Fourth Blogg

It had been a very quiet week with lots of rain. The river level was continually up and down. Regrettably, School Day had to be cancelled, and the only event that would have been feasible was a 50m rice planting race! Foolishly, I did manage to play two hours of tennis in the drizzle on Thursday, though my game is now quite pedestrian, I still feel as shattered as I did when much younger and zipped about the court.
Sarah was in yet another Swimming Gala on Saturday, the Harborough Club came a lowly 5th and Sarah failed to achieve another PB, for once I wasn’t reminded that PBs mean money????
In the driving rain, I gave Jamie a driving lesson through the busy streets of Leicester, he did surprisingly well, particularly as there is so much traffic work and temporary red lights, we were constantly deviating attempting to stay on the recognised test route. The best guidance I gave throughout the practice was, “I think we should have gone down the one back there, I think.”
When I spoke to Charlotte during the week, it seems that for once all appear to be fit and well. Even Suraj has gotten over the Man Flu (mostly).
Interestingly, I saw an otter in the river last week, it was the noise of it crunching on a fish it had caught that grabbed my attention, nonchalantly Sarah pointed out that she has been seeing it for ages from her bedroom window which overlooks the river. Unfortunately, I haven’t seen it since (perhaps it’s drowned?)

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