Himself is firmly of the opinion that sea-sickness is all in the mind. I beg to differ. He is however convinced, that if he gets me aboard his floating bath tub, on enough occasions, and if I catch sufficient fish, I will simply ‘grow’ a pair of sea-legs and be able to … [Read more...]
That's Life is a collection of anecdotes with a touch of humour. Some of these articles were originally published on my first blog "Tales from the Ratcatcher's Wife"
Himself decided recently, that I have been working too hard. With great kindness and generosity, he took it upon himself to organize a nice break, on the Dorset Coast, to help me recharge my batteries and relax. Setting off We leave just after 9 am when the rush hour has … [Read more...]
Sometimes, things take a little longer than we expect. And some days don't go according to plan. I am writing a series on Stop Whistle training. I thought it would be nice to have some video clips to illustrate these articles. Over the last few days I have recorded … [Read more...]
This is one of the articles I have moved over from my old website. It was first published in 2011. Rivers of Vomit I was going to call this post ‘Rivers of Vomit’ but Himself said there was far too much vomit in it, without putting it in the title. Last weekend, my … [Read more...]
I had always imagined the that spinning sensation of 'vertigo' would be a fairly gentle (if nauseating) sensation. Not a violent and unprovoked assault. When the bathroom floor decided to rotate itself through 90 degrees and smack me in the face at 6 o'clock this morning, … [Read more...]
September’s issue of ‘My Boat’s Bigger than Your Boat Magazine’ dropped through the letter box this morning and glancing through it I was interested to read about the ongoing saga of Dorset’s Bluefin Tuna. Apparently a 35lb specimen of this splendid fish was captured by a … [Read more...]