Listen to my latest phonecast
Hold steady mate. Sunny days are ahead. Chin up. Cheers!
You will look back on this and laugh, haha, then put the Gravol away and crack that hatch.
You’re doing it.
Sarah follow your progress every day, awesome trip, love your blogs and phonecasts. Hope the storm dies down soon and you can get out of yur cabin. Good luck.
Well done – the phrase laying of ghosts comes to mind. So now it’s a case of cabin fever – sea fever sounds way more preferable! Hopefully it won’t be long before you can get out into the fresh ocean air again.
I’m feeling seasick just listening to you!!! Suprised there was a biscuit left to fly around the cabin. All love xxxx
Good woman! Love the sea sound track! Poems rock! Weird that sense that he found words for something that he saw, that helps you see what you are seeing and helps me see both your worlds almost at the same time. Just reading Spufford’s TheChild that Books Built. Enough to make an English teacher of me (again!) Not an immediate prospect! Go well. Row soon, I hope.
Love, love, LOVE your positivity!!! It was wonderful to hear you so upbeat on this phonecast – even after a capsize! Hooray for you and Happy Socks – you are both doing beautifully! Sunny days soon, though!!
~Gigi in Va. Beach
What a tremendous person you are, so up beat after the capsize and the time you have been strapped in. Hope this will soon sort itslef out and that you can get back to rowing along and singing away.
Take great care and we shall look forward to hearing your next phonecast and hopefully things will be mor esettled by then.
C & K
Well done Sarah, You are coping wonderfully.
Keep up the good work.
I keep up to date on my iPad but unfortunately I can’t listen to the Phone cast and have to listen later on my PC – just wondering if there is any way via apps etc. that I can get the whole deal on my iPad – following your progress daily Sarah – safe on dry land – you are a very brave young lady!
I will look into the iPad question for you and let you know. Glad to hear you are enjoying the phone casts.
Ooooh can’t even imagine in my worst nightmare, going thru that storm – capsizing tooooooo! Thinking about you as I sit in comfort with my husband Robert, in our house in Brittany – keep safe ~~~~~~ Pamela XX
Just to let you know that all of us at Leicester Rowing Club are thinking of you as you battle the elements. Hang in there and keep singing. We can’t believe you have already done 20+ days. Better weather and seas must be with you soon. Continue to enjoy the chocolate! Best wishes…x
Your positive attitude is encouraging…….glad you found a biscuit.
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