Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Human Resources? They aren't human. They are pond life.
If, like me, you live in the dark ages, and still have dial up, then you will know all about the joys of pouring your heart out into the little blogger window, only for your connection to drop and for you to lose the 1000 words you just typed. When you finally get a connection again, you can't be bothered to type it all again, and that is pretty much how I come to be an infrequent poster here.
However, my fabulous husband informs me that he has ordered broadband and in the next couple of weeks, we will be dragged into the 21st century where our phone line is concerned. And then I will need to find some other excuse for not posting that often...
Anyway, all I was saying was that the car is still stolen and is likely to be for.. well, forever more. The police couldn't get their head round the fact that it has vanished and it took 2 trips to different police stations and a call to the DVLA to finally ensure that we weren't going to be suspects in any armed robberies or anything like that, should it turn up (which it hasn't as yet, apparently).
Otherwise, the weekend was filled with not a lot - Lee was off all weekend which made for a refreshing change, so we generally hung out, Lee started fixing up his car, and Lex and Tex came round on Saturday night and we had a few beers and generally hung. Sunday was more of the same and it was nice and sunny and I read the Da Vinci Code all in one go. I am sceptical as to how much of that book was factual and how much was just made up, but a good read all the same.
This week is work again - no surprises that it has been the usual strain to get out of bed in the morning, especially as Lee is back shift this week, which means he is still in bed when I leave for work and I am in bed already when he comes home. It's quite busy too at work, so the boredom factor has been minimised slightly and the day passes a bit quicker.
Must go home now or I will be here all night playing with my new helpdesk toy (yes, v sad)...
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