Posted by: Admin | December 19, 2010


The weather man says don’t venture out. The roads are icy, the snow is deep. My brother lives in Cardiff with his family and we should be off on our Christmas visit, timed this year with the Northampton Saints v. Cardiff Rugby fixture. My brother has tickets for us all.

I love my brother, my sister-in-law, my niece and nephew. I hate snow and cold. I’m indifferent when it comes to the rugby. I thought the trip would be off, given the weather, but no, I am being plied with porridge in preparation for the journey. I should have known that, there being a ball involved, husband of my heart would not be deterred.

So, to wildly misquote another  polar explorer: I am going out. I may be some time.


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