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I did not. I watched the first set and a half and then went back to bed. The portion I watched was nervy, lack lustre stuff. Lots of errors, very few rallies, neither Nadal or Djokovic playing at their best. … Continue reading
Because it’s been a long and busy day, and my brain is gone to mush, here’s a photo of Mt Cook/Aoraki in lieu of a post.
To end the week on a positive note, here’s a picture of Pip. He’s not always well-behaved, but he’s never less than gorgeous…
Actually, it was very fine cricket. Australia managed to sneak up on England last night and steal the second ODI, courtesy of some fine fine batting by James Faulkner. Australia are playing with a joie de vivre and confidence that’s … Continue reading
I was sidetracked last night by the latest episode of Sherlock Holmes (pocket review – stylish, surprising, and good fun, just don’t analyse the plot too closely!) and didn’t put up a post. So here are a couple of pictures … Continue reading
The first tennis major of the year starts in a day or two. The players have assembled, the draw has been released (Djokovic is happy; Nadal is not), all is in readiness. To sharpen the anticipation, here’s a wonderful photo … Continue reading
Having a child means trying stuff you otherwise wouldn’t think to do. Like riding the toy library float in the Johnsonville Christmas parade and waving and throwing lollies at the people lining the streets.