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Simon-K 10:34pm, 14 January 2007
This is my attempt to take a picture every day of 2007 which should represent my day in some way. I'm a Politics student at Hull University (UK) and im in my final year so 2007 will include some big events for me - graduation, moving to a new city and flat, starting a new job etc. So hopefully this will project will be a good account of an intersting year!!

Anyway enough talking here's the first picture.

January 1st

Edd on New Years Eve 2006
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Simon-K 11 years ago
Hey Rob - you're my 1,000th post!!!!
Simon-K 11 years ago
26th October

Wear it Pink!

Don't know about the rest of the world, but today in the UK is "Wear it Pink" day. In support of Breast Cancer Charities people are asked to wear something pink for the day (and give some money). Now unsuprisingly I don't own anything pink, so the best I could do was a pink sticker! I haven't known anyone personally who's had breast cancer, but I know people who have been affected by it and my nan died of lung cancer so anything that can be done to help beat cancer is good in my books.
Natacha.troiscafes 11 years ago
In France, that day doesn't exist.
We have indeed many days in support to Research (Aids, and others, but I don't know the names in English).
Anyway, (just kidding...) I'm very surprised that you don't have any pink to wear. Pink is here in France very fashion in men's wearing (not kidding)... yes, I know, the French is very strange ;o)
Dragonhide 11 years ago
In the US, the whole month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Its a good cause- it is a very ugly way to die, as is any kind of cancer, really.
Simon-K 11 years ago
Well pink is sort of fashionable here as well, but I just don't have anything really, guess I'm not particularly fashionable hahaha :)

I think all of the month might be here as well, but almost as a build up to today.
Simon-K Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Simon-K (member) 11 years ago
27th October

And Another!

Did something I haven't done in ages today - I went out for breakfast! Holly my housemate was offered a new job yesterday but she's in two minds whether she should take it. So she decided to sleep on it and then we went for breakfast and talked over the offer. In the end she didn't make a decision but it was a great breakfast :)

Was very pleased when I got back to the house as my new remote control for my camera finally arrived! I ordered it nearly two months ago but because of a series of postal strikes it took ages. So what did I do with the remote I took some self portraits!!! I wish I knew somone who was willing to act as my subject as I'm a bit fed up of self-portraits!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Glad to see you posting about breast cancer...pink - Pibette is right - pink and salmon are colors much worn here. I have known several women (and one man) who have had breast cancer. A couple survived due to early detection and VERY radical surgery treatment. As for the portraits - contact the local modeling meetup club...I know there is one in London - offer them free portfolio files - they are always looking to practice....bring a tripod.

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Simon-K 11 years ago
Thanks for the idea CG, might have to look into that
sunshinecity 11 years ago
hey that is a wonderful self of you... I like the fact that you decided to leave your glasses off... such a different view of you!
Simon-K 11 years ago
Thats what I thought, i'm thinking about getting contacts (im fed up of glasses) so i thought i'd see what it looked like. Although when my brother saw this one he said I looked a bit scary :)
Jissy 11 years ago
Congrats on the new remote- cant wait to see the fun you have with that baby!
Simon-K 11 years ago
I've got some plans for a few long exposures, but they might have to wait for a week or two!!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Yay, I'm no. 1000! It passed unremarked on mine. Nice self-portraits. I'm sure you'll enjoy contact lenses.
Simon-K 11 years ago
Rob, im not sure enjoy is the right word, I think they'll just be the lesser of two evils!
sunshinecity 11 years ago
scary? LOL..not at all!
Simon-K 11 years ago
Well thats what I thought but he insists I look sort of spooky - could come in handy for halloween though :)
ParaScubaSailor 11 years ago
I see how he might think you look spooky without your glasses if he's known you all the time wearing glasses. You look much more débonnaire with them on. Without them, you look more serious, more focused... Might be better for a future politician ;-)
Simon-K 11 years ago
Hahaha not sure i've ever been described as debonnaire before :)
Dragonhide 11 years ago
It's definitely a very different look. People always shock me when I see them for my first time without glasses... Same thing when they shave a beard, mustache or whatever off.

I understand your frustration about finding people to photograph... I stumbled over meetup.com and was pleasantly surprised there was a figure study group in the City near me. My current photos are all from a figure study with body paint from a Meetup on Saturday.. It was quite an experience!

