Thanks for popping in. All the best laid plans, and all that! My neck just clicked yesterday afternoon – and that was that. Went to put my jacket on, and it froze. Hurt like hell. One more night in a hotel bed would have polished me off totally. So I finally had to accept that it was game over, time to stop, time to hand over the keys.
Dear Paul took the reins on the Pergamano Shows, did a splendid job and sold out – which is difficult to top, innit?! Thanks to Paul, the shows carried on.
The Tree Sampler Groovi Platehas proved popular. It certainly is very useful! Loads of mileage in those little boxes. Thank you!
I stayed back home with Dave on his birthday, and defrosted a couple of last year’s wedding cup cakes to celebrate – which still tasted wonderful!
Note to self: don’t chase straight from a big TV weekend to the NEC for 5 days – and then think you will be fit to climb back in the telly saddle overnight. Just don’t ping back like I used to.
My neck is my weak spot. It comes from years of demming and crafting, looking down. Just a hazard of the job. A week of doing nothing will set it right again. How lucky am I, that all I have to do is nothing, for the problem to go away!
Hahahaha! I have got good news though. No. I’m not retiring! Not just yet!
To all our Scottish friends: We have just signed up for the SECC in March 2020! The organizers have finally added an extra week in between the SECC (5-8 March) and the NEC (19-22), so we can. Put the dates in your diaries! We will have a blast! I do hope our Scottish pals make the trip to Glasgow now we’ve signed along the dotted line!
Time to go indoors and do some more nothing. Well, the BRAIN will still keep going – and we have got so much BIG STUFF in the pipeline, ther’s SO MUCH to think about!!
I can’t spill the beans just yet, because it’s not set in stone, but there’s something pretty epic on the horizon…
Love & Hugs