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Nearly Twisted Ankle

November 1st, 2007 at 12:22pm

Yesterday afternoon whilst taking photos of the next hill in my Hills and Mountains of Canberra series I came very close to twisting my ankle, and it is still quite uncomfortable whenever I put weight on it.

I can walk, but it is more of a hobble than a walk. The reason I mention it is that last night I was planning on writing a few things to appear throughout today, and I was going to record the next Editorial Echoes, alas none of those things happened because it was too difficult to sit still for a reasonable length of time, which made it difficult to concentrate…I also tired quite quickly last night, and found myself quite frustrated by not being able to get to sleep as a result of not being able to find a comfortable position.

I don’t like being idle…so I found useless things to do for short periods of time, this (sorry Abe) meant that for one reason or another Abe, Clive Robertson’s producer, heard from me half a dozen times. Abe seemed to take it all in good humour though, and tried to help me get to sleep, so thank you Abe.

I also sent a rather irate email to someone who, in hindsight, completely deserved it.

Anyway, I’ve forgotten my point, but I think it had something to do with a current delay in writing things for this blog…I think.


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  • 1. Clayton Northcutt  |  November 1st, 2007 at 6:52 pm

    Samuel, have you seen the new Valvoline ad with Ricky Ponting and John Laws? It may only be an online ad, as I’ve yet to see it off the Cricinfo sight. Quite funny.

  • 2. Hamesucken  |  November 1st, 2007 at 7:43 pm

    I hope you feel better soon, Sam.


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