Maybe you'll find one near you- www.meetup.com/cities/gb/

Camera remotes are so much fun!
Simon-K 11 years ago
I know what you mean about the moustache thing, my dad shaved his off when I was a little kid I hardly recognised him!!

I'll have to look at meetup could be interesting. You certainly seemed to get a lot out of your body paint group. You got some great photos from it!
Simon-K 11 years ago
28th October

No picture today! I spent all day in the library and just had no inspiration whatever!
Simon-K Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Simon-K (member) 11 years ago
29th October

Poppy Appeal

The weekend went way to quickly, I wasn't really ready to go back to work and could have really done with another 4 hours in bed - I was shattered. But off to work I went. Not a bad day to be honest, got a good amount of stuff done.

I don't know if this is another British thing to do (I have a recolection that Canadians do the same) but for those that don't know the thing i'm wearing is a poppy, sold to raise money for the Royal British Legion which supports ex-servicemen and their families. In the run up to rememberance day people tend to wear them as part of the Legions Poppy Appeal. In Parliament virtually everyone wears them, particularly the politicians who wouldn't want to be seen on TV without one.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
lol i remember red poppy day....

I never mentioned this but, i love how you frame every single hpto now... makes such a difference. What do you use to achieve this?
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Poppy season seems to last much longer nowadays. In SA, they were sold only for the few days around Nov 11. Now one sees them on TV from mid-Oct. Raises more funds maybe, or politicians are competing to raise their charitable/patriotic profile.
Simon-K 11 years ago
@sunshinecity - its really easy to do when you know how. But you do need Photoshop - Once you've finished editing your photo you just increase the canvas size. I usually increase it by about 50 pixels. Also just make sure the canvas colour is selected as black (or whatever colour you want). I hope that makes sense, if not i'll try to be clearer!

@Rob - I think you're right, probably for both reasons but your second reason is probably the stronger reason!!
Dragonhide 11 years ago
What a dapper gentleman, are you also wearing a top hat? :) Very cool shot, man.
Simon-K 11 years ago
@Jallen - hahaha no, no top hat!!
Simon-K 11 years ago
31st October

Poppies

Today was awful - I was so stressed all day long. I'm not sure i've ever been so stressed in my life!! Nothing particularly went wrong, but everything was just piling up and getting on top of me! To top it all off after I left work I had to go to a class that I wasn't prepared for at all. So when I finally got home I really wasn't in the mood for taking a photograph, but I didn't want to miss another day so I took a boring one of mroe poppies!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
No Jallen, it's not a top hat, it's a bowler hat!
Simon-K 11 years ago
Lol Rob! Not a bowler hat either, have to say I never wear hats they just look stupid
Simon-K 11 years ago
31st October

Pumpkins!!!

Happy Halloween! I've never been particularly big on Haloween - mainly because its the same day as my dad's birthday so i've always been more focused on that. But I was looking forward to going out to a halloween night with some friends tonight - that was until work intervened!!! I had to stay really late and by the time I was finished there was no real point in going! But to be honest I'm more interested in bonfire night in a few days.
Simon-K 11 years ago
1st November

The Tourist and the Jogger

I've had a stressful few days so was looking forward to a boss free day today. It was a much needed change of pace, I'm much more relaxed tonight than I have been recently. After work I decided to take some night shots around my office, made it quite difficult to pick my daily photo but I think this was my favourite
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Nice contrast of motion and non-motion ...good stuff. Enjoy the bonfires...
Simon-K 11 years ago
Cheers CG, will definitely enjoy the bonfire, i'm hoping to have lots of good firework shots
sunshinecity 11 years ago
hey some amazing photo there, love it!

I remember Guy Fawkes...
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
That is a great shot there, with a ghost rushing off to the right.

I've never been anywhere where Hallowe'en is celebrated; I guess it has been popularised recently by Hollywood movies, but growing up in colonial South Africa, Guy Fawkes Day was always a big celebration, with big bonfires and all the fun of the fair, and it was the only time of the year that we saw fireworks.
Simon-K 11 years ago
@Sunshine - Cheers Alex, Guy Fawkes Night is great, this year its a bit ironic for me as well because i'm working in the building where it all took place!!

