Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
lnr

Today

Good

- work going well, script nearly done, just one feature to add, some web stuff put into use
- nice lunch at tatties
- fun shopping in town
- found diet irn bru
- lovely dress arrived in post this morning, and should fit perfectly once weight is lost. Only order from states on Monday, well impressed

Bad

- haven't fixed mudguard, hence damp bottom this morning
- irn bru exploded and got all over my keyboard, which seems to have just about survived thankfully
- still very tired
- need to work late to make up for the short day yesterday
- Tatties don't take plastic any more, mildly embarrassing to have to go find a cash machine after making your order

Ulgy

- my raincoat. oh well, a necessary evil
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