No need to worry about me any more. I have embraced celebrity culture in Cambodia instead. Check me out hobnobbing with Phnom Penh’s answer to David Beckham! Fickle Moi? Possibly, but hey, we all need our coping strategies. It’ll still be a mega love-in if I get to follow in the footsteps of Jees or Pash once I’m back in the UK! 🙂 Oh, and you do know you can check out all my Cambodian Adventures on my other blog Cambodia Calling right? If you want to eavesdrop on my TEFLing exploits feel free.
Don’t get me wrong, I think Jessica Ennis and Paul Sinton-Hewitt (or Jees and Pash as I like to call them) are pretty awesome, it’s just that now I’ve got bigger fish to fry. I’m over them. I have decided not to become embittered by ‘what might have been‘ but rather to celebrate the awesomeness that surrounds me here. This morning dear reader, I have been dancing amongst the stars and I mean that LITERALLY people, not just metaphorically. – Though the ‘stars’ are in the sense of ‘celebrities’ not ‘celestial bodies’ so try not to get confused. Look, just keep up will you, it’s not all that complicated if you just show a bit of patience and concentrate, all will be clear!
This morning, I decided a trip out to the Olympic Stadium was in order. Background is I’ve been feeling a bit grumpy knickers lately. …
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