I have just returned from a week off and am going through that awful time of trying to get your head back in work mode again after a break.
Unfortunately this has been made increasingly difficult because my head is filled with motorbikes, considering this is what I have been living and breathing for the past seven days. Literally.
I took an intensive course last week with the aim being to pass my bike test at the end of it and then be a fully qualified biker when I returned to work. That equated to between six and seven hours a day riding motorbikes around towns and country lanes - fantastic for clearing the head - perhaps a little to fantastic.
Sadly I managed to fail my test last week on one silly point - so I am now in that limbo inbetween tests.
I have another one in just under two weeks - if I don't pass that one - I think I will cry!
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