Well, it’s Monday. I had a decent weekend – I went to see the Indigo Girls in Brighton. And just chilled on Sunday. (my house guest isn’t moving in any more – the place she’s in is available for a bit longer now).
But now it’s Monday. I’m feeling a bit flat, and a bit guilty for not being sooper efficient and getting lots done. It’s one of those niggly days when I’m waiting on things from other people, or just waiting before I can get things done. And I’m feeling a bit guilty for just browsing the net. But if I’m not browsing, then I won’t look busy.
There was no *real* reason for me to come into the office this morning to be honest. Not until 12 when I have something booked really. But, I like to keep up appearances and take advantage of the times I *can* get in early. Just so I’m seen to be doing it – ya know? And I wouldn’t get a parking space if I came in late.
External emails don’t seem to be working, so I can’t get some paperwork I need to do some funding work. And I can’t call people I need to call until this evening. (various reasons). And nobody has sent me any emails I need to action. So I’m a bit bored to be honest. It’s not always this quiet. Sometimes I’m busy all day. But at the moment, it’s that lull. And I’m feeling a bit guilty for not actively working on something. But at the same time, because I’m feeling all flat, I really really just can’t be bothered. I’m a baaaaaad employee huh?
Anyway, in other news, I still haven’t been back to the ‘no smoking’ clinic. I haven’t been swimming either. And I have no dates lined up. I’ll have to get my finger out and work on this. These are my 3 targets for February!
Though I’m in London at the end of this week, for 2 days again. I’m a bit nervous as I’ll have to get the tube during rush hour. Not nice. So if I make it there and back without collapsing into a jibbering wreck, that will be an achievement. I generally avoid the tube if I go to London. I HATE it. So much jostling and me getting lost all over the place. You can’t stand still and look at a tube map else everyone tuts at you and pushes you. Pah! I must learn the whole art of ‘looking at a map while moving so I don’t stop the human traffic’ thing. Is this a skill that Londoners just have? Or is it something that need to be consciously learned??
Anyhoo. Must be off. I’m sure there must be *something* I could be doing.. Maybe some more pretty graphs or something….