28 Jan 2009 ringbark   » (Journeyer)

Tweets for Today

  • 06:44 Wow, Tuesday morning already. Coffee and cyberslacking under way. Rest of day not far behind. Hair washing, if there's time. #
  • 07:32 It's foggy here, but nearly so much as the forecast seems to be claiming. #
  • 07:48 Breakfast buffet offer whole fresh tomatoes where there used to be hash browns. What's that all about? Healthy? No thanks. #
  • 08:09 Wembley Stadium Station. The best adjective this morning is "gloomy" but that describes the station, not me. I'm as happy as you'd expect... #
  • 08:28 That was horribly crowded even for a Chilern train. Now walking to Baker Street. Dry, but still gloomy. Roads closed round here too! #
  • 08:56 Just dropped my tie off at the dry-cleaner. Is anyone interested in this level of detail? #
  • 08:57 Masses of BTPs at the exit to Liverpool Street station. Far more than usual. What is happening? #
  • 13:40 Out for a walk to buy some salad for lunch. #
  • 17:57 A busy day spent catching up on all sorts of bits and pieces. Now off to see if the dry-cleaner is still open. #
  • 18:11 Yes, so now properly attired for tonight's meeting at Dirty Dick's. Stupid name for a pub, but at least it's name with some history to it. #
  • 18:47 Change of plan: Red Lion, Eldon St, round the back of Liverpool St. #
  • 21:27 Very good Toastmasters meeting followed by a truly inspirational speech. But now, it's back to Wembley for another night's sleep. #
  • 22:00 Was going to Oxford Circus to pick up the Bakerloo Line but there's nothing to Wembley till 22.20. So it's the Jubilee Line from Bond St. #
  • 22:15 8 minutes to wait for a bus from Wembley Park to the Stadium. I reckon I could walk it in less. So I am doing. Would I lie to you? #
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