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Posted By Helen Enser Morgan Friday, 29th June 2012 2:36pm
how are you?
Hope you’ve had a great week and looking forward to the weekend. Doesn’t the week fly by? I feel the older I’m getting the quicker it goes! Yes I’ve just celebrated another birthday. I’m not counting anymore. I did have a lovely day and gorgeous presents as well. They were mostly perfumes, lotions and chocolates, so I will now be fat but I will smell lovely!! Talking of fat... yep I ate the lot and it was yummy!!
It’s been an
exciting week in sport with the Euro 2012 Final on Sunday between Spain &
Italy. Who do you think will lift the cup? Also great to see a British lady
through to the 3rd round of Wimbledon. Good luck today Heather
Watson. And of course Andy Murray, I really hope he can do it this year but
watching Rosol last night beat Nadal, he looked unbeatable. Even Nadal only
managed to break his serve in the 4th set! I will of course keep you
updated tomorrow on the show on the tennis and all of the day’s sporting
action, plus some great music.
If you were listening to the show last Saturday, you would have heard the interviews I played out with one of the USA’s biggest singing stars, Carrie Underwood. I have had a few requests to hear the interviews again. So here they are... I have split them into 3 parts but it was recorded in one long interview. I’ve also added the single ‘Blown Away’ which is the name of her brand new album. Part 1: Download this audio or install Adobe Flash Player to use our player.
I have been quite excited this week as I am featured in July’s issue of Swansea Life in the feature ‘Inner Lives’. They came to my home and asked about things I treasured and items that had stories behind them. Of course the most important thing in my home is my dog Sally, who even managed to get in a few shots. Its official my dog is a local celebrity! Here she is chilling on my lap and yes my PJs were a birthday present.
I have to
end this today with a news story that has inspired me so much. It’s the story
of injured paratrooper Ben Parkinson carrying the Olympic Torch in Doncaster.
Wow what a brave man and I’m sure he will have inspired millions of people with
his courage and bravery. What a hero!
Well that’s it from me this week, have a great weekend and I’ll catch up with you soon
Lots of love