14 November 2006

Rubbish


I have been rather a lax blogger of late. I would love to say that this is because my life has suddenly become really exciting. It's not. It's because my life has suddenly become quite stressful with lots of essays. So, I have been spending rather a lot of time in the library, which doesn't really inspire my creative blogging juices.
On a rather more exciting note, or rather one that doesn't revolve around the library I have joined a choir, and am now doing three dance classes a week :) The choir is really hard work, but good fun, and we're doing a concert in a few weeks. Dancing is also great, nice to do something relaxing (ish) after a day in the library. And beginner's tap is hugely entertaining, if slightly frustrating because I can't get my feet to do what I want them to do!!!
Anyway, I'm still here, commenting and reading other people's blogs, so I just thought I'd drop you a line :)

6 comments:

Liz said...

I mis-read your perfectly punctuated sentence and thought it was a dancing choir you had joined!

Can't sing to save my life (though I love to sing - in private) but enjoyed the dnacing classes we've done. Husband is away too much for us to make any classes these days. I especially like the sexy latin dancing.

Clare said...

I have just done two and a half hours of ballet, and now I have aches in places I didn't know I could ache...I'm sure it's good for me, but ouch!

bananatree said...

hello, sorry i haven't properly replied to your messages and things.....
thanks for the card, was v sweet of you. am currently enjoying the new Scotland St series book.
choir sounds good- glad that it's a challenge- & don't dance too hard! cool you're enjoying it tho.
happy study in the library- & say hello to Luke from me when you see him. good for him to take the jump, quite bizarre tho!!

Anonymous said...

I can't sing for toffee but love to do so in private too! Perhaps Liz and I should form a non-singing choir?

The best thing about Saturdays (apart from having Pete home) is Strictly Come Dancing. I love it. The glamour. The dance. Not fussed about the competition much - as long as Matt wins.

Clare said...

Alexander McCall Smith (one of my favourite authors!), is a member of an orchestra he founded (I think), called the Really Terrible Orchestra. Whether they are terrible or not, I don't know, but I like the idea of a "Non singing choir", who could, perhaps accompany the RTO on tour! xx

Liz said...

Sign me up for that! Can I bash a drum badly as well? (Okay, yes, I can bash a drum badly but I meant on tour!)