I worked today, which was pretty enjoyable. It’s hard to believe that the school Summer holidays are nearly over, with only this week and next week left. At least I won’t be going anywhere for a few weeks beyond that. I have been enjoying Summer hols since June!
Some music and a bit of sun (which is a rarity at the moment here) put me in an excellent mood when I went for my usual evening walk. It’s been so wet the last week I haven't been for days, so it was nice to get back out there. Here’s a couple of random but rather nice pictures I took:
That’s a plum by the way if you’re wondering.
I have developed a new pet hate recently. Why do news programmes insist on having a live report on most stories? For example they will have a story about the economy and then there will be a live broadcast from outside the Bank of England. What’s the point in them being there? There is nothing going on there and we already know the story! It’s a waste of money and bad for the environment. If they really need to have someone talking about a news report, why can’t they do it in the studio, making the whole thing much cheaper? The pointless live on location reports add nothing to the story and you get distracted by passing traffic and people and don’t really listen to the story. End of rant. BBC: take note.
Before I go, I just want to say thank you to all the lovely people who have been reading this blog recently. It’s nice to have you on board, and don’t forget that I love your comments so type one below!