Quotation of the day: J.B. Priestley -- A good holiday is one spent among people whose notion of time is vaguer than yours.
Ah, at last, my long-awaited (and much-needed) week off. And it's starting off very well indeed. I'd be happier if it were about twenty degrees warmer, but at least there's no precipitation.... Also i've been up since 3 a.m., but that's not that unusual.
And now, thus far, i've had a very productive morning. I went down to the Splatford train station and finally managed to buy my ticket for Toronto on Wednesday, third attempt in four days, third time lucky: when i went down there on Friday and Saturday, the ticket wicket was closed -- a great shame because if i'd bought the ticket on Friday or Saturday i'd have been eligible for an early bird 40% discount. Oh, well. Here's the station (that's not me in the pic):
And then i had my hair cut, which i've been wanting to do for about a month, did some groceries and had a lazy late breakfast (two Sausage 'n' Eggers from A & W to be precise) (probably the only thing they serve that i find edible).
And now, although i'll probably toddle off to the beer store later on, the only thing i have left to do today, is laundry (i'm so domestic). Dolce far niente!
And today's playlist?
Started off listening (online) to my favourite radio station, 94.9 The Rock (www.therock.fm) but when i switched to albums it was:
The Albion Band, "Natural and wild"
The John Kirkpatrick Band, "Force Of Habit"
Robert Nighthawk, "Live On Maxwell Street"
Genesis. "Brush Back Your Hair" (disc 2) (a bootleg)
Plus some bootlegged Beatles and Kate Bush stuff (oh, christ, don't tell the DRMA, i'll have the computer confiscated!).
And now, i'm going to watch another episode of "Between The Lines" -- the best TV police drama ever.