I have always known it. I am a boring person. Against one set of criteria https://www.businessinsider.com/habits-of-boring-people-2017-7?r=US&IR=T#boring-people-have-unbalanced-conversations-1. I meet at least 6 out of the 14 measures for defining a boring person.
My main problems are social occasions, and my lack of love for televised sport – although I do like to watch a bit of golf sometimes. Put me in a room full of people with a love of football and general chit chat and I clam up. I can tell that other people are in full flow and that I have nothing to add. I have never been good at making small talk.
I think that to go through the other fourteen points would be…boring. Looking at it positively (which according to criteria 12 I’m not supposed to be able to do) with me meeting only 6 of the measures makes me less than half boring. Actually, I think I am…boring that is.
For two days now, I haven’t been out for a walk. I came down with a bit of cold Thursday morning and have been feeling a bit grotty. It’s frustrating. I’m hoping tomorrow I will be able to get at least down to the waterfront tomorrow. I’m hoping to be back to normal Monday morning. Of course, that’s fifteen miles (I’ve been averaging five a day the last few weeks). That I’m not likely to catch up with. That’ll put me quite a bit behind on the current #Walk1000 project (they call it a mission|).