I think it’s also numerous other special days, including the one where the children go back to school.
Raise a mug, cup, glass or whatever to all the women you know but don’t forget all those who support us women, be it girl friends, partners, spouses, brothers, Dads etc.
If you want to learn more about some famous women in the sporting world, head toward The Game Changers podcasts. Sue Anstiss chats to Claire Baldwin, Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson, Katherine Grainger, Liz Nicholl CBE, Stacey Copeland, Jacqui Oatley MBE, Eleanor Oldroyd, Ebony Rainford-Brent, Tracy Edwards (wow that was a good one!), Gail Newsham, Rachel Yankey and about 40 other women at the top of their field who didn’t necessarily have a good start in life. Most of the podcasts are about 30-40 minutes long, so good when you want a break from watching tv or having a cup of tea having tackled the weeding!
Did I hear that Fulham won yesterday? Brentford didn’t do so well and Chelsea face Everton tonight. Will Norman or Ange be the happy bunny tomorrow?!
Better not mention the cricket at the weekend, but it was good to see the 19 year old Keely Hodginkson take her first gold medal in the 800m at the European Indoor Athletic Championships yesterday afternoon. Great Britain secured 12 medals in various colours, so well done to all of our athletes. There was also golf from Florida which I understand had a pretty tight field – maybe Kevin K can update us on that one?
Wrap up when you go out. That winter chill still hasn’t left us yet.
Ray and Ranjani area recommending two lady jazz singers – Elaine Delmar and Regina Carter
Check out LondonJazzNews.com if you’re into jazz.
I didn’t realise Paloma Faith had started out as a jazz singer before moving over to pop. One learns new things every day!