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Kinda Horrigans

Tuesday 14 June 2011: Lock out!

473/365: ... lock out! There's a backblip about!!

Good grief my puns get worse.

Anyhoo... this is a backblip for yesterday.

Went to work and was in a staff development session all day. It was 'Staff Review and Development Scheme' Reviewer training.

If you can imagine how unfun that sounds. Then double it. Then double that, multiple by infinity and add two.

That's how unfun it was.

And it included role play.

Which, to be honest I always embrace whole-heartedly just to freak out the other participants. "Are we ready to start?", asks a fellow sufferee. "Hold on a moment, I'm finding my character", I reply, with my best serious face on... "... Who *am* I? What's my motivation?", I continue. Enjoying the fact that they're all giving me *that* look. "You're the reviewee", one of them offers helpful. "Yes, yes... but I need to get inside their feelings..."


This is the only way to survive these things. Well, normally it would be... if it wasn't for the migraine-inducing lighting they had. And which I 'enjoyed' all day. Right up to the point where my migraine was obviously worsening and I had to leave early.

So, I left (shame), and had to drive myself the hour and a half journey home. With vision in one eye only. And the cold sweats and wave after wave of nausea coming over me. Managed to hang on until I got home. Got through the door. Straight to the loo. Threw up. Went to bed.

Hence... a dodgy photo of door which I'd taken at about half past seven as I arrived at the office and which I never had chance to better for the rest of the day. Can you see on the door how no-one manages to get their key in the lock first time and scrapes the heck outta the paintwork? Quality.

Ta da!

PS Today's photos are no better
PPS I blame the fact that this migraine still hasn't fully shifted.
PPPS Plus, I'm a lazy arse. :o)


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