Mission Atlantic :)
Still going good.. Keep it up!!!
And hope email starts working soon so we can have a chat!!!
Miss you xxxx
Sarah... happy birthday to ya xx lots of love xxxxx
Erin Daly (Kileys girl), 31 Jan 2010 00:49 GMT
Hi Norman and James, keep going you are doing a fantastic job. You amaze me with how humourous and creative you make your blogg - I can just hear Normans voice and laughter when I read them. Reminds me of many silly moments on Uni kayak expeditions, sailing trips etc. I hope when you are finding it monotonous rowing through the night, you are reciting the 'Ballard of Idwall Slabs' and that you have taught it to James! Lots of Love E, I & F
Erica Ian and Faye Caswell, 30 Jan 2010 23:57 GMT
et ça repart dans le bon sens maudit vent de face
mais c'est tout bon vous y arriverez
alain de rancourt, 30 Jan 2010 23:12 GMT
Leo, It looks like a good time to stop and fish. Rest up, let the weather pass....and then move on and get your ass to Antigua. Keep going and keep laughing...it'll make you stronger!
J White, 30 Jan 2010 22:24 GMT
keep it up
Claude Weston, 30 Jan 2010 22:21 GMT
Danish Greeting from the Physiotherapist collegue here. Hi Lise and Allan. Great respect and best of wishes for you on the remaining of your journey. Adventures is what makes living fun, beautifull and thrilling, and you do it with style. Sending the waves in good directions for you.
Rune Holst Nielsen, 30 Jan 2010 21:39 GMT
Am sitting here with Dad and George hAVIING HAD ROAST POTATOESand grouse and lots of red wine.... hope all is well and you are rowing well and looking forward to your luxary hotel in Barbados.
Look after yourself and be safe we are supporting Dad!!!
Much Love Angie,george last but not least DAD.
angie yannaghas, 30 Jan 2010 21:27 GMT
Hi Sean - well done and keep it going. -Dan.
Dan O'Donnell, 30 Jan 2010 21:25 GMT
Sean and Tess. Dad sad to tell you that all your cousins in Sligo are glued to your progress. We are all very proud of you. Candles are lighting. Love and God Bless, Mam xxx
Mam, 30 Jan 2010 21:10 GMT
Hello Uncle Sean & Tess. You are doing a great job! Love, Zoe & Ben
Ben & Zoe Jones, Nenagh, 30 Jan 2010 21:09 GMT
Sean & Tess. I know it has been very hard for you. Well done and keep up the hard work. Love, Dad
Dad, 30 Jan 2010 21:08 GMT
Happy Birthday Sarah! Hope you're having fun. Take care, Sx
Sue Whitehead, 30 Jan 2010 20:52 GMT
Hey Beech Boys
Jes is shouting 'Are we there yet? Can we see the sea?"
Joking apart we think you are doing brilliantly. Keep up the good work.
Can't wait to see pictures of the whiskers!
Jeanie & Jes xx
Jeanie & Jes, 30 Jan 2010 20:49 GMT
Phil and Skippy, Vision of Cornwall,
In the wind and the waves, we are more closed to you.
The pink dot is quite good in the tempest!
Jean-Noël, 30 Jan 2010 20:47 GMT
Hi Beech Boys
Norman, you have indeed come a long way since those sea kayaking days along the North Wales coast with tea at the Blue China Tea Room at Criccieth! Keep rowing and keep smiling - it lights up the world around you and conserves energy too - honest!
Love and hugs to you both - you're an inspiration - actions speak louder then words.... Ossie xx
Ossie, 30 Jan 2010 20:02 GMT
Hi Guys, Fantastic progress and you are right up there with the so called big guys. Sorry, we can't come up with any games for you to play other than I Spy, it starts with an "S".
What could you do to surpass this challenge, now ther's something to think about.
All the best Mel and Annie.
Len and Wendy
Len and Wendy, 30 Jan 2010 19:51 GMT
Well done. We are all rooting for u. Everyone says hi. Best of luck for the rest of your journey.
Alison and Tess.
P.S Tess is a real person not the boat
Alison, Tess, 30 Jan 2010 19:34 GMT
Hows it going. We heard about the ship. My teacher and all my friends are asking after u. Well done. We're all rooting for u .
