accused of wasting police time and merely seeking notoriety on Twitter:
www.guardian.co.uk/uk/20 12/aug/27/essex-lion-polic e-end-search
www.guardian.co.u... Read more
And I'm going to Essex for today's walk. The other end of Essex I'm glad to say. Oh and to clear up any confusion, the lion hasn't got spots, it was spotted, two different things.
The Daily Mail, always one for a good reactionary story quot... Read more
To begin at the beginning, about 8 years ago I got the train out to Stanstead airport in Essex. If you've flown into London, chances are you've landed at Heathrow (west) or Gatwick (south). Stanstead is northeast of London and I've only used it ... Read more
Today I intended to go for a nice long walk, but by the time I'd done the round of cleaning and tidying up this morning, we were mid-thunderstorm. It started just after lunch, shortly after I put my washing out to dry. I'm not saying there was a... Read more