What’s the difference between a blog and a web site ?
Here to help me explain, is a sample of a website by Connor
As you will see – Connor’s website is a story about his car. The story is written and thus the website will not change, whilst my blog is always changing, or to be absolutely correct, ‘evolving’. So there you have it, the diffrence between a blog and a website explained in a jiffy.
Now for something more interesting.
I am bloody knackered. Struggled to complete a 2.75 mile run tonight, legs as heavy as Nigela’s left breast – and that is heavy. Back to Nantucket tomorrow, while I am there I will be missing my second wedding of the year over in Mallorca and I really wanted to go to that one too.
The boat is being very badly behaved – it seems like every day there are two things breaking and I only manage to get one fixed. I turned down a 2 month job in Alaska yesterday too – I am beginning to wish I hadn’t been quite so hasty – a job on a 6 year old Royal Huisman…….I wonder if it is too late to get in touch with the guy again?
All in all – I need a motivational boost. My two month probationary period is up on the 12th and I have to decide if I want to stay – I guess what happens in the next week will make my decision for me – if the boat continues to fail, I will be off – if it behaves well, I should stay.
Now, I hear you cry, jumping a sinking ship and all that – I have little quarms about doing so – that probationary period is as much for me to check out the boat as it is for the boat to check out me – and ultimately, this boat is not the shining pin that the previous engineer suggested it was. On those grounds, I shouldn’t feel bad about walking away. Let`s face it, if I had told them I was a wizzard at navigation and turned out not to be, they would have little hesitation to drop me like a hot brick of shit – so fair is fair.
On the up side – it is quite a good programme. Lots of space on board for my surf board, mountain bike and running shoes, I might struggle to find another vessel with that amount of space, although, what I initially thought was a good salary offer has already been matched twice this week by two other vessels so maybe I should give this one some serious considerations.
So, something to think about.
I see good old Blighty is doing rather well in the medals tables – good old Team GB! I can think of little more satisfying than winning an Olympic Gold Medal for your country – the down side, I can’t watch any of it over here on the boat!
Now, an early night beckons, and it’s not even 9pm