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    Raining again.

    Very grey.

    Very dark.

    Sunless.

    Spent some time measuring up for my new workbench in the garage, working on the principle that attempting to remove the existing one from the shed would lead to the collapse of said shed.

    And, apart from anything else, it's cold.
    When the fun stops, STOP.

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    Thought it was a tad chilly - outside is showing as 8C.

    Central heating just kicked in - it's set to 18C
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Thought it was a tad chilly - outside is showing as 8C.

    Central heating just kicked in - it's set to 18C
    11°C outside here, 19° within

    I may well put the fire on shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Went for a walk to the bank and then down the road to SW10 to check out a mews that has a house on it I am going to take a look at on Friday. It has a garage!

    It rained. Quite enthusiastically. Good job I took a brolly with me.

    Need to do a more detailed recce of the area to make sure all required amenities are catered for.
    The viewing happened this afternoon instead.

    Nice but utterly impractical. Not sold on the location either.

    Rooms all imbalanced so large kitchen and bathroom but small bedrooms. I think the garage would have been a squeeze for my car.

    The spiral staircases would make it almost impossible to get furniture in.

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    On the plus side, the rain stopped earlier and it was a nice sunny walk there and back.

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    Thunder and lightning very very frightening.

    Galileo picador.

    Rain, torrential.

    Hail, heavy.

    Lawn now white.

    Rivers of water flowing down the road outside.

    It'd be nice if they cleaned the fecking drains now & again.
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    Hamburger for dinner.

    Oh it's about to start raining again....
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    Dog walked and showered.
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    Trying to decide whether to go shopping. Might leave it until tomorrow, when unexpected downpours are apparently a little less likely

    Also, I do still feel a bit under the weather; just got some work done and it's left me feeling a little wiped out and with a mild headache. I reckon putting the fire on and curling up in an armchair would be better for me

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    Tea: chilli con carne with rice, stewed pears (sans custard), 0.91 pints of good Glengettie tea (teabag from previous packet from the looks of it).

    Entertainment: bit of Making of Alien IV.

    The River Wye with Will Miller on BBC2 Wales, inneresting enough.

    Currently, though it had better buck its ideas up a bit: Inside Culture with Mary Beard on BBC2W, looking at Stonehenge at the moment.
    When the fun stops, STOP.

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