I've accumulated a fair bit of Christmas chub alas, and after barely remembering the taste of non-cream cheese of the low calorie variety, I've found myself eating far too many wedges of Port Salou and blocks of Red Leicester on rich tea biscuits, which are at least the least-fattening biscuits you can get.
It's going to be a long, tedious and joyless route back to trimness.
Cricket nets are looming this weekend, which strikes me as being a little risky in the current climate, but it's not for that reason I shan't be going. It's my spasmy back, which I intend to rest for at least another week before trying it out with a spot of bowling.
The other big worry is my ankle, I haven't done anything to put any pressure on it in months.
So, after a week back at work in either stygian gloom or freezing conditions, there's not a massive amount to see. But now, ever so slightly, there is a little more daylight, a little more time, to see and do things.
I can hardly wait for spring.
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We share your tedious journey, but at least you know how to find those sparks of joy in the changing season.ReplyDelete
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I share your regrets at all the extra cheese consumed during the festive period. So far my belt is standing up to the strain.ReplyDelete
Nice bandstand, cheers.ReplyDelete
Solid ice outside on the driveway and local roads today so no going anywhere! Good day for reading! You have made me think that I should put a little time in on my exercycle, tho! :)ReplyDelete