Calum fell over

8 Feb

One minute Cal was like this:

And then he fell over. He was okay though, but he didn’t get any marks. Which meant he didn’t do very well in his competition. It wasn’t his fault, he says.

And when we got home on Sunday, we appeared to have had some giant goose in the garden:

Quick update cos I have to go and get Cal from Youth Club – the TKOE shop is offlimits for a couple of days as it’s being upgraded. Don’t worry, it’ll be back shortly.

TKOE blood donations: 8

And article about Rosie – and you all –  here



4 Responses to “Calum fell over”

  1. Trudy Robertson. February 8, 2012 at 8:44 pm #

    Hi Jo,Great article. Poor Cal,don’t you just hate it when that happens,bad trampoline. I think your goose in you garden is a Moorhen.

  2. margaret crisp February 9, 2012 at 11:27 am #

    Hi Jo, found the article yesterday and thought it was great – yes, it is quite a community on here! Hope Cal hasn’t got any soreness after his fall…
    It’s really cold here, with snow forecast so have been shopping and stocked up! We were going to go out for lunch today as a belated birthday treat but decided to go next week. Why??/ Because I just LOVE the looking forward to it, even more than actually going. It’s the same for me with Christmas, I soooo enjoy the preparation…rather better than the day itself!

  3. celia butler February 9, 2012 at 2:25 pm #

    Bad luck Cal. At least you fell over inside, when most people were falling over outside on the snow and ice. All will be well next time.
    Great to see Rosie heading up the BBC article. I never really ‘got’Facebook and Skype and all those online communication things until I worked away, and then realised just how valuable they can be. I think Rosie took it to a whole new level with her blog alongside the fundraising enterprise, and now we can use social networking as one way to carry on her work. Good stuff.
    Nearly the weekend again, hope it’s a good one for you. x

  4. Debbie February 10, 2012 at 12:20 am #

    I am glad Calum wasn’t hurt. But that’s not a giant goose. It’s a flight path. Honest.

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