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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Tuesday 13 January 2004 (Day View)
13.01.2004 – Tuesday 13 January – And home again
- • I am awoken by whomever it is that wakes people up at the Bellview.
- • Jade and Ella picked me up, and we drove, stopping only for petrol, back home. The road was as rough as the way down, and it rained on and off. The drive was enjoyable, and seemed to go faster for some reason – probably because Ella and I are so simple-minded and easy to amuse, and both tired.
- • I arrived home, and promptly retired to recover in front of my radiation-emitting cathode ray.
- • Here I am, still awake, and stupid. I’ve spent most of the evening online messing around reading things, chatting, doing a few things on my website, configuring the new version of Dreamweaver – nothing too exciting. Now I’m hugely sleepy and off to bed.