WELL DONE SEAN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Best of luck, from,
Stephen,Trudy, Jason, Evan, Alison, 30 Jan 2010 19:08 GMT
Hi to David on Britannia III. Home stretch now - keep it strong! You and the guys have been putting in some impressive distances, good work. Barbados awaits you - hot women and cool beverages...
Chris Covey, 30 Jan 2010 18:56 GMT
hi phil n skippy, damn weather eh? might have more snow here today!! isn't it your birthday soon skippy? happy birthday anyways, just in case old man!! celebs when you get back!!!! heads down n chins up, give it some welly!! emma xx
emma, 30 Jan 2010 18:02 GMT
Your guys are doing great!!! Hope that the rowing is not too awful. You will have arms like tree trunks when you are finished. We hope the weather is holding good for you. Good Luck and a fair wind at your back to push you all the way there. Have you run out of beer yet?
dave, sue, chris, carey and rikki sevier, 30 Jan 2010 18:02 GMT
NO FEAR - Hi Boys - what are you going backwards for? Go West! We're still watching you... Mike & Andy
MikeG, 30 Jan 2010 18:01 GMT
Hey guys back from antigua, amazing place looked down on english harbour from an amazing place called shirley heights, big steel band, big cook up and amazing sunsets, Your efforts will be well rewarded so chins up xxxxxx
kaz grose, 30 Jan 2010 17:53 GMT
Keep the Faith and "thou shalt decree a Thing and it shall be established unto thee and light shall shine upon thy path". Watching you from Arizona Friend of Norman Ciao Freddy
fred schofield, 30 Jan 2010 17:23 GMT
Vision of Cornwall
Skippy & Phil. Must be testing the endurance even more with the current weather conditions, keep positive & the dream in mind. Where's your blog?! We've got to read everyone else's to see what's going on! Keep safe love Dad & Heather xx
Dad & Heather, 30 Jan 2010 17:07 GMT
Hi both your doing a great job although at the moment you probabley don't think so keep up the good work good luck see you back in blighty luv D & K
derek & kath , 30 Jan 2010 17:04 GMT
Chris and Joe Boat 53
Keep it up you are still holding your position ,thinking of you--off to a party now.
Mary and Ian, 30 Jan 2010 16:52 GMT
Hi Luke and Macca
Im home! havent actually slept since the last message, keep rowing guys the island of Antigua is worth every effort, the weather looks like it is a problem for all the little dots at the moment, keep motivated x sue
sue, 30 Jan 2010 16:47 GMT
Hi Si and Mike, hope your both ok, took tommy to see the Pendovey Swift Exhibition at Swansea Waterfront Museum today, how strange for him , Si , to see daddy tall for a change, he he .. love you and missing you loads. cant wait for Antigua xxxxxxxxxxx Michelle
michelle, tommy and pops, 30 Jan 2010 16:19 GMT
Hi Pete - it won't be long before the wind changes, hang in there. It is not too long now before we wave you in at English harbour. Keep up the spirit, we are all behind you!
Shelly, Richard and Sasha & The Antigua Gang
Shelly, Richard & Sasha, 30 Jan 2010 16:13 GMT
One man's poor spelling and punctuation is another man's opportunity to take the mickey. Looks like the wind and swell gets better by Tuesday latest.
Cobb, 30 Jan 2010 16:11 GMT
Jim and Paul, glad you aren't losing too much distance as yet in this storm. Looks like the waves have dropped a bit - hope the rowing becomes possible again soon! Love K xx
Katrina, 30 Jan 2010 16:08 GMT
Afternoon You 2!!
Hows your "Little" Back doing Deano?...Get Neil to rub it..it wont take him long!! Tee Hee... U r doin great...keep on pedallin' xx
Love Jo Fox xxxxx
jo fox, 30 Jan 2010 16:01 GMT
Hi Seán & Tess,
Hope you are sticking the washing machine experience and that the 'spin' cycle is coming to an end. Big night tonight by all accounts in the rugby capital of the country, hear you will be tuning in!! Stay safe,
Love Brigid, Adrian, Seán, Rónan & Darragh xxxxx
The Lyons Clan, 30 Jan 2010 15:56 GMT
Hi Joe and Chris. Hope you're both well and in good spirits. I see from the progress that you are doing well, keep heaving. I often take a moment to think of where or what you are doing. You are and inspiration. Tom.
