Come on brain, don't let me down now. I can handle the physical knocks and and aches but if the brain goes then I'm sunk. All it will take is for me to get my days mixed up, think that I'm skating that night, miss my lunch-time window and that Rach is out past 11 meaning I can't get out to skate before the clocks strike twelve and I turn to a pillar of salt and the S.E.D.J. dream comes to a rather pathetic end.
That is one possible outcome and there are thousands of versions similar. Tonight was just one such version. Unfortunately you, dear reader, are the unsuspecting victim of this cerebral meltdown.
Earlier today i needed to grab some images off the Lumix for the last blog entry, I managed to leave the camera on after downloading the shots. So when I reach into my bag while a t Playstaion/Bay66 tonight I spot the battery is already dangerously low. So low in fact that i get two useless frames before it dies. See, nothing groundbreaking, just forgetting to unplug the bloody camera. As a result YOU have to put up with these shockingly bad photos to the guys at the session, who were: Johners, Irish Steve, Jamie, Alan, Jack, Awadh, Jotham and Kev.
|Alan, Steve, Jamie (hidden) and Awadh ready for snakeing.|
|An out of focus Jotham.|
|A badly lit and red-eyed Jamie, and Alan were both on fine form|
|Adam was being all shy again.|
We spent the first half of the session having a Wembly Gap session over on the street course and then the obligatory snake session on the mini. I couldn't shoot any actual skating as the HTC Phone I've got is worse than useless in that regard. Despite the camera fuck-up I'm happy with Day 25, I had a good skate, got backside 180's up the gap again and it looks like I'm going to get to bed before one o'clock.
Day 26 is another quick lunch-time visit to Meanwhile II/Royal Oak, aiming to be there for 1.15pm for a half hour skate and then it's back to work. You know the drill, if you are about....