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Wednesday, 7 July 2004


I'm afraid there's not much exciting to report for the last couple of days. It's rather strange, though, that today has had all the hallmarks of late autumn, although the strong wind has been plucking green leaves from the trees, and the rain bounced off the pavements in much the same way that November drizzle doesn't. Fortunately I avoided the intermittent downpours on my way to the homeward coach after what felt like an interminably long day at work. Some days are like that, I suppose - I only wish I could spend them at home!

A couple of Beth's friends from the North-East popped by for a visit on their way into (and back out of) London, and yesterday evening was spent with them, pizza and most of a bottle of wine. I'll be home fairly late tonight, but this is all part of an investment in tomorrow, which I'm spending with the family.

Hopefully there'll be more of a story to tell, then!

Before I go, though, I've only just read about SpaceShipOne and its successful launch today. The most amazing thing for me is that it cost a three-hundredth of the price of a space shuttle, according to an article on TechRepublic.com. Who needs NASA?

Posted by james at July 7, 2004 8:04 PM

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