Tom, 30 Jan 2010 15:26 GMT
Hi Joe and Chris - hope your spirits are good, you're doing well I see on the progress. Dig in and keep heaving. I often take a moment to think of you both, you are an inspiration. Tom
Tom Milne, 30 Jan 2010 15:24 GMT
Al/Luke/YC Team JCT600
Tremendous effort - well done to you and the rest of the fleet - almost a new archipelago of islands in the Atlantic - how about the ParaAnchor Indies
Lol Mum & Dad Mac
Neal Macdonald, 30 Jan 2010 15:20 GMT
Keep up the great fight, Sam and I are checking on you every day. Keep hold of that coin, remember, you are responsible for it's 2nd safe journey across the Atlantic!
Kevin W, 30 Jan 2010 15:08 GMT
Sorry I haven't posted for a few days....
Here is another one of my qoutes for you. I hope it helps serve a purpose whilst you are out there in the open water,
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”
Speak Again Soon,
Matt Emmett, 30 Jan 2010 15:08 GMT
Hang in there Leo, we visit your site every day.
Mary & Ken, 30 Jan 2010 14:58 GMT
Hi Mike and Simon. Thinking of you all the time and i am sorry to learn that the weather has turned against you, but above all keep safe and as the say batten down the hatches until the storm moves on. The Charity HQ keeps me informed of your progress and i have no doubt you have taken some great photographs of the dolphins who have been sharing your company across the Atlantic. Best wishes and keep going when the weather improves, remember it's the taking part that counts not the winning and above all getting home safetly to your family.
Arwel Fowler 30th Jan2010 14:45HRS
Arwel Fowler, 30 Jan 2010 14:46 GMT
Watching your progress with keen interest.Hopefully the storm is over by now - can't imagine what you are going through but you've done it before and you WILL do it again.
You are in our thoughts and prayers`,
Joss and family.
Joss Hall and Family, 30 Jan 2010 14:30 GMT
Karen and crew on Mission Atlantic:- Holding position well during the bad weather. Surely it can't last much longer! Wishing you sunshine and a following wind.
Judy & Len West, 30 Jan 2010 14:17 GMT
Norman and James, you must be managing these trying conditions incredibly well to be one of only four boats in the black. Wish we could reach out and switch you onto a gentle 'pre-wash' cycle rather than the 'cottons hygiene' you appear to be in! You must be done soon! In great admiration of you both, keep hanging in there and practising those sea shanties for when the green light shows! Big hugs from us all - Big and Little Birches xxxx
Warren, Jill, Daniel, Evannie, Anna and Lydia Birch, 30 Jan 2010 13:44 GMT
Hi Mission Atlantic missies.......
Keep going! Jo, your mum and I were rowing on the Dart this morning - easy compared to your efforts but we were thinking about you. We are all seeing dots in Dartmouth watching your progress!!
Trish Thomas, 30 Jan 2010 13:42 GMT
Hi Rob and Stu. Sorry to see the progress chart - i guess it must be the weather. As ever greetings, love and prayers - keep going!
Nigel Rawlinson, 30 Jan 2010 13:19 GMT
Hi Norman and James. Thinking and praying for you...even trying to imagine what it must be like!!...we do fancy the sunsets but perhaps not the sea sickness! God bless KAC&K
Keith Gibson, 30 Jan 2010 13:08 GMT
Keep it up, you're doing very well. We're watching your progress. Best wishes, we'.ll have a few beers for you in the clocktower tonight. Alan.
Alan and Lesley,REPTON GREEN, 30 Jan 2010 12:14 GMT
Keep going OB and James lots of love and badgers, GBT xxx
GBT, 30 Jan 2010 12:08 GMT
missy's on mission atlantic
really am so addicted to the dots even dreaming about them.
keep safe and well
might have something very exciting to tell you Jo in the next few days
hurry back I miss my cuppa after work!!!!!!
p.s happy birthday Sarah
loz, 30 Jan 2010 11:49 GMT
this is knightwood calling,
simon says keep pushing (i think he thinks you are having a baby)
chris cannot decide whether to MT the vending machine and Jo he really needs your help with the budgets, our budgets seem to be way of course bit like you at the mo lol.
loz and chris and si, 30 Jan 2010 11:46 GMT
Well done Norman and James. Somehow you are still making progress despite the conditions. Something to think about to ward off cabin fever - imagine a length of string tied tight around the equator (40000 km) - but assume perfect sphere (no ups/downs). You then untie the string and add a 2m section into the string length and then retie it to form a loop again. Stretch the string around the circumference so that is equal distance throughout from the earth's surface. What could you then pass under the string - a thin piece of paper perhaps? a person crawling? an elephant? Have fun. More later Love Taff and Karin
Taff and Karin, 30 Jan 2010 11:42 GMT
Hello Girlies hope you all okay.
