Not much to report this weekend, I must say. I’ve spent the whole time indoors, attempting to get well. I think I feel marginally better today, so that’s something, hurrah. I’ve spent a lot of the afternoons over the last three days asleep. Obviously the team awayday on Thursday was rather more traumatic than I’d anticipated, ah well – I blame it for everything, you know …
However, the good news is that I’ve reached the 10,000 word marker in The Executioner’s Cane and vaguely know where I might be heading in the scene I’m in. Vaguely.
I enjoyed Strictly Come Dancing yesterday – lovely to see Chris & Ola in the final, though I have to admit that actually for the first time I did vote for Ricky & Natalie. On the grounds that it would be supremely unfair if Ricky didn’t make the final. I am indeed a Voting Tart.
Apart from that, there’s been a hell of a lot of snorting and groaning, and a hell of a lot of Lemsips, Sudafed, Beecham’s Flu Plus and my anti-allergy range of tablets have been taken. Shake me and I’d rattle.
Only six more days of work before the Christmas break, hey ho.
Here’s this week’s haiku:
The dull threat of snow
fills my throat with heaviness.
Winter in the skin.