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If there's one thing I have learned over the last couple of years, it is 'never volunteer for anything'.
When I was a kid and we had a couple of pianos in the house, my uncle used to say that - if ever I should find myself in the army and the Sergeant-Major asked anyone to raise their hand if they could play the piano, I was not to admit to it. He said the thing would go like this:
"Hands up anyone who can play piano."
Gullible private raises hand.
"Right. Follow me. You're peeling potatoes for the next two weeks."
Two years ago, a Board member asked me if I could think of anything that the pub could do for the Bath Fringe and associated activities. I said he had left it too late to do anything worthwhile, so we should speak after Christmas.
About three months after Christmas he asked me again, and I came up with the idea of a video-mapping event (don't ask, just find out for yourselves if you're that interested). Good idea he said, could I organise it? Yes, I said. That was when my persona was taken over by Linda Snell.
If I had known exactly how much work was going to be left entirely up to me in order to make a 6 minute video a reality, then I would have kept my bloody mouth shut.
I only hope it will be worth it.
Braving the weather and other topics. - The weather forecast said sleet from eleven this morning at our level (600ft) and heavy snow at the level of The Golf Club where we have our lunch every Su...
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