On account of my 27th anniversary of changing my lifestyle and everything else, and for the ensuing sixth birthday of Bike on Tuesday.
Sorry, I'm entertaining a visitor and we went out for a long walk this evening - it was delightful, but by the time we got back I was late starting Bike and keep falling asleep as I try and write it.
Sunday is Bastille Day, the anniversary of the storming of the notorious prison in Paris which was one of the trigger points of the French Revolution and arguably, the French have been revolting ever
being one of the few intelligent life forms on this planet.
Been out watching hedgehogs in my garden then had to listen to an hour long phone call from my needy friend.
Which involved some walking there and back, plus a bike ride this morning against a strong wind. So, I'm just starting to scribble tonight's Bike, if I can stay awake.
It's not true that Whizz has gained control of Bike and plans to sell it to addicts at an inflated price.
Sorry folks, I was just starting to write tonight's bike and my needy friend rang - do I have to say more?
I recently reread this series and actually enjoyed it, forgetting half the stuff that was in it.
Sorry I've been distracted by my fridge turning up its compressor or whatever happens to deceased cooling units. I had to dash out an order a new one as well as cough up the readies to pay for it.
A girl can't have too many shoes can she? In my case that also applies to bikes and books, the latter outnumbering the former by about 400:1 and I have ten bikes so do your own calculation.
Since the death and resurrection of BC, my stories have received more hits but fewer kudos.
'Apologies for not posting today but I got stuck in North Wales in various traffic holdups and didn't get home in time to post.
With only ten more episodes to go to the 2000 I feel it incumbent upon me to ask the readers if they want me to continue this saga for a bit longer, assuming the indulgence of Erin and her pixies, in
Sorry folks, got watching part 1 of Labyrinth by Kate Mosse and the night just disappeared. Part 2 is tomorrow but I shall try to do Bike early or late.
The penultimate chapter of Whatever next is now up on Maddy's site.
Ever experienced this feeling?
It seems that today I've been posting stuff here for 5 years and 52 weeks - doesn't tempus simply just fugit?
This study of facebook users 'likes' tells researchers far more than the disclosers intended. Be very careful what you place in the public domain.
I've always been a believer that much of the trouble we find ourselves in is influenced if not created by us.
A quick check on my account confirmed my suspicions.
Sorry, my evening has been used up dealing with stupid phone calls. I'm going to bed before I brain one of the cats who are playing up as well.
A new book on 'Fanny' and 'Stella' two young men who were arrested for being dressed as women created a sensation in Victorian England.
The surgery went well and she seems to be more awake than I expected. My ex has been to see her and confirmed it.
My daughter is in hospital and goes down for surgery tomorrow morning. Her tumour is in C1/C2 so right at the top of her spine.
From today's Guardian, under the title, Voices of the trans community.
See what you think - will there always be prejudice? I suspect so.
My daughter has finally had an MRI scan. The good news - she doesn't have MS.
So the post Christmas/New Year period is over and we all return to normal - um, not quite.
From Susanne Moore, read it carefully and see what you think.
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