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Monday, 15 November 2004

Non-stop Monday.

I'm not very good at determing irony - is it ironic that the more full one's day is, the less time there seems to be able to fit everything in?

As I'm acting supervisor this week, I'm trying to get my head round as much of the managerial bits as possible, while also attempting to get myself involved in the engineering work, so I could broaden my experience of the various areas. Then, there's my 'normal' job, which has plenty to keep me going, although satuisfyingly, a few annoyances have been put to rest today, and a small cabal of my colleagues are dealing with another one. I don't think it's going too badly, though, on the whole, although I'm going to have to fill that application form in soon!

Beth took Christopher for a brief trip into London today, which was a bit of a change from the norm, and we had a lovely - if brief - lunch together in the exotic climes of the Broadcasting House canteen. What I neglected to mention at the time was that, as I recall, within a week, that particular eating place will be closed down for good, as the building is ultimately to be demolished, so they're starting to clear the top floors first. I also showed them the seventh floor 'roof garden' (with inexplicable trellis), which offers a wonderful view of London and the building site. Christopher was very taken by the cranes. Sometimes my boy seems so little, though - seeing him from across the road in Portland Place made me realise that London's still far too big for him, for all his assertions and backchat at home.

That's the end of Monday, then - another busy day tomorrow!

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Posted by james at November 15, 2004 1:33 PM

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