Poetry In Motion

So I’m on the train to the Big Smoke and I bought George the Laptop with me, determined to use this enforced period of seating and free wifi to catch up on all my emails, especially the ones from April, so people don’t go on thinking I am a Snobby McSnobbypants; and update my darn blogs so people don’t get bored and never come back. But my seat is facing BACKWARDS and as the scenery whizzes past my window I feel like I am going to spew. Urrgh. I fear those scrambled eggs I ate for lunch are going to come back and haunt me. Arrrrghhhh!

A wee while later… Okay I just posted another entry but it stank so I took it down. Apologies to the Notify List and RSS folk! More soon.

14 thoughts on “Poetry In Motion

  1. I went off scrambled eggs when pregnant and sicky, and have never really fancied them again (and my youngest is 23!) Such is the power of your writing that you brought back that icky feeling of being rather loosely attached to lunch…

    Have a nice time in London.

  2. You should know by now that we will keep coming back, and keep waiting for another post. And we all get how sometimes its just hard to find time to think of something interesting, write it coherently, upload it and stil have time to do all those other things that make up life.

    And remember for the trip home, sitting backwards is very bad. Very bad indeed πŸ˜‰

  3. I can’t travel sitting backwards, either. Or sitting in the backseat of a car, for that matter.

    You’ll never be rid of stalkers like me! πŸ™‚

  4. Hi Shauna I just discovered my blog, I started my own weight loss blog about 2 months ago and have dropped 25 pounds so I’m super excited. Will be checking back…

  5. I really enjoyed reading your entry on the ‘loose skin’. I lost 28 k’s (up a couple now) and was really worried as being older thought I would have a real problem with loose skin. Apart from the flabby underarms I feel happy with how my body has adjusted with no problems with loose skin. I feel losing slowly has helped also I have done aqua aerobic classes right through out which I feel has helped. Like how you write – will be back!!

  6. What? You’re going to TOronto, Canada? Hehehe… when someone here says they’re going to the Big Smoke, it usually means Toronto or Hamilton (ahhh, it’s just one big city these days anyways, haha)…. Sorry – that was geeky. I couldn’t resist! Just sharin’ some canadian culture with you πŸ™‚

  7. Oh yeah, I know that feeling all too well. I haven’t been able to read on my bus ride to work lately which is annoying. Did you just go past that castle!? You have views like that!? I’d have my face plastered to the window then, not in some book or laptop. My daily bus ride is out to corporate hell in a surburban business park. Arrghhh….the pain.

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