I used to do archery, it's where I met my Husband. I'm not very good, Husband a different matter, but he'd been doing it for years. Still got my bow, OH's bow case huge, but then again he's 6foot3 in his socks, even when it's taken down into 3 bits his bow's pretty big. Did you know that because an arrow flexes when in flight, it will go straight through a stab vest/flak jacket? My stepdad also used to do archery, got his old bow (it's a museum piece), he warned me never to try and put it up, he regularly used to go through the boss when he shot.
Frank, I don't do anything with beef in it, I'm allergic. As a result, none of us eat it (OH sometimes gets a steak if it's on offer and I can cope with the smell (even that sets me off!).
Blackest, it was the Today's Special Value in the blue floral print I wanted, it's sold out.
Fairygirl, have a look at the kipling bags on QVC. They are fantastic, I would never ever use a different handbag (apart from when I got married, but that's because I couldn't get an Ivory one!). I have got lots, when OH complained, I told him that when I had as many bags as he had model cars (or even model land rovers for that matter), THEN he could complain. Also told him that next time he said 'could you just put this in your bag?' handing me keys/wallet/CD front/Camera/other P.O.S the answer would be NO! They are a bit pricey, but they last forever, and the bright colours really cheer you up on a grey day, or if you're down. They can organise the most disorganised person (as I can testify), you can get loads in them, they weigh nothing, can withstand a nuclear blast (before I had them the max lifespan of a paws' handbag was 6 months), I've got some I've had for years (oldest is now 10 years!), what else can I say? They are pure genius! I've even got a few monkeys with my name on (courtesy of Ebay). They're as funky as a Mark King slap base solo!