Friday, June 26, 2009

Life's a doddle

On the cards for tonight is a quiet night in with a good book, actually I have a pile of good books that I still haven't read, quite a number of which have been sent to me by publishers requesting a review of their latest publication, so I'd better get my finger out. That also includes the Dengue Fever DVD Sleepwalking Through the Mekong, which I've watched a couple of times now and still haven't penned a review - although everyone and their dog seems to have already reviewed it. So I have a list of tasks already lined up for tonight. Tomorrow it's work and football in that order. Phnom Penh Crown take on Spark FC and bottom club Phuchung Neak face the Defense Ministry at Olympic Stadium from 2pm onwards. My weekly diet of football is adequately feeding my football fever at the moment although we are coming up to the mid-season break and and I'm not sure I'll be able to cope with the withdrawal symptoms. I won't be able to make the games on Sunday as I have an early start, 6.30am to be precise, to get to Kien Svay for the day-long engagement party for my friend Sokheng. And then on Monday night it's the 1st showing in Cambodia of a film that I can't tell you its name - as we're keeping it under wraps until the 7pm start at Meta House gets underway. Somewhere in between I've got to fit in eating and sleeping and the other daily routines of life though having a cleaner like Chrep, who comes round three mornings every week to do my washing, ironing and cleaning, does make my domestic life a doddle. Before I forget, an update on my medical condition - so far so good, pills and cream working well, my skin is looking healthy again and we seem to be on the right track. But I'm not counting my blessings just yet.

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Blogger Andy Brouwer said...

Ah, best laid plans and all that. At the last minute I was invited out to attend the Phnom Penh Post monthly bash called The Finishing Post, a networking gathering, held at Chinese House on this occasion. Met a few old faces and a few new ones but networking isn't really my scene. Then had a drink at Touk bar, opposite FCC and met up with Anna, who used to work at the Red Orchid, and who joined the Touk team a month ago. She was her happy, smiling self despite a recent bereavement that would knock most people for six. I wish her well in the immediate future. Finally made it through the door in the early hours.

June 27, 2009 at 1:36 AM  

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