Monthly Archives: September 2013

Diary – September 30th

A windy ride to work. Had so may plans for what I wanted to do at work but too many interruptions. Dealing with new temp staff and new PhD students. Concerned that Paul is thinking we won’t have all labs … Continue reading

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Diary – September 29th

Routine Sunday morning – slept in a little bit. No hot water so had to use electric shower. Breakfast and tidy up a bit then left at 094-ish to LBC. Got parking space on Dalton Sq. Did a plug for … Continue reading

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Diary – September 28th

Woken, I think, by milkman. Party day!! Newsagent had remembered to give me Times instead of Telegraph for neighbours. Shredded newspaper from Thursday evening is starting to look like it could be moulded into blocks. Popped in to Garstang for … Continue reading

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Diary – September 27th

Day started grey. Usual start to a morning. Racing against my GPS again. Rushing round at work trying to set up n PCs downstairs while doing other stuff upstairs. Lunch with Grizedale advisors then went to see Paul for a … Continue reading

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Dry – September 26th

My birthday!! So I woke up a little bit late and opened cards and presents; a device to make blocks for the fire out of newspapers!! After breakfast we drove to Garstang, dropped off a quilt to be washed and … Continue reading

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Diary – September 25th

A bi of fog around this morning. Rode to work with GPS on handlebar; I think that encourages me to ride faster, but it still took me 29 1/2 minutes to get to work. Had a PT session with Laura. … Continue reading

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Diary – September 24th

Another grey morning. We got a card through the door from the Post Office yesterday when they tried to deliver something. They left the box at the Post Office. So I took the card this morning and there was the … Continue reading

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