00:06 BST tomorrow
Tremendously busy day at work today. The garage was full of people going
to watch the golf at St. Andrews. Meaning that I was serving like mad
all shift. On top of that, the shift started at 06:30, meaning I got up at
05:30. Which, as some daylog readers might notice, is closer to the time I
normally go to bed than get up. Still, I was quite bright when I started
my shift, more so than I normally am around nineish - must be my
circadian rhythms fault, I suppose.
In fact, thinking about it, whenever I stay up all night, when it turns
about 06:00, and I think "I really should go to bed", I wake up quite a bit,
and become much more bright and breezy. On a similar note, tonight around
21:00 - 22:00 I became really tired, but now I feel much more awake. Though
still knackered, and needing to go to bed.
And the reason I'm knackered? Well, getting up at 05:30 meant that I had
to try to go to bed earlier than usual. Of course, I couldn't get to sleep
then. So I got sod all sleep last night, then did a shift at the garage -
afterwards I did a few hours programming work. All in all a knackering day. I'm
so knackered (I like that word, can you tell?) that I can't write up much more
And so to bed.
Okay, I've not managed to pull myself away from e2 and go to bed yet. I just
remembered something funny that happened today. I was on the phone with
he who I will be going on my india trip with. Well, more
accurately, I tried to phone him, and left a message on his answering service
that my passport had come back with my Visa in it. He then phones me to
tell me that he hadn't realised that your Visa was in your passport (never having
needed a visa before, he thought they were seperate), and when he listened
to my message, and I said that part, he immediately ran off to check his passport.
It brought a smile to my lips anyway.