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Thursday, 5 May 2005

tyres (or not) and voting

The last few days have been rather blurred - I've been a little out of sorts, although not unwell; I put this down to the prospect of having to attend the dentist's for the first time in - it must be nearly - a decade, and the general recovery from a weekend at work.

We didn't really do too much on Bank Holiday Monday - I took the children to the park, watching them expend their energy in the way they did best; climbing on the playground equipment and (in Christopher's case) playing chase with the six-or-so year old girls, much to the amusement (or was it bemusement?) of Ella.

Tuesday and Wednesday were generally family days, although I was still a little shell-shocked by the £700 quote for treatment that I need (Beth was more philosophical, suggesting that this only represented £70 a year) due to a decade of neglect and general dentophobia.

As a bizarre form of therapy, I drove around looking for new tyres for the car (nobody seemed to have any) and did some recycling, before again retreating into the studio for the evening.

Speaking of which, the Image FM broadcasts are now available, as are edited highlights of all the shows, which can be found here.

I'm trying to get back into music now - Suzanne has asked me to put together a remix of The Two Of Me so that she can have another go at the vocals, and I'm really keen to try and make some more odd electronic stuff that nobody will probably like.

But now, though, I'm off to do my democratic duty, after a day at work studying the innards of digital mixing desks. Fortunately, the polling station is open until 10pm, since I was half-way to London when they opened this morning!


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Posted by james at May 5, 2005 9:24 PM


 
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