Candice: Yes that says gold, not Goal for those of you in to football. Think in more of a Spandau Ballet stylie (speaking of which, have been dragged to see them twice and actually had quite a good time but always full of people older than me trying to relive their youth. lots of air punching and arms round shoulders)
Anyway, I posted last week I was on the look out for a gold box postbox. Well as you can see I found on in Alcester, just down the road. It’s the box of Nick Skelton, Olympic horsey type person. Apparently there has been abit of a ho ha about this box, as it’s near Skelton’s house but the town he was born in, Bedworth, Cov, kicked up such a fuss they have one too.
We pulled up on a damp afternoon in the town, nipped out, did the honours and then turned round to find four other groups queuing to do the same. Hum, I know we are trend setters, but….
According to my friend, this one looks like a gold Dalek.
I then went home and painted my nails in a gold stylie with added crackle effect. So I was really feeling the GOLD rush post Olympics.
Let’s be serious, I wasnt really, I was doing what everyone does. Procrastinating. We all do it, and some of us could win an Olympic gold at it. I have to say I’m not great at getting down to things if I have too much time on my hands. One small job can fill a day. But, if I’m busy, I get 10 things done.
There are some great stories in this article on the BBC website, entitled “Epic tales of time wasting“. Discovered whilst trying to be busy at work (actually not by me I must add).
Ask any writer what they did today, and if they were faced with a lie detector test most would say, “Procrastinated, mainly”. So here’s to us all finding time to fill the day, and now I’m off to weigh the cat….
PS: My husband has actually done this while working from home. and emailed me to tell me.