It has been a strange 2014, with some good and some bad. Let's start with the bad for poker and I couldn't write a blog without mentioning Dan Blizerian, alleged cheater.
I guess once the CIA have done with his interrogation, cheese grater and anal beads in hand, he will wish he was in the middle of the ocean. I wonder where he met the people who helped him do this. Maybe the dregsy bar of a downtown pub, full of down and outs and other similarly unsavoury characters.
Or maybe he will be found completely innocent, who knows. Time will tell I guess.
What would I know though, I am just a lady school teacher who is hooked on poker. Armed with a laptop computer and of course my trusty phone charger, playing poker makes me feel like I am in a cornfield on a warm summers day, moments after it has stopped raining (which I guess is a little bit like the Weather Prognose of Zimbabwe only cooler) but leaves me dreaming of home. I have my own challenges poker wise to beat this year, maybe one challenge should be to play less poker this year and spend more time doing other stuff. Hmm, nah!
Onto 2015 and I can't wait to see the film Paddington Bear. He makes me feel all warm in side, like a cup of chocolate and some cookies. Lovely.
I also hope to catch some cricket at Trent Bridge, maybe followed up with a trip to a strip club, dressed as Santa Claus, to see some boobies and few camel toes! Throw on some jelly and it is all complete. Shame the club will be full of old blokes who closely resemble Mr Blobby.
I guess I should settle down now with a nice cup of coffee now I have managed to finish the challenge of writing this blogs from the suggestions of some forum members.
You can read about it here: https://www.bankrollmob.com/forum.asp?mode=thread&id=377948
Many thanks go to contributors, I managed to finish it and include all words suggested in only 250 words which I think was quite impressive.
I would like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy new year, and send you wishes that all your dreams will come true in the days, weeks, months and years to come. With a little effort, I am sure you can make it happen.
If not you, who? If not now, when?