Whilst a four-day week should feel relatively “short”, all that happens is that you try to squeeze five day’s work into one day less... not easy at the best of times and much harder when the heavens are on a mission to bring a swift end to the “drought”...
The sun is shining this morning... not sure for how long, but I’m relieved the weekend has arrived.
I am thoroughly enjoying the project I have been asked to do at work; it’s really demanding... mentally it’s very testing indeed, but that’s a really good thing and progress thus far has been more than encouraging.
Unfortunately, my introspective self resurfaced on Wednesday... I just needed to offload, but wasn’t able to until I had completed a fifty-mile trip through the north east monsoons and a five-hour wait for Elaine to get home from her late shift. Far too much thinking time...
I went to the gym to try and sweat away the heavy head... it didn’t work... I was already agitated and the level 15 hill programme on the cross trainer sent my heart rate into overdrive... Only one thing to do in such circumstances... get out the Doctor Who DVDs...
Elaine and I talked for ages... the conversation continued the following night too... and I am feeling a bit stronger now. I think I need to take a long, hard look at life’s half-empty glass and realise that it’s actually half-full...
Wish it was as easy as it sounds, but this blog is for Elaine... I’m getting there... I will get there... thank you... and I love you xxxxx
All my own work... almost.