With rugby? It's going good. I still have a lot to figure out and I suspect I spend most of the time just running around the field with no particular purpose. But the ladies on the team are very encouraging all the same. I had high hopes in the beginning to play in a game but now I think I am going to tell the captain that I want a few more practices under my belt. Right now they have me as a forward in the second row. I still need to figure out what to do in a ruck (and when to get the heck out of the way) and there are a few other rules I don't quite get yet.
Otherwise, I have my very up and very, very down days. Still stewing over what to do for a job. Might go to the East Sussex police dept and see if they have any volunteer positions.
DH was on his way to work in London today and had to get off the train with severe pain. He went to the emergency room today with a kidney stone and he's spending the night. Sadly, the ambulance took him to the ER in Brighton and I'm in Eastbourne and can't drive yet, so it was a day of trains and cabs for me. It was my first real hospital exposure to the NHS and I have to say... wow. Plus I can't remember any visit to the hospital where they had actual visiting hours and really restricted ones at that. Educational for sure.