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Saturday, 31 July 2004

Saturday stuporstore

Another week over - in fact, as I sit on 'my' sofa after lunch, we're almost half-way through Saturday already. It doesn't seem like any time since I was driving towards Kent with Joanne, but that's a week ago already!

Last night I was out with Nik (and, for a short time, his girlfriend Jemma, before she caught the train back to her parents for the weekend) and we trundled around central London. It's amazing how busy it gets, especially considering the warm weather - drinks are expensive in town, so we sufficed with a coffee in Starbucks before I caught the 10pm bus home.

The day was busy - I was the only member of the team in, but things didn't start going awry until about four o'clock (typical for a Friday). I was pretty much done by 6, though, so I didn't miss too much.

I'm sure a link to this Preparing For Emergencies parody site has made it into every inbox in the UK - it's certainly annoyed the government (yay!) and had a lot of newspaper coverage. Thomas Scott has been responsible for quite a few web curiosities, such as the amusing, but chiefly pointless Semaphore Ninja flash game and International Talk Like A Pirate Day. Some people have just "got it" ...

Hmmm. I'm having trouble motivating myself now - after a brief flurry of activity this morning (clearing the remainder of the patio so that the furniture could go out there, and finally clearing the garden waste off the terrace - something of a nightmare, considering there's no way to the front door without going through the house) it's all I can do to stay awake.

Ella was sick last night - she's brightened up a lot today, but we're guessing she's caught the same thing as Christopher had. Hopefully that'll be an end to it, then - I'm on a course next week, and wouldn't want to have broken-food-mixer stomach so far away from home.

This afternoon we're probably going to drive up to Bletchley - a small town that's nearly been eaten up by Milton Keynes, which boasts a plentiful supply of charity shops, and, as the residents desert the town for the giant shopping centre at the weekend, not too many people.

I haven't got much planned for the evening, so I'll probably try to make the most of a few hours in the studio - plenty to be done, not least upload the latest Image FM audio and photos onto the website, and work on some production that's been long overdue. Or I might just end up working on my new blog, and chatting on Messenger...
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Posted by james at July 31, 2004 12:54 PM


 
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