Hello Dear ones,
It has been difficult to keep up with the bloggings as My time has been full to the top. But I am here now.
The race for the Olympic Gold Medallion is going great. Although today somebody made Me play a tall one. I already have a ridiculously difficult draw so I think is making the insults. Let’s not make the problems though, it went OK. An exciting match full of great rallies!
I prefer not to speak about my doubles with Stanford. As Mr. Captain Mannering used to say in the British show, ‘Father’s Army’ – “Stupid Boy”. Although if I am making the honesty I will say that I already have this gold medallion. I am looking for the one you get for playing by yourself (not with a friend). I will wear it proudly and fashionably with the open shirts.
I have spent so long here in the UK I feel that I am a local one. I am trying to learn more than usual about the culture and I thought I would share the findings.
UK stands for United Kingdom. In the north there is a country called the Scotland. This is owned by Andrew Murray. It seems very fashionable to wear what is called a “Kilt”. I like this very much as it allows more freedom of the movements. The front part is called a Sporran and this will be a useful place to keep the FedBerry although I will have to choose the message alert settings carefully. I have already been in contact with a top UK fashion house to have one made in white for Wimbledon next year. I hope not to fall over during a match and make the revealings.
To the west there is a country called Wales. Again they are the lovely people and they can all sing. I can understand the Scottish accent, but the Welsh is so strong it seems like another language.
There is also Northern Ireland but I cannot study this yet as the sea is in the way. I will use the computer to find out more.
Yesterday (the Wednesday) I mixed with the crowds in Wimbledon in My usual disguises. It was fun times seeing how the people on the other halves live. Most people didn’t recognise Me. Someone did. I know you were pleased to see Me and it was your pleasure to spend some time with Me. You’re welcome.