March 3rd, 2005


Quotes of the Day

Morning. No snow here - well not enough to make a snow ball out of, although some other parts of the UK are suffering quite a lot with the army out getting emergency workers in to work in Kent. Strange weather. Have some quotes to help keep you warm and snug behind your comupters (or I guess "in fornt of" from your point of view, but remember I'm peering out of your screen ;) )

As you journey through life take a minute every now and then to give a thought for the other fellow. He could be plotting something.
Hagar the Horrible

Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons.
R. Buckminster Fuller (1895 - 1983)

You have to know how to accept rejection and reject acceptance.
Ray Bradbury (1920 - ), advice to writers

The first time I see a jogger smiling, I'll consider it.
Joan Rivers (1935 - )

Chatty post

Hi there,

I've not done a "chatty" entry for a while so I'll do one now, even though I've only got a few minutes.

First a quick "Hello" to everyone who's friended me recently - can't imagine why ;) and a wave of "goodbye" to those who have left *waves even though you won't see it*

Work is busy, I have to get a few things finished before I'm off next week skiing in Switzerland. Mind you with the recent weather we've been having in the UK I should have gone to Kent it seems :)

If any of you are interested in limeicks you can see a load of them at [I'm psheil on that site if you want to see mine) It takes a while to get anything you write approved for publishing on the site, but if you've got the patience then it does get through eventually. If you join then let me know and I'll keep an eye out for you on the site.

One of my spirit guides is "fox" and I saw one the other evening. I was leaving my Mum's and heading for the M25 through some back lanes [I go underneath the M25 then wiggle a bit before heading back to the junction where the South Mimms services are.] I came to a "T" junction where I turn right; the fence ahead was damaged where a car had misjudged the junction and gone straight on. Peeking around the corner of this damaged fence was the fox. I looked at him for a while, then moved on. i had a feeling that there was someone with me, keeping an eye on me. I had a fox run along with me when I was jogging once in London.

I'm suffering a bit from the dry air at work and in my car; my contact lenses don't like it and I have to take themout and wash them during the day sometimes. I'm even going to bed at reasonable times recently, so it's not that the're stayig in my eyes for too long. *sigh*

right, back to work.