News from around the world
A French climber stranded on Nanga Parbat, Pakistan’s most deadly mountain nicknamed “Killer Mountain”, has been rescued but her Polish climbing partner is still out there and the search has been called off. They got stuck at 24,280ft on Friday.
News from London
Three teenage boys were killed in West London as an Audi mounted the pavement, hitting a lamppost. The three boys aged 16 and 17 were on their way to a 16th birthday party. One man fled the scene and the other was detained and held until the police arrived, eyewitnesses say that he was assaulted.
I went back to work Monday, the flu not exactly behind me but certainly not wiping me out although residual tiredness, fuzzy brain and sinus pain lingered. There isn’t much to report this week. A busy week at work which left my brain spinning on more than one day! My sister and I have decided to sign up for the Kew/Richmond half marathon later in the year so will start the training shortly. This weekend has been a bit of a wipeout as a leak from the property above me come through both of my floors. So I’ve been washing towels and sheets which luckily took the brunt of the leak.
This week I hate to admit has seen no more than a couple of hundred words added to my current WIP as the long work hours and busyness of this week has left me unable to focus on my writing at all. This has to stop. I have too many books that need to be completed this year.