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Friday, 10 September 2004

Better, but mono...

I don't think I've been particularly well over the past couple of days - a few bad nights' sleep followed by headaches in the evening haven't helped much. Now, though, I'm ready for a fairly busy weekend, hoping that the weather holds out for a trip into the countryside with the children.

Ella's illness might restrict us a little - from what Beth tells me, she's got "Fifth disease" - a viral infection that causes her to run a temperature and have a rash - it's not quite as bad as it sounds. She's a fit little thing, though, so she'll be through it soon enough.

I'm heading home from work a little earlier than normal today - Jon's popped by on his way back to Sussex, so it's worth spending as much time with him as possible.

Have I mentioned my shiny new phone? It's got a smashing purple cover for it, now - and a radio - I'm listening to PM at the moment, through the little hands-free kit thing. Unfortunately, it's only working in one ear - I've been looking on the internet for an adaptor so I can use my lovely Sony in-ear headphones, but I'm not really spoiled for choice. This one looks like a bit of a bargain, at ?4.79, although I can't be sure it'll work perfectly (perhaps an email might clear that one up); there's a much more swanky one made by Skullcandy which which costs nearly ?20, but has extra buttons and things. Of course, there's always the Official Nokia stereo headphones, but that's yet another pair to carry around with me. We'll see how things go... I might just hack up a cable and try to make my own!

Have a good weekend!

My Nokia 6510

Posted by james at September 10, 2004 6:35 PM


 
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