putting an end to supermarket hell

i hate supermarkets with a passion. most people are totally lacking in common sense when it comes to maneuvering through this maze.   you’ve seen them: the shoppers that stop at will. normally in the middle of the aisle. and always without warning.   some try, possibly subconsciously, to move to the side, but then…

so far so good!

today has started off very positively. mainly, i think, because i was so productive last night! i tackled the piles of paper that collect on flat surfaces all around the house, and got some order to them. so that in the next instalment i can start filing, putting into newly created spaces (i.e. hang up…

i love my world map :)

i love checking out where in the world my visitors come from, and i got a new country yesterday – looks like germany. and of all the continents with permanent residents, only south america hasn’t given me a hit yet… one waits with bated breath…

satisfaction

i am absolutely exhausted. when i’m don’t writing i’m gonna go sleep, and woe betide the person who phones me before 11… they’ll get an earful (of my voicemail).   i’m so proud of the barefoot cast tonight – we put on our best show yet this evening. the cast was more relaxed and were…

smiling for the weekend

what has disappointed me today: my plans for saturday night have fallen through – i’m trying to make new plans, and need to deal with the fear that i might get nothing, or also have 2 things what have i learnt today: to take the time double check the files of all ex-colleagues what am…

better – much better!

well, we’re not out of the woods yet, but it certainly shows you the value of relationships. we have found a partial solution to the problems of yesterday –and here i refer to the big problem- but the boss doesn’t know yet, and i still need to run it past her… i’m surprised i managed…