Happy Birthday Sarah.
Bit of a shame with the weather, and missing out on those free b'day drinks..lol. But must be a whole new experience being at sea.
Fingers crossed the weather will change and you will be back off chasing that finish line.
Jo - Babe was good to hear from you last night, missing you loads, hang in there. xx
All of you keep up the good work, most of all have fun and ill see you when you return.
Take Care & Stay Safe
Louise Turmaine, 30 Jan 2010 11:32 GMT
morning Lee hope you had a good night you're doing great keep it up.Wishing you calm seas and following winds to carry you to Barbados quickly.Love to all stay safe and well.love mumxx
Sandra Fudge, 30 Jan 2010 10:47 GMT
good to talk to you last night. Keep you spirits up. I hope we get you on the phone this evening for the charity gig in Dolans. We have five bands all giving time and their talent for free. 200 people already confirmed. We will all be sending you positive waves as distinct from the ones your are experiencing at the moment.
STAND UP AND FIGHT!!!!!!!
Tom Mc Gowan, 30 Jan 2010 10:29 GMT
Tom & Rich
Guessing that you are a bit fed up right now with looking at each other and the inside of the cabin, we thought you might be inspired/amused by some wise words. So here's a couple to start...
"What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us" - Oliver Wendell Homes
"Style doesn't matter. There is no such thing as style in forward play. You're just trying to do it to them before they do it to you." - Martin Johnson
Geoff & Shirley, 30 Jan 2010 10:10 GMT
James Nettleton - Superb effort so far by you and all the crew. Stay focussed and row like hell!!
Niels, 30 Jan 2010 09:36 GMT
Tenez bon, nous pensons fort à vous 4. C'est bientôt fini ce sale temps.
e&h de Rancourt
e&h de Rancourt, 30 Jan 2010 08:42 GMT
GO girls GO, the portering dept. send their best wishes, row hard keep safe.
Jane de la Haye, 30 Jan 2010 07:52 GMT
PETE VAN KETS--> NYAMAZELA
When the going gets tough the guys with the ability to grind it out get going. You fit into this group!! Just get out there and moer it when you can bud. people all over the planet are watching YOUR dot. Keep it moving you are doing very very well.
Grant and Caz Waugh, 30 Jan 2010 01:57 GMT
Yea Anne (on the britt)! Keep rowin'! Can't wait to see you when your done and celebrate the accomplishment!
Jessica Weinkle, 30 Jan 2010 01:33 GMT
Hi guys, been thinking of you both so much. actually bec has been worried so much some nights and not sleeping. Carry on doing an awesome job your both doing so well so proud of you both!! Get through the finish line and you will be life long legends! Love you both very much and look forward to getting back to rude convos with luke, keep safe boys love you very much xxx
bec and ad, 30 Jan 2010 00:10 GMT
HI Mission Atlantic
Big shout out for sarah's birthday looking great for 45. I hope your not eating all the chocolate in the cabin. If your backsides are still the size of a london bus when you get in." back out you go"
Love you all xxxx
rico , 29 Jan 2010 23:53 GMT
Hi Simon and Mike,
Great progress guys, really proud of you both. Hope you get some better weather and winds. Keep going guys, Firefighting may just get a bit boring after this one.
Andy Francis, 29 Jan 2010 23:46 GMT
To Uncle Sean & Tess. We hope that you are ok. Mam says there is a storm - worse than the storm we had the other night that blew the top off our sandpit. We are saying our prayers for you. Love, Zoe & Ben xxx
Zoe & Ben Jones in Nenagh, 29 Jan 2010 23:30 GMT
Dear Sean & Tess, keep safe, relax (if you can) and let the storm pass. We love you and we are thinking of you. Mam & Dad xxx
Mam & Dad, 29 Jan 2010 23:24 GMT
Hi Norman and James... so "fetch" has just taken on a whole new meaning then ! I hope they're super long wavelength and that the surfing improves, that is, in the right direction ! Well done guys. David.
