Well seeing that every man and his dog has one of these online journal malarkeys these days and I've been humming and hawing about doing this for ages, I have finally decided just to get on with it. I haven't kept a diary since I was about 9 years old and I doubt that I'll be any better at it now than I was then. This shall be incredibly boring due to the fact that my life is indescribably tedious. (Although you could have guessed that from the fact that it's 8.30 on a Friday night, I'm still at home and I'm actually looking forward to watching Big Brother..Even my Mum has gone out...)
Yes, what should I write now? Do I introduce myself or what? Do I have to immediately launch into a blow by blow account of all that I achieved today? This is confusing.
The most obvious thing to do would be to write my account of the Halifax trip and all that it entailed, but actually that's all been done pretty well by everyone else for me - thanks guys! Perhaps one day I'll go into detail of the notorious Tim Cuddle, but as for just now, I'm happy to keep it a private memory. I don't think words could do it justice.
For this being a public journal, I haven't really given much away. Do I have your permission to ramble? Until I'm sure that it wouldn't all be in vain, I think that's it.
Disappointing first entry, to be sure. (I've turned Irish, apparently...)
You can ramble as much as you like- I never know what to write so you get whatever is at the top of my head when I'm typing- like right now I've been typing out the 'Riggers Handbook' (for my construction mate) and my head is swimming with Bull Dog Grips and their stats, sheaves, crane hand signals, shackles and tandem lifting... I'll stop there- this is your journal not mine!