View on a Dull Day
What a miserable day – it was back to winter, though probably not quite as cold. It was wet, grey and foggy. The kind of day that you don’t mind being at work. Work was non-stop for me, as I am out of the office all day tomorrow and had stuff to put in place, for others to pick up – if they can – before I am back in the office on Monday. Just to add to my list of things, a double whammy appeared in my in box mid-afternoon. Two more things to be covered before Monday. I had a good go at one of them and have pulled what I think is a reasonable draft together, which can be completed and tidied on Monday. The other will be a shared endeavour, I made a start and passed it on to a colleague, suggesting that he adds a bit and passes it on to someone else. By the time it has been round a few people, and they made additions and tweaks, we might end up with what we need – though we might not!!
I got home a little later than I planned. BB had been at rugby and was starving. Once he was fed, I risked going out for a run, and thankfully managed to stay dry. I then ate late and went to bed.
Here is a view from my walk over Calton Hill at lunchtime.