Two lionesses

Well we were planning on watching the football as a three. But they’ve kept my Dad in hospital overnight as a precaution. So it’s two Lionesses watching the match.

Lucky at last

My recent record at Carrow Road hasn’t been great. In fact my recent record of watching Norwich hasn’t been great. There have been a lot of loses and not much action. Today I broke my jinx and saw them win.

Wasn’t the best match. But I’ll take a 3-1 win. And Brighton beat Chelsea. So today has been a very good football day.

Lucky Lemur

Got the chance to go to Carrow Road tonight to watch Norwich City. It’s the first time I’ve been to see them back in the Championship. I can’t say it was a classic match. But I’ll take a 2-0 win.

I really do miss going to the football. It was such a big part of my life for so many years. Still feels odd being ‘a punter’ and not ‘a lemur’. At least I was a lucky lemur tonight.

Golden day

What a golden day it’s been. I decided to watch some of the Commonwealth Games with my breakfast. Kinda got sucked in as next thing I knew it was lunchtime! Watched the men’s gymnastics and more gold medals for England.

Tearing myself away from the action, I took Buddy out for a long hack. Got caught in the rain. After weeks with little rain, I’m not complaining at all!! Buddy loved checking out the combine in the golden field.

Finally back home to watch the Lionesses win in the Euros. And find out that the Young Riders won gold in the European Eventing. Well done everyone! Proud to be English today.

Football stands together

Lovely touch today at Carrow Road. Probably the best touch of the match. 🤦🏻‍♀️

I don’t understand VAR. I really don’t. It very confusing and a bit farcical at times!

Today there were 2 goals disallowed. 1 penalty give on review. 1 penalty given and 1 penalty not given, but not reviewed.

It’s confusing enough when you watch it on TV. But being in the ground is even more confusing. Oh well, it was still good to be back at Carrow Road.

Sporting pursuits

Today Mum and I have watched a lot of sport. We watched some of the coverage from the Winter Olympics and the FA Cup.

I always forget how exciting winter sports can be. If slightly bonkers. We both love curling. It’s like chess on ice. Most of the sports end up with me holding my breath.

With the FA Cup, I love an underdog story. It’s part of the charm of the competition.

Saw this sign when I was visited Dad today. It made me smile and seemed apt for both competitions.

The beautiful game

Mum and I have a footie day. I got to watch both of my teams. Brighton and Norwich. Wish I could say this quote was true as my teams went down. Badly. 1-11 in total. 0-7 to Norwich and 1-4 to Brighton.

At least Dad seemed brighter today. Still no news on when he will come out. Hopefully Monday. Keep the healing vibes and prayers coming…