It’s Wimbledon Season. And I have fever. But this post is about a video. And an event I have not written about.
I’ve been away (yet again!), and I’m just too scared to open the WordPress Reader, because I know I’ve missed way too much. The past few weeks have been rather busy and I’ve had the wonderful opportunity of working backstage for an event.
I would have loved to write about it, and probably should have done it last weekend, but for the past one week, I’ve had a series of health problems – from backaches to cough, cold and high fever. I’m feeling quite drained out, my head heavy with the medication, but I just had to write this post, and share something.
Lying down the whole day with practically nothing to do, I would have gone insane – if it weren’t for Wimbledon week. So that’s it! I’ve written down an apology of a (slightly incoherent) post. Now I’m off to take some more rest!
While I wait to recover, with some tennis to cheer me up (even without Roger, its pretty decent) here’s a short video I patched up post-event!
See you on the other side of the net!
7 replies on “Wimbledon Fever!”
It takes hard work, test of patience, an at times very frustrating too, but not everyone gets opportunity to work backstage and mange an event on such a scale. You should be very thank full to have such an experience. I saw a confident you while you narrated the story to me, and i will confess i was jealous :p. Get well soon. Its just a beginning 🙂
🙂 Thank you… Yes it was quite an experience… hopefully I’ll be able to write about it… Feeling better now.. Thank you 🙂
Sounds like more details than I could handle. I hope you feel better soon.
🙂 I’m feeling much better 🙂 Thank you!
Oh my, no wonder you were ill! You must miss the stress though….I know I did when I took my sabbatical 😀
It wasn’t as long as a sabbatical – just a few days 🙂 But yeah it was fun. The entire design work was my responsibility, and I learnt a lot…
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