I *like* running hills. It might not always be fun but tonight was one of the good ones once my legs got over feeling dead from the past two days of being sat at a desk.
If you like seventies style, you gotta watch "Rush", I'm more NASCAR than F1 but Ron Howard made a very entertaining movie that was a feast for the eyes--and I'm not just talking about Chris Hemsworth aka Thor. The wardrobe in this movie is AMAZING.
Finally remembered to submit my picture for the INKnBURN #MondayMontage!
I love living in England but that fondness ends at all the pay to park areas. This is a selection of the parking ticket receipts I fished out of my car before taking it in to be MOT'd yesterday. It passed by the way :-)
Speaking of passing, I passed my Theory and Hazard Perception tests on Tuesday. Just missed one on the former and got through the latter with more than enough points despite scoring a big fat zero on one of the clips where I apparently clicked the mouse button too many times. Some of the questions are common sense but for the majority of it you need to know the Highway Code book inside and out. It should also be the latest version, my book from AA was from 2011 and I had one question that wasn't anywhere in my copy.
Blackberries are still ripening although we are getting to the last of them. Someone decided to bring out the camera when I was on the step ladder trying to reach over the fence and into the hedge trying to pick as many as I could to freeze for later. I do appreciate getting to admire how awesome those boots are though.
I'm being assimilated. Yesterday I was struggling to say dollar rather than pound when discussing American/Canadian/British money.
After joining an American expat women's group on facebook I was reminded about how lucky I am to be a runner and how much I appreciate the running club. It has made the transition to living here so much easier than it would have been otherwise because it has introduced me to so many awesome people. I still get homesick and miss my friends back home but I don't have the sense of isolation that so many others have.
Today was the Scotland vote for independence, as of yet we don't know the outcome and I'm not going to share my feelings about it here but it does make me sad to think that any future visits I take to our neighbouring country up north might require a passport check.