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Tuesday, 2 August 2005


This set of nightshifts is definitely taking some getting used to, although I am certainly not as sleepy as I was at this time yesterday. It's remarkable how early the sky starts to lighten (there's no need for street lights after about 5am at the moment) - I'm making sure I venture out for a wander at least once a night, although it tends to be only as far as one of the other offices. It would certainly be interesting to see how busy Oxford Street is at four in the morning...

I arrived home at about half-past ten yesterday morning - the timing was almost perfect, since I was halfway through my twenty minute walk from the bus stop when Beth drove past, taking Christopher home from his swimming lessons (he's really taken to the week-long 'intensive' course at Harpenden pool) and gave me a lift the rest of the way. I was in bed by eleven, intending to rise at five...

Sleeping during the day has been the hardest challenge, I think - I woke every couple of hours. I think I might be a little more settled today, though - we'll see!

Links of the day (or night)

  • www.milkandcookies.com/links/26951 : Mr T says: Treat your mother right. And I agree. (needs Quicktime)
  • whomix.trilete.net/?wmid=subreadremixreviews&remixid=98 : An outstanding morphing of all the Doctor Who themes of the past into one track... really evocative of the 9 ages of The Doctor. It's featured on the whomix site, which exists in celebration of forty years of the distinctive theme tune, and contains more remixes and reworkings than you could shake a sonic screwdriver at...
  • www.ubu.com/outsiders/365 : A collection of "an MP3 a day" incorrect and outsider songs, for which any but the hardiest listener would require a crash-helmet to listen... you have been warned! (I, on the other hand, really like them, although I do draw the line at William Shatner).

Posted by james at August 2, 2005 5:06 AM

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