This blog is becoming like a sorry tale of travel delays and, well we were jinxed again tonight after our Gatwick flight from Bermuda was cancelled due to the gale force winds flailing across the island all day. The inward flight was redirected to Boston and after arrival at the airport we were told that the "crew had exceeded their hours."
Sleep well crew.
We were due at some friends tomorrow for brunch, our hosts going to a lot of effort to gather other friends together and we're hugely disappointed not to see them. We will now try to leave again tomorrow night.
Today was frankly a fog of unpacking and packing but I have just caught up with all of the scores and we couldn't have realistically expected any better although Leeds equalising in the 95th minute (they have scored some very late goals this season) and Norwich getting two in the last ten was a bit sickening. My Brighton mate emailed me earlier and was thoroughly depressed stating that they should have had the game won before Norwich scored. There is no stopping those blasted Canaries.
Stockport did us proud so that we could retain 3rd place, Huddersfield and Swindon equalised each other out in Yorkshire while Neil Harris scored an 81st minute winner for Millwall to secure a fifth consecutive win.
Football violence was back in the news today after trouble at the Millwall Youth Cup game
at Aston Villa on Friday and less surprising was the clashes outside St Mary's
today after Pompey thrashed Pardew's Southampton.
So I'm now sat here amongst a couple of suitcases with a Heineken watching the coverage of the Winter Olympics
. I loved the Short Track Speed Skating qualifying, it was like a game of chess and now it is the Luge. I watched in horror earlier today as I saw the pictures of Georgian Nodar Kumaritashvili's death run
. NBC have just said they won't be showing it again (the Olympic network showed it four times in total) and while that is respectively well advised, not showing the evidence may well hide a lot of the track's deficiences.