Rivers of cheese
Hi there bloggers, a happy Thursday to you. A merry school run finished in under an hour through the sparkling and pristine streets of old London town. Happy children who hadn't argued once all journey or forgotten their kit or maths books thanked me profusely as they leapt from the car, eager for another day of academic and sporting stimulation. Cheery bus drivers waved as they behaved courteously and charmingly to all and prosperous shop keepers offered generous terms of credit to all who passed.
Well I think that's what happened but I might have blocked it all from my mind. A day of promise on the way but will need to tell Rebecca, who was continuing her grumbling about the first monarch of England all night (on Twitter you understand, we don't all live together in a Drivetime house-that would be too weird) to move on. Offa of Mercia. Get over it. Even if it wasn't.
Meantime book 2 writing continues albeit in a haphazard way. "Itch" is out in March but the second one needs to be in by the summer and ITS ONLY SLIGHTLY STRESSFUL. I'm only 16,000 words in and most of the heavy loading is yet to happen. Too many distractions. Like this blog for example. Need to switch everything off and live in the shed.
Now Nigel promises a flaming Pecorino today. I have no idea what this will involve but assume it ill be that hard cheese made from ewe's milk and a flame of some sort. And a visit from health and safety. Don't miss it!
And oldies today please for THE NATIONAL TRUST. It is their birthday today (b1895) so let us salute the fine work they do by your tune selection. Their motto 'For Ever, For Everyone' is pretty unbeatable really.
Have a well preserved and enchanting Thursday, see you after 5.