F1, Real Madrid and my life

So it has been a couple of days since I last wrote on my blog. Friday night Stuart and I went to Prima Donna's in West Wickham with James and Angie for a lovely meal, made so by the company and the food.

Picked China up from Biggin Hill on the way back through with her friend; they caught the train up to London on Saturday for a girlie day out - first time that she has done this (my baby is growing up).

Stuart and I went for a mooch around Bluewater, bought a couple of crafting bits and headed home to see the qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix.

Straight after watched Real Madrid v Zaragoza. Real could have won La Liga if they had managed to beat Zaragoza but unfortunately they only managed a 2-2 draw. No nails left to bite as simultaneously Barcelona were playing Espanyol and were winning 2-1 till late in the game. I was running up and down the front room when Espanyol equalised in the 90th minute - jubilation! It will go down to the last match of the season now, and fingers and everything else crossed - Real Madrid will win and be champions so that Beckham can indeed leave with something to show for his time at Real (mind you Real don't want Beckham to go so who knows he could possibly stay for another season).

Lewis Hamilton secured pole position (his 1st) and duly took his position for the start of the Canadian Grand Prix. He made a fantastic start, whereas his team mate Alonso tried to hard and made a hash going into the 1st corner. This was a GP with a lot of incidents - safety car out 4 times. Kubica (the first Pole to race in F1) had an horrific crash, but fortunately he only broke his ankle!!! unbelievable http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nKDtWVHOic check it out if you did not see it!

Rest of the day just spent vegging in front of TV, till next time - Adios

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