Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Quels transports il doit exciter

Bastille Day is a particularly notable day for me (much more so than for those foreigners over the other side of the Channel, I'm sure), because it marks the anniversary of me starting my new job at Boots. Wow, two years. Am I really the kind of person who stays in a job for two years, now? That's rather disturbing, isn't it? It's the first time I've done that for a long time. It's certainly the first time I've had occasion to write about doing that in the five years I've been blogging, for one thing. Wow, five years. Am I really the kind of person who keeps a blog going for five years, now? Well, I will be next Wednesday, anyway. That's also rather disturbing, isn't it?

I need to find something new and temporary to do, quick. In another month it'll be ten years since I started taking part in memory competitions, and that'll be the most disturbing realisation of all.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hopefully you'll keep it up for another ten years Ben :-)

I just thought. You are a decamentathlete in more ways than one now.

Perhaps you could work really hard for a few months to get the word record in all disciplines and become a tridecamentathlete.

Dai Griffiths

I'll be the guy that invents new words. I'll change my name to Samuel Johnson just in case.