A Common Thread

Writing about web page http://www.coventry.gov.uk/ccm/navigation/leisure-and-culture/events-and-activities/

So – that’s why this reflective blogging thing is useful then?

I’ve detected a common thread.

I am once again about to start the search for a hobby other than cooking and going out drinking with friends.

Except this time I’m really making a determined effort…

So far I have:

  • Applied for my Warwick Learning Account vouchers
  • Signed up for Beginners’ Italian
  • Enquired about Beginner’s Judo at Effective Fitness who promise “No mirrors, no lycra – just results.”
  • Enquired about learning Rock Climbing at the University Sports Centre
  • Volunteered to help with the Mas costumes for next year’s Godiva Festival

And obviously I’ll be persevering with the manga and decoupage.

But remember children:

But you must try, try and try
Try and try, you’ll succeed at once

Which probably explains the hobby failure rate!

We
also picked up paint charts last week (cue disaster movie music) – and
we haven’t even decided what room we want to decorate first yet!

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Comments
3 Responses to “A Common Thread”
  1. Tom Abbott says:

    Homer’s advice to Bart – If it’s hard to do, it’s not worth doing

  2. Do you know these so-called ‘Volunteers’ don’t even get paid!

  3. Casey Leaver says:

    If you really want something in life you have to work for it. Now quiet, they’re about to announce the lottery numbers.

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