Well hello there! Hope everyone’s well and enjoying the Wimbledon (if they’re as tennis-mad as I am). I thought that Murray’s performance in the fourth and final set tonight conveyed why he’s such a great champion. And Jo Konta through to the fourth round too; awesome!
Anyway, enough about tennis (believe me when I say that I could talk about tennis until the cows come home (and these cows are on vacation in Australia)).
So things are a bit manic at the moment, but that’s completely my own fault as I’m definitely right of arc hyperactivity-wise. Actually, I’m probably not even on an arc. Things are busy in my day job (I’m an analyst), there’s a lot coming up with my charity (my night job) and I’ve been busy doing a couple of interviews about my book (my weekend job). Ref. my book (which is meant to be the whole point of this blog), was lovely to get such a nice review from Readers’ Favorite this week (https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/two-hundred-very-short-stories). So, anyway, given all this manicness (which isn’t actually a word, but it should be), it’s been tough to find enough time to watch all of the 'Today at Wimbledon's. And there we go again, I’m back on to tennis...
Have a great weekend! Helen