Last week I walked past a billboard at my local shopping centre with a giant headline that simply read:

#OMGB

My wife and I like a good trivia night. We regularly attend one here in Indooroopilly and will often head out for a fundraiser if the opportunity comes up. We do okay on most topics, but there’s one round that is guaranteed to a) be present and b) make me pull my hair out in frustration.

The music round.

It’s a strange thing for a so-called musician to get annoyed with. You would think it would be the round that the musician in the group would knock out of the park.

Not so, and here’s why:

I’m doing Nanowrimo again this year. It’s a crazy thing from the US where you challenge yourself to write a fifty thousand word novel during November.

The past few years I’ve counted myself extremely fortunate to be part of Team Australia at international sepak takraw events as a player. But this year I went over with a new role; in addition to providing consistent if rather pedestrian serves in our third regu, I also took on the hat of Team Manager.

So after a very quiet couple of months, against the run of play October is starting to heat up a bit. Strangely enough, this week I’m off to Thailand again to reprise my role of extra reserve takong, morale manager and head cheer leader with Takraw Australia, as we head back to Bangkok for another round of the King’s Cup Sepak Takraw World Championship.

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