The Deep The World's Only Submarium! I have no idea what that means but it sounds ace. I should visit Hull again, haven't been back there for years.
Osgood-Schlatter disease is an irritation of the patellar ligament at the tibial tuberosity. It is characterized by painful lumps just below the knee and is most often seen in young adolescents. Risk factors may include excess weight and overzealous conditioning (running and jumping), but adolescent bone growth is at the root of it.
Email from the school telling us that [our] son was given a letter this morning with strict instructions to deliver it to you, please ask him for it. A copy of the letter was attached the email too. Since we now have the letter, well ahead of the end of the school day, I can only conclude this some kind of test. Can Year 8 boys successfully transport a piece of paper, an important piece of paper, from school to home and then remember to give it to us?
The letter isn't actually that important. It's essentially a reminder that the school trip is in a couple of weeks, a list of what to bring, and of what not to bring. Is is a test.
I know it's childish, but I do snigger every time the Met Office issue a Warning of Wind.
Leaving a cashpoint this morning, I dropped something out of my wallet. I was alerted to this by a private hire driver, who communicated with me the only way he knew how.
Waiting outside the gym with Harry when the door opens and virtually the entire British Womens Artistic Squad walked passed. They look bigger than they do on the telly. Except for Rebecca Tunney. She's tiny.