My brain and my body both knew I would be racing tonight, and conspired to make sure I slept in late this morning to get enough rest. It was a shame I had to get[…]
Today I wrote half a script for a shoot on Saturday. At lunchtime today, I had been walking through Hong Lim Park, a small square of grass near my office, worried that we had no[…]
After the scissors and forceps horror of last week, this week’s class was all about breast milk, which was much calmer and relaxing. Babies like warm milk; possibly that’s how Starbucks have made their billions,[…]
The massage I had last night was like a colossal off-switch. Not only did it harpoon me in the brain immediately afterwards, I found it almost impossible to get up today. So much for rejuvenation[…]
My wife and I had a 90 minute massage today. I’d had a trying day where everything was twice as difficult as necessary, and she’s pregnant, so we needed some respite. I didn’t realise how[…]
With less than a week until my last race for months, I knew I needed to put some miles in.
Yesterday we went to see Fast & Furious 6 (it’s been so long since the definite article was dropped that I hardly miss it now). This franchise has gone from a pleasingly mindless cops and[…]
Today I bought Arkham Horror, a board game set in the world of Cthulhu Mythos, those ever-so-slimy monsters inspired by H.P. Lovecraft and his racist/tubercular/generally messed up view of the universe.
I awoke at 5:30 this morning, in the middle of a rainstorm. Singapore is very organised, so if it rains in the morning then it seldom rains again that day, but frankly I’d have preferred[…]
Wednesday comes, and with it another visit to Tanglin Mall. This week, after being taught about the miracle of childbirth in the first two weeks (protip: gravity is your friend), we were treated to Some[…]