The Infinity Blade game on my iPad has taken up a fair bit of my time this weekend and, of course, there has been lots of sport on tv, from Andy Murray’s late night heroics at Wimbledon which was entertaining to Italy’s drubbing by Spain which wasn’t.
I’ve identified another of my five-times great-grandparents (I’m not far from the full set) and spent hours agonising over whether to buy a petrol mower or stick to electric to replace the one that conked out spectacularly last week.
I also stood in the rain quite a lot this weekend trying to keep my camera dry while I took photos at the Brabyns Championship Dog Show as a favour for a friend, like the one above. (The photo, not the friend)
I had planned to go into Manchester yesterday to take photos of the annual Madonna Del Rosario procession, but the weather looked so miserable that I didn’t bother. (Sorry to have missed you Trevor)
As I said, I’d like to think these were the important things that were keeping me from blogging, but they weren’t. I just couldn’t think of anything to say.
However, you can always rely on the Sunday papers for a bit of inspiration and an article I read yesterday on the state of American television got me thinking, but it will have to wait until tomorrow because I’ve got lots of doing nothing to keep me busy.