|The first time I went in a plane|
I jumped out of it. A Reims Rocket
was the plane. This was
not such a silly idea if you
plan ahead and have a parachute
It is only the last inch of 2000ft fall that
does the damage
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Saturday again time has come round really quickly. I am going to take this opportunity to take my foot off the gas a little. Three blogs running, two domains and countless, alright a few, meetings this week around the subject of a micro enterprise designed to support social entrepreneurship has been quite tiring. But rewarding. I have distilled down the root cause of my career change into what I feel is a reasonable game plan. I can go and watch whatever sport I choose this afternoon. I will be without that now unnecessary and lingering feeling of guilt for not doing the never ending mountain of work expected as a teacher. So I will select some of the best experiences of the week.
Web 2.0 has been a theme. I came across this video of a little kitten which I used as a final link in yesterday's blog. We also as the cricket was finishing had a visit from Batman and Superman.
On the subject of cricket a very good book is Bob Woolmer's Art and Science of Cricket. I recommend that any parent whose child is taking up cricket should read pages 616 and 617 which show a bowler's logbook . Youngsters can easily become over bowled if they play for school, local club and if good enough county. Even if you are not a cricket fan the Chapter10 is a brilliant guide to physiology and fitness for any sport. Which leads me onto the final point of mention that a new gym aiming to promote Wellbeing is opening in the town.
I will have a wander down the High Street and complete the Saturday ritual by buying the East Anglian Daily Times