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Tuesday, 17 October 2006

Road works, videos and Lee Valley

This is the second blog entry I've written today - something of an irony, considering how long it's been since last I posted! The first is (hopefully) sitting on a site affiliated with the British Library; today is "One Day In History" - a day when everyone is invited to write an account of their day, so that it can be kept for eternity (of course, if archive.org keeps going, there'll be two copies of my life's chronicles - such that they are!)

In my earlier musings, I mentioned the delays caused by the work being carried out on the M1, and researched a link to back it up. I was interested to find that there are newsletter at highways.gov.uk to which one can subscribe, and receive news on local developments.

So.. what's been going on? I have to confess that I've been allowing my perfectionism and tenacity to take the fore, in an attempt to create a reasonable quality DVD of the last service of our local vicar before he retired. Considering we're leaving for deepest Leicestershire (I think) on Saturday, and between now and then I only have tomorrow off work. Beth's out in the evening, so hopefully I'll be able to do something then.

A Canal boat at Lee ValleyWe've attended quite a few family events, too - my nephew, Max, had a third birthday party on Sunday, and it doesn't seem any time since Luke's (it's that time of year!) - and on Saturday, Beth and I went to the really rather picturesque Lee Valley, to attend the Surrogacy UK AGM. During the downtime, I took a walk around the country park, covering the couple of miles between Cheshunt and Waltham Abbey. I daresay the weathermen will be announcing this month as the 'warmest in years' - it's been lovely, with just enough rain to help my geraniums survive!

Well, I'd better leave it there - hopefully some more thoughts will occur to me and I'll make one more entry before we depart for the midlands.

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Posted by james at October 17, 2006 7:58 PM


 
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