This morning my Nissan Cherry Europe GTi was rudely awoken from its winter slumber and wheeled out into the rain for a trip to the testing station. Normally, I refrain from taking it out in the rain if I can help it but the MOT test was already booked so I didn’t have a lot of choice. I have had its fruity little Alfa boxer engine running at least once a month over the winter but this was its first time out on the road since September last year. It’s good to have it back on the road as it’s a fun car to hustle along on twisty back lanes, even in the wet.
I’ve had a bit of a break over Christmas but now I’m back it’s time to look forward to the coming year and think about what will be happening through 2015.
This is going to be a year of major work on my projects and I am aiming to finish as many as I can. Having spent the last two years clearing out and selling off the bulk of my un-finished (and un-started!) projects I’ve lightened my workload considerably. In fact I now only have five projects to do and of those, it is possible that only four will actually get done as one may become a parts donor.