David Taylor, 29 Jan 2010 23:22 GMT
Glad to hear you keepin your spirits up. Talk about cabin fever, you really know the meaning of it now. Hope those winds die down and you get back rowing soon. Stay safe,
Natalie McGowan, 29 Jan 2010 23:15 GMT
Well done Sean - you're doing a great job. Munster through to the Heineken Cup quarter finals and its freezing again in Limerick!! Remember - weather always changes so hang in there.
Karen and Colum O'Connell, 29 Jan 2010 22:43 GMT
Dear Charlie on JJ, hang on in there (as if you had a choice!) The wind will change soon, so make sure you are still smiling when it does!!! All good thoughts and wishes, Sally.
Sally, 29 Jan 2010 22:40 GMT
Neil & Dean "Spirit of MA"
Hang in there guys we are all watching,and monitoring your situation. Hope the weather situation improves soon for everyone out there.Be safe guys.
Love Dad xxxx
Eric Gyllenship, 29 Jan 2010 22:32 GMT
you and the halycon continue to impress. You're really hanging in despite the bad weather. Keep up the hard work. We're rooting for you.
david boeri, 29 Jan 2010 22:07 GMT
sail on guys, langland bay to oxwich is just a row away....!!! weather be with you both, and keep up the amazing work, row on rowers!!! x x x
melanie stone, 29 Jan 2010 21:50 GMT
Sean - lots of support from all over the country! You're doing great
Sheila and John, 29 Jan 2010 21:49 GMT
Dear Lise and Allan You Guys really rock You are doing a great job Keep up the good work You´re rowingeffort is awesome. Best wishes for the rest of the journey with it´s ups and downs
Lots of love from Tove
Tove Jespersen , 29 Jan 2010 21:43 GMT
Vision of Cornwall - Belated Happy Birthday Ben, you wont forget this birthday ever! We're all thinking of you in Teignmouth. Helen & Co xx
Helen Mildren, 29 Jan 2010 21:31 GMT
Vision of Cornwall.
Now, look here, lads. Let's clear this rotten weather. Would be a good birthday present for me to see you on your way again!! So will be wishing hard throughout the day. Off to the theatre tomorrow as Hannah is playing in 42nd Street. Very exciting-real, grown-up theatre! Freezing wind here today. Hope you're not suffering too much. Love x
Jill Chidg, 29 Jan 2010 20:47 GMT
Eh Vivaldi are you still rowing? What are you doing? Can you sleep? Can you eat? Once again we try to imagine. Et nous voyons les vagues, nous entendons le vent; Que vous êtes loin! Et si petites dans la tourmente.
J de R.
Jean de Rancourt, 29 Jan 2010 20:46 GMT
hi luke & mac keep to your plan and you will get yorkshire challenger to antigua stay strong stay focused
steve & paula, 29 Jan 2010 20:44 GMT
Leo, My prayers are with you. Stay with it pal. Semper Fi. Buddy
buddy saccardo, 29 Jan 2010 20:18 GMT
HAPPY BRITHDAY Sarah! Hope you and the other Mission Atlantic girlies are coping with the bad weather. Thinking of you. Lots o Love Lisa and Rob xxx
lisa and ron le jehan, 29 Jan 2010 19:40 GMT
Joe and Chris boat no.53
keep it up you travelled forward twice the average distance in the last 12 hours,we know its tough going,but you are doing really well,keep it up.
Mary and Ian, 29 Jan 2010 18:59 GMT
C'est la deuxième partie !
Tenez bon les filles
Vous êtes chouettes !
Catherine de Briançon, 29 Jan 2010 18:54 GMT
Neil & Dean, Your latest message seems to be positive and your obviously in good spirits! I'm gutted for Dean - losing his iPod...... now he has to listen to your singing Neil ! Can you stop referring to your All-over tans ? FAR too much information ! Keep going boys.... All our best wishes. N,T&B
Neil, Toni & Beth, 29 Jan 2010 17:33 GMT
I only have two words.............MOST AWESOMESS......
