Yes, apparently so. "Rain, rain, go away," I said. And the next day, this: Blossom! Blue skies! Just like in the 'real' blogs - you know, the ones written by people who don't spend the first ten minutes at work every day trying to blow-dry their legs using the hand dryer in the Ladies'. I… Continue reading You only had to ask….
I think in Norfolk it has rained for the entire month of April. I may be wrong, but not by much. When it hasn't been raining, it has been windy. The sun has put in an occasional appearance, but on the whole it has rained. Anyone with any sense at all has either stayed at… Continue reading Rain, rain, go away
Hello. I haven't been blogging, have I? Nope, I have been thinking, planning, purchasing, riding, and generally obsessing in every which way about my new ultra-steed. Let me present the brand, spanking new, sparkling and delicious, Trek 7.3FX (women's specific design). This is a very sporty departure from my normal mode of transport, a sedate… Continue reading Re:cycle
Well, it was another crazy-busy week at work and I've been too tired to do much knitting so there is a lamentable lack of progress to report. But I have occupied myself in other ways which I hope you'll find interesting. The Good We had a couple of frosty mornings in Norfolk at the start… Continue reading Week 3 – The Good, The Bad, and The Knitting
It's been a real back-to-work week and I have been rather lacking enthusiasm, not just for work but anything much really. It was a windy week in the UK; fortunately in Norfolk I think we had things slightly quieter than a lot of the country, but it was enough to scare me away from cycling… Continue reading Week 1 – Back to Reality
So, when I want to do my grocery shopping, this is my modus operandi. My Trek bicycle is my everyday transport, in that I ride it to work, for leisure, and for shopping. And, yes, I use it in the wind, and the rain, when it's light, or it's dark, but I wimp out when… Continue reading Bikes and bags and secret knits