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We're just watching the mogul thing. It hurts my knees just to look at it! I haven't seen anything else yet today, though. Does anyone know when the men's downhill is now due to take place? I'm really hoping I'll be able to watch that one!

I see Vernon Kay's been a naughty boy. Tut, tut, tut...

Young Mr Kieswetter continues to impress for the England Lions - he was 40 not out today (the top score) and made a couple of stumpings. It's going to be really interesting to see how he does if he's selected for the game against England during the week!

I meant to mention this yesterday but Kate and the family went up to Stamford Bridge yesterday to watch Chelsea -v- Cardiff. And for some reason she was shocked by all the crowd violence and aggro that went on afterwards. It's Chelsea -v- Cardiff - surely anyone could have seen that that was a recipe for fisticuffs? I think it scared her a little because they had the girls with them but still nearly got caught up in a fight. I honestly don't know why she takes the kids there, you know...

I'm looking forward to watching Dancing on Ice this evening. And I'm hoping the Delectable Daniel doesn't make another error because that was far too scary last week!

There appears to be a film out that I may want to go and see. Actually, two! One is the film which [livejournal.com profile] me_unabridged saw yesterday and which made her cry, and the other is the film of Shutter Island. I read the novel that it's based on a few years ago and really loved it, so I'm actually quite keen to go and see it in the cinema. *faints*

I haven't done much today. I finished the book I was reading (Divine Evil by Nora Roberts - good, but I wish she'd change her basic story format occasionally) and am now waiting to start The Spire by Richard North Patterson, which I picked up at the library yesterday. I'm the first person to borrow it. I love that! [/geek]

And that's my news, I think. Oh, except to say this (once again)... Valentine, Schmalentine...
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I've had a proper lazy day today.

I got up at around 9.45am and had a bite of breakfast before walking Dexter. Then I read for quite a while, until I could feel myself getting ready to doze off. So I then got myself up and nipped off to Tesco to do my weekly shop (back on the healthy stuff again tomorrow), and then went down to M&S to get a stuffed salmon thing for tonight's dinner (which we've just eaten) and a very naughty KFC for lunch. And then this afternoon I did a bit more reading, watched some old episodes of Escape to the Country (I'm getting rather obsessed with this show, which is a tad worrying because it's making me want to escape to the country myself and sadly can't afford to), and then I walked Dexter again before coming back, reading some more, and then cooking and eating dinner whilst watching Ski Sunday.

And now we're watching Dancing on Ice, but I'm on delay so no spoilers please!

I'm planning on getting up early doors to do some exercise before work tomorrow, but I can't decide whether to just go to the gym, just go for a swim or do a bit of both. Decisions, decisions...

Oh, and in case anyone's wondering - I'm not mentioning the cricket because I have nothing constructive to say about it, except this... Why do England show you a bit of how good they can be and then always go and spoil it by being crap, and how do some of the Saffas sleep at night?

Right. Time to watch some ice skating. And to drink some wine. Good stuff!

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