Blinkers 208 March 2017
Yesterday evening, fresh out of the gym and leaving the leisure centre, my attention was diverted, pleasantly I might add, from the single-minded pursuit of getting out and home for dinner. Diverted by someone I’ve known for a few years now, and whose husband used to work for the same company as I.
I apologised for my tunnel-vision, she remarked about my apparent single-minded sense of purpose, and we parted company.
Ok, ok, ok, in a spirit of full disclosure I must confess I wasn’t just at the gym. No. I’d just taken my youngest daughter to her weekly swimming lesson; and we’d, together with her oldest sister, endured the trauma of showering and changing in the men’s, and the far-busier-than-Saturday’s weekday lesson time slot.
What strikes me as comforting, especially against the backdrop of my ‘Blinkers’ post at the weekend: two people I’ve known for a while took the time to say hello. Which was nice.