Firstly, sincerely apologises for my ‘novel’ rant over the past couple of posts. Ranting now over. Promise. I’m up to 56 pages so I’m a happy bunny.
Today I will write a post filled with bonhomie and joy
You will all be pleased to know that the streets of Falmouth are still safe. I went to pick up my bike from the lovely Andy in Falmouth Wharves. Sadly the bike proved too big, or I proved too small, suffice to say the cross bar practically cut me in half and I fell off three times quite spectacularly without moving any distance at all. I am assured that I looked hilarious, but I felt very foolish. Andy did have the grace to look alarmed when I said that it had been about twenty years since I had ridden a bike. It showed. Can you imagine the carnage if I’d attempted that in London? *shudders*
We had the lovely James Henry, writer of Green Wing and Bob the Builder no less, coming to lecture us last week, quite made me want to be a writer, which is good – hopeful at least. He has a particularly good blog , and it also shows his talk he gave to us here at UCF recently, worth watching.
I have been alerted to quite a lot of good blogs recently – some about Cornwall – some not, but all good. I have attached links.
This is a new one about life in Cornwall: http://pastiesandcream.com/ . I hope you enjoy them too.
Spring has sadly Spring as left Cornwall, let’s hope it’s temporary, lots of mizzle today. Hopefully it’ll be nicer for the weekend…..