Today, intervals were on the menu, and I have some brilliant photos of my blistered hands from the rower (what runner has blisters on their hands??).
Unfortunately, I can’t upload the photos due to my lack of technological know-how. So I have something much more entertaining for you.
*Language Warning* x10
My family are mental. Completely and utterly mental. And it’s been the highlight of my stay in Melbourne.
Meet Little J
Little J is 17, and the quiet type.
From time to time, he lets other people do the talking.
Like at his deb (Debutante Ball), when he was introduced to the audience as
Jim is fond of wearing pants
He’s also incredibly intelligent. This year he won a principal’s award. As he reached the stage to accept, the presenter read out Little J’s future aspirations
One day, Jim hopes to be the best forklift driver in South Australia
Meet Big J
Big J is 22. His hobbies include Rap Battles and convincing policemen to bring him home in cuffs, just for fun.
Today, he hacked into our mother’s Facebook account.
After Mum got over her horror, she turned on me. I had promised to change the kitty litter, and forgot.
I’ll have to get a new daughter
One with an untwistable stomach
I cried. I don’t know why I’ve stayed away for so long.
I take that back. Big J just brought out a megaphone and sat down next to Mum.