Was walking Bruno today when it started raining so we ducked into the pub
Out with OER Hub team for our Christmas meal at the Drafthouse in MK
I pay into a wine club thing monthly and my Christmas case arrived. I would like to pretend it’ll be for all the guests visiting over Christmas but no, it’s all mine.
Dropped daughter back with her mum today and when I returned my beer club delivery had been made. So tonight sampled a couple of these and watched some horror movies, like a bloke in the house on his own. Bliss.
A sneaky mid week beer. I like that there is a wide range of beers available in supermarkets now, but there is a bit of regret that you don’t get that sense of only being able to get a beer in its locality now. I used to enjoy being in Cornwall and finding Proper Job or Doombar and that being part of the holiday.
There is a beer festival at the local, so Bruno insisted we stop in to try it out
Met up with Simon Horrocks and Andrew Smith of the OU tonight for some beers. I joked it was like an ou version of last of the summer wine.
David Kernohan & Viv Rolfe were in town to see some jazz so joined us for a pint too.
Today marked 10 years since I started blogging. I [url=http://blog.edtechie.net/weblogs/10-years-of-edtechie-the-imposter-gang/]blogged (of course) about it.[/url] I also had a lemon cake and I dug out some candles from the cupboard. Yes I was on my own. I didn’t light the candles, I wouldn’t want you to think I was some kind of sad loser after all.
Popped Bruno down the refurbished local today. They boast having a guest ale, but it seems to be a Brains guest ale, which tastes like most of the other Brains beers. This one is named after the Stereophonics. Still, Bruno only had a couple of barks and seemed happy enough.
Not a great day, so this fellow was welcome