Oh so sick, but what a Rugby game!
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> </head> <body> <p><span style="font-size: 11pt;"></span></p> <p>Oh, well, to say how I felt this week and weekend would be an understatement. But, I don't just run to my doctor, I believe in self medication first, which consisted of a bicarbonate of soda and salt mixture with a bit of water taking a nose dropper and shove that down the nose and then for the sore throat and chest a cup of hot ginger, with cinnamon, with a dash of lemon juice mixed with boiling hot water and if you're brave two teaspoons honey (not for me, I go green just at the smell of it)</p> <p>  ;</p> <p>So, on Saturday while resting and waiting for one of the most epic games of Rugby between the Springboks (South Africa) and New Zealand (All Blacks).</p> <p>  ;</p> <p>To say it was a heart stopping no breathing game. We started off well the Springboks we lead the first half of the game by ending with a 21-13 lead over the All Blacks.</p> <p>  ;</p> <p>  ;The second half is where you stopped breathing as New Zealand came into the second half of the game as they played better in the second half and looked like our boys were sleeping, but then we seemed to have woken up and started playing like we did in the first half,  ; so I don't why New Zealand had to start playing dirty and we got a penalty kick for a shoulder that was shoved into a Springbok player, well that penalty kick is what made our boys beat the New Zealand team.</p> <p>  ;</p> <p>We finally beat the All Blacks 27-25, what a close game. A pity, I couldn't celebrate as I was flat on my back with a bad cold/flu. But today, I feel so much better than the last three days.</p> <p>  ;</p> <p>I hope everyone had a relaxing or exciting weekend and here's to Monday!</p> <p>  ;</p> </body> </html>