Sea fever

white sailboat with red foresail and beige mainsail

sea fever/siː ˈfivɚ/


  1. A condition of excitation or nervous energy due prolonged deprivation of time on the water. Like spring fever it may also manifest as the opposite – lassitude, listlessness. May have slow or acute onset; sometimes (rarely) fatal.

Random snackage

Digestive biscuit (McVitties, Tesco, whatever…), thin square of dark chocolate,  microwave just a bit until the chocolate softens… take with tea and milk. Do not exceed, oh, two or so in any one day.