Not a day goes by without something exciting happening in Moreton Hall.
Last week, there was the lady from Heart FM. Today, it was a man in a kilt recycling his Tetra Paks in the Community Centre car park.
And he had lots of them too. Indeed as far as recycling goes, this had to be the most lively demonstration ever. It's also been captured on video, which I will upload later this week.
Of course I would love to say that it was a coincidence, but knowing that I'd injured my back, the chap in the tartan came to pick me up this morning in a moment of chivalry and brought his family's empty cartons with him.
And he's no stranger to recycling. Some of you might recognise him as Angus Middleton, director of Ecoboom, an eco-focused shopping and news site, with a strong community focus and fabulous links that support sustainable living.
So thank you Mr Middleton, for both the lift in the LPG converted car and for joining in the fun and games this week. Not quite the highland games I know, but close.
And before anybody asks I was far too polite to ask what was under the kilt. A girl has to protect her honour you know.
But if you do want to find out or indeed ask Angus anything else, hop over to say hello. You can find regularly popping up at www.ecoboom.co.uk.
As for me, I'm under doctor's orders not to hang around the computer too much or it will be a case of emergency physiotherapy. So on that note, I think I might go for a gentle stroll.
Who knows what else is around the corner. Obviously I don't. That's for certain.