Friday, September 12, 2014
12th September 2014
Got my ECDL Level 3 ECDL word processing certificate, sorted out and carrying on the jobsearching and I will be present at a jobs fair at Crawley Civic/ Town Hall next to the town hall next week next week hosted by local MP Henry Smith!
So I was not quite right about the US Open final predictions with Marin Cilic winning, though I did have a great last weekend, with me making the most of Super Saturday at US Open watching the matches at pubs in Hassocks and Brighton, originally fancied a little drink watching the tennis at nice village pub that was easy to access decided on The Hassocks Hotel pub for the first match Special K stunning Djokovic, a nice pub that did a great meal and not afraid to play old skool dance whilst the sport is bring shown and the second one went to one of my fave haunts the Duke Of Wellington in Brighton where later on local minor celebrity Brett Mendoza emerged with mates to celebrate his birthday (that happens to fall on the same day as ex British No.1s Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski), after that visited my old fave clubbing haunt Audio for the first time in a year and a half where the raver Charles Ball really emerged, and had a cracking night where I thought I spotted ex Albion player Dean Cox also raving along, really want to visit that place more often and still got plans to go to Concorde 2 Carl Cox and Freemasons club classics night next month!
Yesterday I got thinking of 9/11 again thinking back to what I was up to on that fateful day 13 years ago, when as a 15 year old schoolboy starting my last year at Abbotsford Schoool, it was the last lesson of the day and then suddenly we had Craig Anderson our Australian tutor who was known for pranks, stormed into our classroom and told us some planes had flown into a building in New York. At first we all thought it was another of his jokes but then once he switched on a TV in the classroom, we reliased sadly it was not a joke, and I went home being hooked to the radio in taxi home and then watching the tv in my bedroom all evening, a sad evening, never forget those about 2900 that lost their lives on that sad day!