View From The Platform
TT had an early start, so I was left to deal with BB. He wasn’t too bad, which made a nice change. I had another busy day at work. I fear that every work day until Christmas is going to be very busy. It was another day when I didn’t get the chance to leave my desk. We did have a good meeting with colleagues which ran into the lunchtime slot, but is was very helpful to catch up. When It was time to leave, I had to run to the station, only to find out that my train was coming into another platform at the other side of the station – so I had to keep running. When I eventually got there, I had time to draw breath, before they announced that it would only be two carriages, and guess what it came in on a different platform, so we all had to rush to yet another platform. By some complete stroke of luck I got a seat.
I wasn’t long home when a friend, who were expecting, appeared. Amongst other things, he had been walking over by Aberlady Bay and had watched the geese arrive. We had a good catch up, attempting to put the world too right – which is of course very tricky these days, and later we all had a takeaway curry.
No blips today, except this view from a random platform at the station tonight.