This has been quite the week for cycling for me. I went out on my bike for the first time in over a year. Broke my bike. Took it in to get fixed and ended up buying a new one.Continue reading Cycling adventures
This is the current list of podcasts that I’m listening to.
Quite a few in the productivity, agile and work culture category. Cricket and cycling (obviously!). The two Queen podcasts I blogged about recently.
I’m a late listener to Richard Herring’s RHLSTP (pronounced ruh-hul-US-tuh-puh!) which can be fun.
My True North is a recent addition after following Kalle Flodin’s YouTube channel for a few months.
You can download the OPML file at PocketCasts to grab and import the whole list.
Back in 2006, I was living and working in London. I moved in to a flat in Camberwell with my friend Jonny, whom I had met in the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. Jonny was the organist at a church on Vauxhall Bridge Road and inevitably I tagged along and made that my church too.
One summer’s evening as we were walking back from church, we passed the Camberwell Evangelical Church. There was an evening service on as we could hear singing even if we couldn’t clearly see through the windows.
It seemed clear to us that they were doing some renovations as there was a yellow skip outside on the road, stacked high with debris. The skip was also on fire.Continue reading Do you have any sausages?
What a beautiful morning to have my second AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccination.
I had quite a dramatic response to the first dose (sore arm, fever, flu-like symptons, exhaustion). I’m hoping that my reaction to the second dose will be much less, although my arm is starting to hurt a little already.