I may well be… I’ve just entered the ballot for places in the 2014 London Marathon! I know I had a really tough time of it at this year’s event, but I’m confident I could shave at least 30mins off … Continue reading
And no sushi in sight. Instead, a new jumbo-sized portion of the excellent Chicken Katsu Curry with a side of Beef & Ginger Teriyaki. Nom-tastic!
I survived the London Marathon – but only just! I know it’s been almost a week since I ran it, but the fact that I had to get up at 4am the following morning to fly to Jersey on business … Continue reading
It’s finally sunk in that I’m running the London Marathon this weekend. Eeek! Despite talking about it for (seemingly) months, and getting a decent amount of training in, I’m only now getting the butterflies in my stomach associated with big … Continue reading
Thanks to @NutChild for the heads up… here’s the new Star Trek trailer. Oh so delicious!
Stationery nerd klaxon! I’ve had my new Filofax one week and it’s barely been out of reach. A stack of meetings and a two-day course on Thursday and Friday meant it was invaluable for extensive note-taking. The fact the Fusion … Continue reading
Writers all over the world have re-visited the existential hell of visiting Ikea stores at the weekend. It’s a bit of an easy target, like train delays and moaning about the weather. I won’t intentionally retread old ground with this … Continue reading
Sigh. Well, it’s Greek. And angry. And verging on tuneless. Especially the bizarre chorus. I can speak from extensive experience: Alcohol is most definitely not free. Performed by Koza Mostra, Greece’s entry falls into the newish category of “shout something … Continue reading
This year, Spain are represented by the established act El Sueño de Morfeo - I’ve even got a couple of their albums after hearing them played incessantly on Spanish radio while holidaying there. I’ve no idea why, but at the contest, they’ll … Continue reading
Wow. Now this is different, for Ireland. After a series of epic wins in the 90′s, Ireland disappeared without trace. Probably after the Eurovision wiped out RTE’s entertainment budget for the best part of a decade. We had to put … Continue reading