Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair


The good thing about reading in the bath is that only ones toes get prune-like. I have just emerged from my second marathon bath in two days, this time over 2.5 hours long. Nearly finished my third chalet school book in 2 days too.

Feeling strangely distant from the world as a result of staying in last night and then being on my own all day today, especially will so little of it spent on irc. The world however is looking very shiny, not only because I've cheered up after yesterday's incompetence but also because I unearthed my glasses while going through paperwork earlier on and figured I might as well try wearing them for a bit. Things really are just that little bit sharper. Cute geeky tshirt has been co-opted for tonight's party, since I didn't take it out clubbing and I wouldn't want to disappoint it.

Wonder how the walkers are getting on. Damply I suspect, looking at the weather outside. Thought they'd be back by now.The only question is if I should eat on my own or wait for Richard to get back. Orange seem to be entirely broken, so I can't expect any info by mobile from him. Some day I should drag myself out and be a bit more energetic.

Edit, 18:20: Aha, here he is now. Still no Orange, though Rachel says she's got network again.

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