I feel like this baboon, since I’ve been glued to the TV watching the Olympics. I hope all of you are enjoying the games.
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
Her novels have hit Amazon bestseller lists for lesbian fiction and lesbian romance.
She cohosts the Lesbians Who Write Podcast (lesbianswhowrite.com) with Clare Lydon. TB also runs I Heart Lesfic (iheartlesfic.com), a place for authors and fans of lesfic to come together to celebrate lesbian fiction.
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I’m having great fun watching them, with the exception that it is severely messing up my sleep schedule! 🙂
I know it’s messing with mine so I can’t imagine yours!
Ha ha! Great shot.
Very relaxing I must say! Not the games but the way he is sitting
He doesn’t look like he has a care in the world.
I haven’t watched much of it. Feeling like this photo is certainly a deterrent! 🙂
You’d think it would deter me, but it hasn’t.
Considering NZ is doing so well I should be ashamed but I haven’t watched one thing
I’ll cheer them on for you!
Yippee…yesterday I did watch some…the rowing of course, and the weight-lifting. That is one odd sport if you ask me. Only cause the daughter was home and we actually turned the TV on. I never watch TV anymore.
Yup … watching Phelps make history 🙂
Once he broke the record he seems so much more relaxed. He’s such an athlete!
I am loving it. Did you see the rowing yesterday? I was jumping up and down in front of the tv. Well down KG and AW. And Becky Adlington is such a great sportsperson. I love her attitude. She embodies the taking part ethos and doing your best. A great reminder that gold medals aren’t everything. That said, I shall keep my fingers crossed for Jessica Ennis today. 🙂
I’ve seen some of the rowing. On Friday I was watching a lot of the tennis. I’m excited for the men’s final today! Will you be watching Murray?
I thought for a second that he had a cigarette in his hand!!
Oh that would have been perfect for the theme. Except I don’t smoke.
My husband and my daughter have been watching quite regularly – I get to see a few every now and again. One of my good friends (who’s finishing his PhD in Cardiff) is a volunteer for the Olympics and I get to see a few of his fabulous photographs within the area as well as the live entertainment within that aren’t shown on TV. Pretty great shots as well.
I wish I was smarter and volunteered. That would have been fun.
I’m loving the bits that I’ve been able to see – not nearly enough though…
It is hard to cram them all in and still have a normal life.
Ha, ha – good one! Feeling like you need a break but just can’t peel yourself away from the TV?
Not much considering how abysmally our athletes are faring 🙂
That’s too bad. I’m finding myself cheering on all of the nations I get confused when I start shouting all of their names. It would be wonderful if every nation could win a medal. Here’s to the next Olympics 🙂