Thursday, May 3, 2012

Oh What A Wonderful Day

Not "my" mud pool but similar.
I have just come home from an outing with my coworkers. It´s been a great day, we were all in a great mood and the surroundings were beautiful.

During the morning I almost choke to death when a piece of pear lodged itself in my throat. After a few Heimlich maneuvers and some hard slaps on my back the pear popped out and I could breathe without constraints again.

In the afternoon we went for a walk in the forest. When I tried to jump over a muddy little brook I slipped and fell into the brook and almost all of my left side was covered with mud. I was soon dragged out of my predicament. The mud on my left side had caked completely when we got back to the conference center, so I could dust it off almost without a trace and sit down for a delicious dinner.

But the weather was good, the sky was completely clear and the temperature was 22 ºC (71.6 ºF) , the highest yet this year. So, all things considered, I survived and am only a little sunburned so it has been a wonderful day - except that I was so tired when I got home that I forgot to take out my cigarettes before throwing my clothes in the washer.


  1. Sounds like close to a perfect day, buddy!

  2. Jesus Christ remind me to never take you on a hike ;-)

  3. Haha you two, all I can say is that I survived the experience and am now rough,tough and gruff... and Ziggy, I am a city man if you take me into the wilderness I need protection.

  4. I will protect you...I will remove my shirt and wrap you in it when you cold and if you slip and get muddy you could have my pants too however in nature body heat is very important so I suggest we both fit into my clothing at the same time to conserve heat!

  5. You could get that lucky..want to go camping ;-)

    1. LOL I bet you say that to every guy you meet, you flirt!


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