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09:07 pm: In a bar on Baker Street
After a smooth journey to London, a fairly quiet week so far. I
suirvived the demonstrations against capitalism last week, but one
poor soul didn't.
Our Christopher continues with treatment, but there will be none this
week as his blood count is too low.
It's been a quiet week, though not without surprises.
(One surprise now is the yellow card against John Terry.)
So I'm sitting quietly in a bar at the end of Baker Street watching
the game, which is becoming an increasingly painful experience.
Back to Wembley after this, and I think it could feel like a long
journey if there are no more goals to cheer me.
On the brighter side, two four day weeks in a row makes for a happy life.
And in the midst of the weekend, the celebration of the Resurrection.

Current Mood: relaxedrelaxed

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From:suilven
Date:April 8th, 2009 09:43 pm (UTC)
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Our Christopher continues with treatment, but there will be none this
week as his blood count is too low.

Bummer. Sorry to hear that. Hope it comes up sooner rather than later without any complications.

One surprise now is the yellow card against John Terry.)
Yeah, I was surprised too. I can see why but I thought it was harsh. I just heard JT say on Sky that Alonso (I think that's what he said) asked for him to be booked and JT thought that a poor show from a fellow professional under the circumstances.

o I'm sitting quietly in a bar at the end of Baker Street watching
the game, which is becoming an increasingly painful experience.

I am Back in the north now but I was thinking of you. Obviously your pain is my joy but I still feel for you. It's not over till the fat lady sings and all that...

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