Thursday, September 25, 2008

[day in the life] mustn't jinx it


All right, so today hasn't been a bad day [so far]. Advances were made and this in itself is causing me anxiety. It's certainly a long journey getting re-established over here and there are factors seriously militating against and threatening to scupper the whole thing but the advances currently have their noses in front.

Tomorrow will tell.

How was your day today? If you can see your way clear, I'd like to know about it. Did you axe murder anyone or make a killing on the markets or meet the girl/man of your dreams? Or were you just glad to get out of it alive?

12 comments:

Gracchi said...

Mine was alright- nothing dramatic happened- had a conference at work which wasn't the most exciting event in the world- but wasn't awful either- though I'm not too sure about ham and egg sandwiches!

CherryPie said...

First day back at work, nothing exciting happened.

Getting used to the fact my computer broke yesterday, although I am still irritated by it!

Sean Jeating said...

Looking on the bright sight of life: Fancy for a salad, this evening I went into the garden, picked a salad, some cherry tomatoes, a red and a yellow paprika, and thought on my way back: What a lucky man I am. :)

Good luck (not only) for tomorrow, James.

BobG said...

Picked tomatoes, did some exercise for my heart, looked for a job that would work for someone with a bad heart, a bad back, and a bad knee. Not too much luck.

Matt said...

The day hasn't finished yet, pulling a long study session for a Chinese exam I'm sure to bomb. Ah, brings back memories of freshman year engineering. Our motto was, "I've never studied so hard in my life to fail."

jmb said...

Along with four other idiots I walked five miles in the pouring rain with my Thursday walking group.

Naturally as soon as we finished it cleared up.

May it be a good day tomorrow, for us both.

Guthrum said...

Got a project to do in Kenya, late on in the day. Which is going to be a life saver considering the Construction Industry has ceased to exist in the UK

James Higham said...

That was not a bad move to ask you all this because these little glimpses were most interesting ... and thanks.

Martin said...

As ever, glad to get out of it alive.

jams o donnell said...

Mine involved getting over a rotten cold by going to the dentist and getting a broken tooth repaired - no mean feat given that I am shit scared of dentists!

UBERMOUTH said...

I fantasized about killing my lawyers,but I still need them.
I HATE having my hands tied.

James Higham said...

Martin - me too.

Jams - novel way of getting over a cold.

Uber - not into the bondage, then?