Steve D, 29 Jan 2010 17:33 GMT
les rames dames: GO!GO!GO!!! ^^
marine, 29 Jan 2010 17:12 GMT
Hola james :)
just been reading over the blog, i see you've had many visitors to the boat like dolphins, turtles, flying fish an all sorts.. slightly disappointed there seems to be no sign of any panther sharks! bad times.
anyway, hope these winds sort themselves out, they need to STOP IT now as carla would say :')
keep up the good work!
lots of love xxxx
Lorna Ligema, 29 Jan 2010 17:04 GMT
Linda Britannia III
I was in the bath rowing and caught a crab, got a ducking, got out cooked the crab with some chips - Dad
He said it all - Mum
You're doing well, love Mum and Dad
Mum and Dad, 29 Jan 2010 16:57 GMT
Luke and Macca, great rowing boys, keep it up, your mum is making me go home today Luke, I would love to see you boys over the finish line, the party will be epic! we fly at 6ish back to Gatwick, so the next message will not have me sat in shorts and t shirt!!!! xxxxx lots of love Sue
Sue, 29 Jan 2010 16:52 GMT
DOMINIC AND TEAM INSIGHT
Sorry to hear the weather is rubbish!! Never mind your almost a third of the way there!! How brilliant is that! Hopefully the bad weather will calm down and you will be rowing your way to Antigue.
Keep thinking of the cold beer on the bar that will be waiting for you!!
We are all routing for you back at home, Thinking of you- keep your chins up- your doing fantastic!! lots of love, Charlotte, Dale, Laura, Sophie and George xxxxxxxx
Charlotte Swain, 29 Jan 2010 16:41 GMT
Well done, you've made more progress than all the other boats but one in the last 24hs. The weather charts make it look pretty hairy out there! Let's hope that mid Atlantic low move on soon.
Nick, Carleen & Tom
Nick Osborne, 29 Jan 2010 16:34 GMT
Limited Intelligence crew,
Wishing all 3 of you a safe and successful crossing once this bad weather passes. Even though you are officially out of the race your accomplishment and determination are an example to all and you embody the phrase "it's not the winning, it's the taking part." Although I'm shouting for Vision of Cornwall, there are also a few shouts of encouragement for you too!
Look forward to watching you progress to Antigua with the best of luck,
Rob - VoC supporter!
Vision of Cornwall supporter!, 29 Jan 2010 16:07 GMT
Wonderful! Just moved up a notch on the leader board! Fantastic! Keep motoring!! Love and Prayers.
The Murrays (Coleraine), 29 Jan 2010 14:47 GMT
Hi Anniekins and Mel. Well, finally able to send you a message having been computerless since I last saw you. How's it going? Hope your both well and enjoying every minute. Tee Hee! You look like your making good progress despite the weather so keep it up girls, hang in there and show em how it's really done. Lots of Love to you both. Thinking of you always. Katie and Ren XX XX
Katie and Renaud, 29 Jan 2010 14:12 GMT
Hi James Hi Sam in HOTW
We wish you well through the stormy weather. Hold on to the thought that everyone is going through it. It WILL pass and soon those trade winds will be carrying you forward to your goal.
Have great admiration for you both
TIm, 29 Jan 2010 14:04 GMT
Vision of COrnwall,
Weh hey guys...The winds will very soon be back in your favor. Rest up n stay strong and safe in all areas!! Matt hopes the Para Anchor is keeping you safe tooo!! Get on........ ;)
Nicky, Torran James and friends., 29 Jan 2010 14:00 GMT
Dean and Neil
Must be awful with this bad weather - I feel sick thinking about it - but I know you will keep smiling and take some time to rest
Deb Booth Steve Taylor
deb booth and steve taylor, 29 Jan 2010 13:41 GMT
Les yeux rivés sur notre écran, on vous encourage de tout notre coeur et Dieu sait s'il bat vite, notre coeur, pour vous insuffler une grosse pointe d'énergie.
Jacques et Véro et surtout Corentin, 29 Jan 2010 13:36 GMT
Courage les filles; et felicitations. Grosses bisesQuitterie
annie la tarusate, 29 Jan 2010 13:17 GMT
Luke & Mac, great progress lads! You've done better than most in the last 24 hrs, just shows how strong you are, stick together that's great teamwork! Remember, a lot of the others will be suffering more, and they will crack before you do! Don't give in, sterling effort!
Breitling Tim!, 29 Jan 2010 13:08 GMT