>Search party

>I got home yesterday evening and the first thing I did was get a search party out for my diary. It wasn’t in any of the places I’d expect it to be, so it’s no wonder it got left out of my bag. Once I found it, I checked to see if I’d done everything … and I hadn’t. Three crosses instead of ticks – booo.

A baked potato went into the oven and I did a 30 minute Wii-Fit workout, which actually lasted closer to 40 minutes. This isn’t good – the extra 10 minutes I mean. I understand the Wii Personal Trainer (or is it My Fitness Coach?) is better and I want to look at that and the new Wii-Fit. But before I get any more Wii stuff, I want to conquer what I have already. When I’ve activated and done all of the Yoga poses, all the muscle exercises I want to do, all the aerobics, and all the balance games, and can do them with more ease than I can at the moment, then I’ll get one or the other of the new ones.

Watched some of the Portugal v Spain game last night, then caught up with more CSI NY and Miami. I think the Miami one last night was series 7, a bit of a jump from series 3, and while I thought the NY one was series 3 too, a character appeared in last night’s that was supposed to be locked up for 4 years in the last one I watched, so I’m clearly watching all of these out of kilter.

Today I want to do the jobs I didn’t do yesterday, plus as many of today’s jobs that I can fit in. Then this is the end of the current diary as the brand spanking new one starts tomorrow. I’ll also have June Wrap Up and July To Do up by the end of tomorrow as it’s the 1st of the month.

8 thoughts on “>Search party

  1. Ordinary Man 30 June 2010 / 12:22 pm

    >Busy day eh! Can't get the energy to do that much stuff, must be the weather. Still, its a good job my Great Uncle from portugal had Spanish decent…still in the cup as far I'm concerned. Finding Argentinian ancestry might be pushing it although I have read up on Che Guevera a fair bit…does that count?


  2. Diane 30 June 2010 / 12:25 pm

    >Ha ha ha – not sure that reading up does count, no. But don't forget we had Alberto Tarantini once upon a time. That might count a bit more … unless you're a Villa fan, then it doesn't.


  3. Ordinary Man 30 June 2010 / 12:57 pm

    >Yep, I'm a blue nose. I'd forgotten about 'Albert', then again so has everyone else. I remember the rumour mill going about a top Argentinian world cup star we were going to sign…Ardilles, Ricky Villa..er no! Tarantini…who??? Out did Cantona by quite a few years by wading into the crowd after someone shouted somnething at him…"rubbish" I think it was, seems he couldn't handle the truth. No. 8 in the Times 'worst ever foreign players of all time'list.


  4. carolwarham 30 June 2010 / 1:16 pm

    >Glad you found the diary ok, what a panic that would have been if you hadn't!I visited the local writing group this week for the first time in 3 years.Looking forward to this month's update and next month's planning list. Take care


  5. Diane 30 June 2010 / 2:09 pm

    >Nidge: Then you're covered for the Argentinian slant. :oD I'm loving watching Diego Maradona – a lot more as a manager than I did when he was cheating against England. He looks like he's itching to be on that pitch still.


  6. Diane 30 June 2010 / 2:10 pm

    >Carol: It could have got messy had I not found it. I miss my writers' groups, but we don't seem to have any around here. I might have to come to yours!


  7. Ordinary Man 30 June 2010 / 2:23 pm

    >Ahh Maradona. If you watch the dust sniffing midget on the touch line notice he is always pointing at his watch when the camera is on him, or if they almost score, he turns his back to the camera with both his hands behind his head showing you his watchs on both wrists…why???http://qualityarticles.com/diego-maradona%E2%80%99s-watch-by-hublot.htmGood ol' Diego…still pays for the chemists bill! Forgive and forget…never!!!


  8. Diane 30 June 2010 / 2:54 pm

    >No, we'll never forget the "hand of God".


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