Wednesday 31 March 2004
I’ve got the new toy working, but I’m not ready to show you any results yet. May take a day or two, as I’m a bit time-poor at the moment.
This morning – two doors painted with their first coat; sofa installed (after a struggle to get it in); rubbish taken to the tip. And there is still plenty of time to get more done yet.
Tuesday 30 March 2004
- accountant spoken to and meeting arranged
- speaking gig arranged
- bank spoken to, no useful advantage gained
- invoice raised
- event applications processed
- licensee assisted
- planning application submitted
- hair cut
- carpet tiles completed and two doors hung (with assistance)
- new toy purchased
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to play.
How to build a computer for almost nothing at all. Complete with rabbit.
Thanks to the model of efficiency that is Dave, I now have the necessary drawings for the planning application for the new windows in my flat. I’ve just filled out the forms (in quadruplicate) and, aside from a couple of quick photocopies (well, three actually) of the site plan and elevations and the small matter of a cheque for £220, I’m ready to go.
With the delay of a week on the estate agents, the bookies are offering good odds on the planning consent coming in before the flat sale, particularly as the said fenestrologist (new word!) is determined to give it a push if he can. The spectators watch in awed amazement.