What's wrong with me? Boxers on the wrong way round again.
Is there a course I can go on? Because I'm clearly doing something wrong.
Liverpool are top of the league again. Eek. Only 6 games left and it's in our hands. Just the small obstacle of having to beat Man City and Chelsea. At least they're both home games though.
By the way, this is in real life and not in my latest football manager game.
I've designed this database at work so that my team can keep track of projects and jobs and an currently teaching some of the younger members of the team how it works.
I told one guy how to save the file by clicking on the disk symbol. It took hom a while to find it so it got me thinking. Does he even remember having 3.5 inch disks???
Luckily he did.
I've since looked at excel, access and a few others and they all still use the symbol too.
Just ordered myself a new phone. I've had this current one or at least a version of this one (phone replaced as I broke it) for nearly two years now which is a long time for me. I'd usually get myself a new phone and a new contract every year but since moving to giff gaff and with Android being virtually the same on each phone the only point of replacing it is if it stops working or becomes too slow. I've bought a sim free version as I've been very happy with giff gaff, especially the price.
The phone's still very fast but has started to fall apart a bit with the headphone connector intermittently packing up and a slight warming up issue, butopefully I'll still be able to get a few quid for it.
My tablet however has become noticeably slow and unresponsive. I may have to replace that sooner rather than later. Anybody want an 18 month old Samsung 10.1?
I've had a cold since about Thursday and there's no sign of it getting better. Boo!
My dad and his wife Ann were supposed to be popping over to help us with some much needed gardening but we've had to call off.
Today will mostly be spent either in bed, on the sofa or in the bath.
According to the survey results I'm 100%
Optimistic Contentment: "Confident, comfortable & usually on higher incomes they are prudent & tolerant but think Britain is a soft touch."
At one pm on Saturday I had a missed call from my old captain. Then a text asking if I could call immediately. Not thinking, I called. He needed a centre for the 2nd team...
It was a good game and we beat our local rivals Tunbridge Wells again having beaten their 3rd team last week for our 3rd team.
I used to play first team back at home but Tonbridge pay their 1st team so our club is set up a little different.
Anyway, other than not really being fit enough I played well. Not bad for someone who can play for the vets next season.
In other related news S&L my old side from Corby won a cup on Saturday. Well done lads.
I renewed my train season ticket yesterday and got over £300 off. No special discount, just 50 or so penalty vouchers for running late or the last year for both me and April.
They didn't make it easy either. In all it took around 30 mins. First I had to fill in my details on the back of each ticket. Then he scanned the barcode on each and wrote something on the back. Once that was done he then feed each into a machine that I'm not even sure what it did.
Still had to pay £3,500 though. Not really worth it.
Out doesn't really count as a day as all we did was go for a dip in the hotel roof top pool then drive to the airport. You can make out the Sydney Harbour Bridge of you look hard enough.
The last picture is of the rain outside as we were waiting for our plane home. We're not missing much.
This was the day when we did most of the driving. Around 600km, took us about 6 or 7 hours. The scenery was very nice so didn't seem that bad. Afterwards we had a look round Manly (where we were staying) and saw a man walking a cat. As you do...
I also saw Emile Heskey score! He's playing out there in the A-league.
We went to one of the Day on the Green festivals on day 10, the one in the Peterson's vineyard. The only bands of heard of were Something for Kate and Hunters and Collectors.
It was a great day despite the torrential rain for half of it. The music was good, the wine was nice (I'd moved on from beer as they could only sell it at less that 3.5% at a music festival!).
As we'd booked it all late we had to go for the platinum package. Almost front and centre seats, fenced off seating area and a no queue bar!
Day 9 was fairly sedate. We drove to April's mum's place for lunch, saw the new place she's renovating and her two dogs. After that we drove to Armidale where we were going to a musical festival the next day.
Here's our car again and a helicopter parked 20m away.