Summer’s brilliant

June 22nd, 2005 at 10:14 pm by james

Summer’s brilliant. I had a very pleasant drink with an old (in the sense of former) colleague after work. I’ll link to her blog if she’ll let me have the address. Anyway I got home after 9 in what would pass as broad daylight at any other time of year and am eating my dinner in the 10pm dusk while blogging on my phone. I promised Michelle I wouldn’t fire up my computer tonight :D

The downside is that it’s too hot to sleep. It is also, unfortunately, far too hot for those alternate pursuits that spring first to mind. Never mind, we’re well on our way toward winter now, having spent the solstice in Heathrow airport bloody terminal one.

Tomorrow the Away Day begins. I’m trialing a 3g card so hopefully won’t need to resort to hotel “broadband” to keep blogging. That’s all I can find to say about the Away Day in my current stubbornly positive frame of mind.

The rest of the family, with Heather, had a wonderful day – or so I gather from the snippets I could glean. Going out for drinks at the moment means you lose out on knowing. Maybe it always means that.

2 Responses to “Summer’s brilliant”

  1. Kerry-b Says:

    For many it’s not the loss of not-knowing, but the gain of not-knowing. I could do with that drink right now.
    Enjoy your sleep-under-an-oak-tree Away Day.

  2. james Says:

    i’m in a great session just now ;) good to hear from you K

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