I'm staying with my daughter for the next couple of nights, so real life might well get in the way of my art(if you believe that you'll believe anything!).
I've managed to post Bike 678 tonight, however, the link to my dongle is not very good and I can't promise to get online every night.
I'm going to be away from saturday for a week. I will have my netbook with me, so might have time to do some more episodes of Bike - assuming people are actually reading them.
Women paedophiles are more common than we think. It's something I learned when doing counsellor training, however we never see or hear too much else about it.
I know everyone else has had more hits, but 'Bike' part 1, has this week achieved over ten thousand hits.
It seems something apocalyptic is expected in the next episode--though I'm not sure why. However, I try not to disappoint my reader - John in Wwwww..wherever. So will it all end tomorrow?
I found this on the BBC. It suggests that parenthood behaviour is inherent in penguins of both sexes.
The next Totally Insane part 26, has been writted and sent for editing, which should please one person and stop the death threats. It should be posted sometime during the next few days.
Tonight's is being written as you read this. I've been marshalling on the Tour Series race at Exeter.
This has raised it's head again in my 'never-ending' tale of life and dormice. It's done so because it is a constant problem.
BBC Radio 4 Today programme, included a piece on a project to monitor and reintroduce dormice on the Isle Of Wight, which isn't far from Portsmouth.
I collected Brian on the way through, and stopped to eat my sandwiches at his house, then we went to play with the traffic. I'd left home at just before ten, and was at Brian's just before one pm.
This weekend, from Friday, I shall be attending the Gabycon. I'll be taking my little netbook plus dongle with me, and hope I can get a signal while 'oop north'.
My cycling group did a thirty miler, which seemed to be forever climbing hills today - not hard in Dorset, place is full of them, 'delightful rolling countryside' say the visitors.
I have had a pig awful week, commencing with falling off my bike and hurting my thumb - fortunately, the left one.
A Scotsman by name of Corran
Got a thistle stuck up his sporran
He jiggled his thing
Did a hi'land fling
And muttered about it's a sore 'un.
According to the counter at the bottom of the page, the numbers are fast approaching six million.
While cycling up The South Dorset Ridgeway on the A354, I got happy-slapped by a car diven by a youth with presumably his friend who did the slapping.
The most recent episode of Bike and probably at least one more will feature violence.
The following quotation is from the novel, The Danish Girl by David Ebershoff: it appears in the notes at the back, entitled a conversation with David Ebershoff.
The news of this has got to the UK, I attach link to The Guardian.
Is anything safe anymore? The good news - they didn't say it was fattening!
Check out the link below from the beeb.
Well who would have thought I'd still be churning out this stuff more than eighteen months later?
This time with twins. Takes all sorts I suppose, I try not to be judgemental, but I do wonder about the motives for these stories.
It's my good friend and editor's birthday on wednesday the 25th. I won't tell you how old she is, except according to the Bible, she's on borrowed time.
Why can't authors posting stories which have been previously posted, state that and where they've been posted.
Mark Cavendish,(the 'Manx Express') the Columbia High Road sprinter has just taken his second consecutive stage win in the Tour Of California.
My good friend and editor, Gabi Bunton, has had ISP problems and thus not been online for a few hours - a position I hope is very temporary - hence the lack of her involvement last night.
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