Wednesday, 18 June 2008
Squaring it away.
I had quite a smart day at work. So much of the output of my all-day Store Mgrs' meeting lends itself to expanding my remit so I will think about that later next week when I sit down with my (decent) boss.
Tonight I am packing and prepping for Ireland. I don't leave for another 27 hours but on the quiet I am a bit of a bird when it comes to travel organisation and always have it well prepped a day in advance. I like the fact that tomorrow I can work my bollocks off to cover days off then come home to eat, bathe and change and just pick up my gear and head for the 9pm train safe that the bag I pick up will have been thoroughly packed the night before and will do just the job. It will be packed by need and will be alarmingly organised and well thought out. All I will need to do is grab a 4 pack from the fridge for the 9-1.30 train journey and make some sarnies to eat on the ferry at half six or seven when it docks the next morning, but I shall do that tomorrow morning. Tomorrow I can be 100% focused on work and cover all the bases and then kerpowww, I am on leave and excited!
Here's a thrilling picture of work in progress just a few short minutes ago. This is my spare room and the bed is a good size to organise such things.
In rather a charitable and Christian act, I am laundering various items of outerwear the Irish contingent left here when they visited my house last month. I will deliver them to the owner.