Welcome to another episode of 'Massive Feet', the reality series with both a hopefully diminishing main protagonist and, very probably, audience. Firstly, coming immediately after Part III but with two other posts in between, Part IV is part four in Roman numerals, not part I.V., as in 'Bryntin is on an intravenous drip'. Which, given… Continue reading Massive Feet Part IV: In which, nothing happened
A couple of days ago, Bryntin posted the story of his temporary disconnect with the accepted best practise of getting the most from cycling, namely going outdoors, cycling in beautiful countryside and, 100% of the time, staying upright on the bicycle. Since receiving many plaudits and great sympathy for his condition following this departure, and… Continue reading Massive Feet: An apology to Cycling
We interrupt the standard programming to bring you this news. Operation Massive Feet, a series of thus far emotionally intense dramas, riveting cliffhangers but with, so far, endearing and positive happy endings (not that sort Sir), has been temporarily suspended due to circumstances that were out of control. As you know, if you have read… Continue reading Massive Feet: Project Interrupted.
I am on a journey. And so are my feet. Actually, my feet are doing most of it, the rest of me is tagging along for the ride. For parts one and two (or I and II) of this journey, if you have any desire at all to catch up with the story so far,… Continue reading Massive Feet Part III
It has now been one calendar month since I regaled you with the story of my feet. There is a link to that story here. To save any of you doing yet another click in your little click-filled internet clicking lives, basically I told everyone how much my feet weighed and announced I was embarking… Continue reading Massive Feet Part II
Today, although without revealing everything (because that's not pretty), I am going to share something that is unusual about me. I have extremely heavy feet.This is 101.4 in kilos. Which is 223.5 pounds. Which is, in ye olde english system of made up numbers from deep and dark history, 15.96 stone. Let's call that 16.… Continue reading Not so Happy Feet.