Hope you're having a great week!
This is just a quick note to remind you that there will be no swimming sessions on this Friday (Good Friday), Saturday (7th April) and Monday (9th April). All sessions will resume as normal on Tuesday 10th April when we get fully back into the swing of things.
If anyone did want to swim this weekend (note that the pool is totally closed on Good Friday), may I suggest my favourite Fresh 'n' Fruity session, the "Goldilocks Set" - see: http://www.feelforthewater.com/2010/03/goldilocks-set.html - for those who normally swim on a Monday, may I suggest this session of Contrasts: http://www.feelforthewater.com/2009/12/discover-flaws-in-your-stroke-with.html
9.30am session swimmers will also be pleased to know that we'll now be back permanently at the Claremont Pool and in our favoured lanes of 6, 7 and 8 in the 50m pool as of tomorrow. Sincere thanks for your support and patience during March with all the venue changes and the scheduled beach sessions when the pool was busy with carnivals. Claremont Pool do their very best to accommodate us at this busy time but I do appreciate that these changes can throw a spanner in the works to your weekly schedule. The nice thing is now though that the pool is quiet and free from both carnivals and the busy school programs, so it's a great time to venture back down and get back into a routine.
I would have to say that April is by far my favourite month of the year for coaching and despite the drizzly weather this morning, we still had a good showing at the 5.30am and 6.30am sessions. If anyone missed this morning's session there's obviously the option of attending the 6.30pm session tonight (you don't need to book) - it's a good one and enjoyed by all it seemed!
OK everyone, I'll see some of you tomorrow at the 5.30am and 9.30am sessions and then others next week when we get fully back into the swing of things!
Cheers and Happy Easter...we're off for a 2-night break in Toodjay, can't wait!
P.S here's a couple of funny photos from our trip to Adventure World last weekend with the kids...Jackson is now 101cm tall and most of the rides require him to be 102cm - teaching him how to stand tall and proud to 'sneak' through was very funny indeed...he was very much the Big Boy and even got to meet his first koala! On the go-karts I'm not sure who is having the most fun though - him or me?!