Tag: Gerard Houllier

Happily back home again for a few days

Bereft of the internet and L’Equipe for a few days at my parents’, I feel seriously out of the loop. It’s as if the pillars of my daily existence have gone walk about, leaving me floundering. That, combined with the work involved pre-and- post Kivilev, means I’ve not had… Continue Reading “Happily back home again for a few days”

Close run thing

I finally got around to taking my beloved BMC I down to my LBS (Local Bike Shop) to have the set up changed to that of my beloved BMC II. I also splashed out on a new saddle, as the old one was looking kinda… Continue Reading “Close run thing”

Sporting round up

The continued downpour which has confined me indoors has allowed me to catch up with a number of sporting events. Yesterday, I watched the fourth and final competition of the “Four Hills” Ski Jumping Tournament from  Bischofshofen, Austria. In years past, I have watched the… Continue Reading “Sporting round up”

How was yours?

Christmas Eve After our usual festive feast of oysters and lobster, swilled down with champagne, my beloved fell asleep on the sofa – early night. Christmas Day I woke my beloved at 08:30am with a cup of coffee and his presents. I prepared breakfast… Continue Reading “How was yours?”

Supersized disappointment

After my jaunt to the land of  supersized portions, you might be wondering how the regime is faring. I’m still on track, aided by the cold which has robbed me of my appetite. The US wasn’t too bad. I had porridge for breakfast, salads… Continue Reading “Supersized disappointment”

Postcards from Manhattan II

I have finally managed to wrest control of the laptop, and access to the internet,  from my beloved who, citing his business needs, has been hogging it for most of the trip. Seems fair. I’m now sitting in the BA lounge looking forward to our flight… Continue Reading “Postcards from Manhattan II”

Twinkle, twinkle

Gratifyingly good performances from both England and France yesterday evening as they look to distance the disappointment of the World Cup in South Africa. For Capello it is business as usual, though injuries have prompted (forced) him to give opportunities to some promising players, notably Adam… Continue Reading “Twinkle, twinkle”