Someone living on the ground floor flat of this one estate I pass on my walk between work and Waterloo station, has really pulled out all the guns in their little bit of garden (I don’t actually think it’s their garden, just this bit of communal grass in front of their front door). There is a multitude of flowers in there and these sunflowers are pretty amazing if you ask me. What a way to make the most of your surroundings.
I’ve been such a rubbish blogger lately. This first week back at work has been so tiring that I’m surprised I’m still standing. Well, actually I’m not really, more like about to fall into a dreamless coma in a few short moments. Needless to say I haven’t had much energy for anything extra. I have all these new ideas for DLB, but no juice to even make the least amount of effort… Soon, I hope. Although I’m still feeling sort of halfway between holidays as Miikka is coming over at the end of next week, when we’re heading for a four day road trip to Cornwall. First I’ll have to get through the toughest press week ever (I really feel like putting together a magazine in five days flat right about now) and Stu has to get through the first week at his new job. I dare say we’ll both be a bit worse for wear come next weekend. Well, hopefully the weather will be nice and some fresh sea air will be just the ticket.
Today was the first day that my neck felt more or less normal, i.e. there was no extra pain involved in normal movements. It’s such a relief not to have to be, or to be afraid of being, in pain all the time!
Oh and I finally got my little mini laptop, like two months after I ordered it. It’s lovely and cute and everything, but annoyingly the screen has some dead pixels so I’ll have to send it back for repairs. Ack. Still, it’s nice to have the freedom to use a computer anywhere anytime, and it’s so light that I can carry it in my handbag most days. I think I should lighten the contents of my make-up bag and stuff though, just to make a bit more room for it…
Uhh yeah, but anyways. Goodnight, sleep tight, don’t let the bedbugs bite!