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Tuesday I woke up early to be in at work before 5 am for some installs. I got home sometime after 5pm. Wednesday, yesterday, was an equally long day, but with the times shifted so I got in at a more sensible time.

I got to bed last night, fell into a beautiful deep sleep...for about 1/2 hour. Then I woke up and tossed and turned. Eventually I got up, switched on the computer, which failed to boot properly, which I then fixed. I get online and chat a little (and much much thanks to [livejournal.com profile] lisasplaytoy for being there for me). Finally I go back to bed, and an hour or so later (past 3am at least) I fall asleep, only to wake again at about 5:30 am.


Silly Lisa

Apr. 14th, 2003 04:01 pm
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I seem to have developed a rather intense crush on a workmate. There are several things stopping this ever going further.

she's very conservative
she's rather annoying
she's a workmate
she's totally het
she's very vanilla

Shall I go on?

Of course, given fact 2, why the hell am I so infatuated with her? This is irritating.


Apr. 9th, 2003 12:08 pm
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Work is a mess right now. All my stuff is either thrown out, or in boxes as we prepare to play one of those 'puzzle square' games to get this place recarpeted.

First we make a clear area. That area is recarpeted, then another square is moved into that free area so the next bit can be carpeted and so on.

Then we put the jigsaw puzzle1 back together again, and see if we still have a sane2 working environment. Yipeee.

1. To change metaphores.
2. Like this place was ever sane.
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It's Ten years since I started at my current job. Yes folks, I started on April the First.

Nope, I still haven't got the joke.

Ten years. Just..wow.
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As told to me by my workmate, regarding the problems we've had today.
Amusing story )

It worked!

Feb. 7th, 2003 01:50 pm
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I have, on my desk at work, one of those little refillable day calenders. The type where the the frame forms two 'rails' that go through the calendar.

Every year I go through the pain of trying to bend the rails enough to slip the old calendar pages off, and the new ones on. Last year I left two furrows in my desktop...

This year, today, in February, I wandered down to Production, slipped the curved parts of the rails into the vice, turned the handle a few times, and found it was then 10 seconds work to change from old to new calendar.

I'm proud of myself.

(Let's just ignore that it took me a few years to work this out, hmm?)


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