The novelty of today is that my rooftop aerobics have attracted a small but motivated number of followers stranded on other rooftops. My new class includes a father with 3 children and a nice belly, a bearded chain-smoking hipster and a middle-aged veiled lady. They all started following my (rather mild) workout with various degrees of success. The enthusiasm prize goes to the portly father, though he was summoned home quite briskly during the stretching session of our class. The veiled lady definitely has the best smile. The bearded hipster was not so stellar on technical score but definitely wins on program components, mainly on account of his massive coffee mug and infantile yet weirdly alluring pyjamas.
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Samuel Pepys and I have many things in common: we both like wine, theatre, curiosity and the company of other people. We both lived in times of plague. I think our eyebrows look similar. Samuel kept his journal for a decade and wrote a million words. That's where our paths diverge:) But then we meet again. This is what Sam writes in 1661: "I have newly taken a solemn oath about abstaining from plays and wine…". A month later, he says "Here I drank wine upon necessity, being ill for the want of it." I'm in love. View all posts by eswini