14 februari – Vermomming, Valentijn en Ventoux


Bijna Carnaval ! Nee hoor, ik droeg deze vermomming gewoon omdat ik er niet uitzag vanmorgen.


Ontbijt, en later lunch en diner. Hield me op de been vandaag.


Valentijnsdag en ik kreeg alleen maar post van mijn pensioenfonds.


Mezelf toch maar even een beetje opknappen. Krul in het haar.


Ik hoopte dat m’n kapsel hierdoor de hele dag mooi zou blijven.


Mooie krul hoor.


Toch maar een broodje. Een hele donkere met kaas.


Mijn krul een paar uur later. Wat doe ik fout ? Er zat ook een heleboel haarlak in.


Dan maar nieuwe nagellak, blijft vast langer zitten.


Dit spul zorgt ervoor dat de lak binnen een paar minuten droog is.


Zelfs Google vierde Valentijn.


Hup hup, gas erop. Naar Steenwijk.


Voor de kick off van de beklimming van de Mont Ventoux. Die is pas in september maar vanavond konden deelnemers alvast kennismaken met elkaar en mochten de goede doelen zich presenteren.


En dat deed ik dus. Veel en leuke mensen gesproken en mooie verhalen gehoord. Ik wil die berg ook op.


Tom van ‘t Hek als spreekstalmeester.


En ik zag mezelf op een foto met een cheque in m’n hand. Foto is van vorig jaar, vanavond kreeg ik een bitterbal want de berg moet nog beklommen worden en dus volgen de cheques later.


Nog even borrelen en praten.


En weer naar huis.


Thuis. Vooruit, nog eentje dan. Welterusten !

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