Posted by sean on March 1, 2006 at 9:32 pm in England, Life In Bath with No Comments


I crawled out of bed at 6.30am this morning to start my new job which started at 8am. Early start but one I can certainly get used to, being home in the afternoon was nice too.

The work was a lot more interesting than in my previous job, dealing with all manners of computer queries. Some being truly bizarre and some being just downright daft – users complaining about PCs not switching on and then turning out to be unplugged!

Enjoyable all the same, very tired tonight though, I think the early start and taking in so much information has taken its toll. Nothing a relaxing evening and good nights sleep cannot sort out though.

I am currently watching England play Uruguay in an international friendly. England are trailing 1-0 at the moment, they have been by far the better team but cannot seem to get the ball in the back of the damn net, the strikers cannot hit a barndoor with a banjo! The goal scored by Uruguay was a real cracker though, one of the best I have seen in a long time.

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