…….to paraphrase the mighty Ronan Keating. Just to clarify, he isn’t mighty, I just used that phrase as an opening gambit – a way of introducing a post that will really be about bugger all. Like Ronan Keating’s career in fact. This blog has been a pleasure to write from day one and stuff has just been there ready for me to do. It’s like I’ve been carrying around a constantly overfull cup of tea and someone keeps bumping into me, the overflow spilling into the saucer that is this blog. It’s not that it hasn’t taken a bit of hard work at times, a bit of effort to go back to a place that needed a photo or a bit more thinking about. But pretty much everything I’ve done to date, has just easily come out onto the page (PC/Mac/Web Page, whatever) without me having to try that hard. Anyone that knows me will realise that this has been a good thing, because when things require real effort, that’s when I start to struggle. And I have been struggling a bit in the last week or so. Not for things to talk about you understand, I have a notebook in the cab that is nearly full of stuff and I have even organised some of this stuff in a bit of software called Things to try & help me make sense of it all. Looking at Things now, I have 8 “Blog posts to be published” and 47 “Blog ideas” plus other sections that deal with real life and even a bit of fantasy (ideas that I think might earn me some money). So my blog should be full of some of this stuff on a regular basis. But none of it is quite ready (whatever that means) to go out there into the big wide world, I do have some standards after all. I’m sure I’m not the first blogger to hit some sort of wall, and how appropriate that I hit it in the week of the London Marathon. I’ve had a busy week and done lots of stuff that I could talk about, there’s my experiment with the Heathrow Feeder Park and it’s rabbits, there’s the ongoing fightback by black cab drivers to stop mini cabs taking over the big central London venues. I’ve even done lots of WORK. But none of this has seemed exactly right for Cabbies Capital, so I now find myself wondering what is right and am I just looking for excuses to do nowt? So while I have my mini crisis, I am going to present to all you lovely people a selection of random images taken by me since I started Cabbies Capital – think of it as my BBC Test Card. While you all do that, I’m going to sort through all my stuff that is in Things.