@Rob - I think you're right about Haloween, it wasn't a big thing when I was a little kid, but in the last 10 years its got massive
Simon-K 11 years ago
2nd November

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Well I wish I could say I was happy that the week is over and I can now relax for the weekend, but unfortunately I will be spending all my weekend (apart from a few hours for the bonfire) stuck in the library trying to write an essay!!

Took my camera into work again today and on the way home took a few more night shots.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
*sigh*... I just love your shots... no other way to put it!
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Awesome long exposure shot... love it!!!!
Simon-K 11 years ago
Glad you both like it. Though if you like this one you might like some of the photos I took tonight - fireworks!!!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Well done - tripod or monopod ? 15 secs is a long time ! Good work...
Simon-K 11 years ago
Cheers, it was a tripod
Jissy 11 years ago
when i saw the fireworks last night- i knew you'd be taking some gorgeous pics! I'm with SSC - sigh-!
Simon-K 11 years ago
Well Jissy - not one to dissapoint - you can see all my firework pics in the set. There's only a few there at the moment, but once i've finished in the library (!) i've got quite a few more to upload!
Simon-K 11 years ago
3rd November

Burst of Colour

So today was unofficially bonfire night (or correctly Guy Fawkes Night - if you want to know the history behind it all then look here). Technically it should be on Monday but all the fireworks and stuff are always at the weekend. Anyway I was really looking forward to it this year, partly because its my only free part of the weekend (both today and tomorrow are being spent in the library!!!) and also because I was going to the big display at Alexandra Palace which is supposed to be one of the best in London. But at first it looked really dissapointing. We'd all got there early because we were told it was really popular, but it was just dead. To make it worse there no bonfire - I mean how can you ahve bonfire night with no bonfire! But convinced that the firework display had to be something spectacular we stayed and thank god we did. It was bloody brilliant, by far the best firework display i've ever seen. No wonder 1,000s of people turned out!! So after a boring day in the library I had a great night :)
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Those last two long exposures are fabulous, Simon. I wonder if it was the same bonfire party that my daughters went to last night?
Simon-K 11 years ago
Quite possibly Rob - I think this one (at Alexandra Palace in North London) is one of the biggest in London.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
another great shot! These long exposure shots are brilliant... it's a dream of mine to be able to take one myself one day... I really should start using my reflex again... it's just that the thought of spendong a whole bunch of money to develop your own photos, at the risk of them turning out crap just doesn't encourage me to use it.

I really can't wait 'till I get a digital!
Simon-K 11 years ago
Thats the great benefit of digital, I took loads of pictures last night - perhaps even hundreds. But with digital it does't matter you just delete them and move on.
Simon-K 11 years ago
4th November

The Red Cups Have Arrived

Back to the library this morning!! It is depressing having to spend my whole weekend there, but im making progress on the essay which is good news. So there wasn't really anything to photograph but on the way home I popped into Starbucks and they have just started using the christmas red cups, so thought that could be my picture for the day. I guess that just tells you how boring my day was.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
aww....well hopefully monday will be better... oh no wait, it's the beginning of the work week!
jrayfarm1980 11 years ago
And again - here is me running screaming from that dreaded red cup!

Actually, I love the holidays...it's just, working at Disneyland I tend to get overloaded on it (between our decorations everywhere and the insanely busy theme park).

Although one good thing about holiday season at Starbucks: Peppermint Mocha. Oh, and Caramel Apple Cider! (Okay, that's two good things...)
Simon-K 11 years ago
Well Monday is the start of the working week, but I don't mind too much this week as i'm only at work two days, and if you consider that most of Tuesday will be spent on the Queens Speech its really just a one day week :)

I can imagine working at disneyland could easly overdose you on Christmas. Me I absolutely love Christmas its my favourite time of year. I'm more a fan of the new Creme Brulee Latte :)
sunshinecity 11 years ago
oh hey lucky you!

omg you work at disneyland? omg poor you... i don't envy you at all! I bet you guys get slammed over the holidays!
jrayfarm1980 11 years ago
Woah - Creme Brulee Latte? I MUST try that. As for working at Disneyland, well....I've never heard "poor you" in that context, but considering how nuts the Christmas season can be it's appropriate.

Although, little known Disneyland fact: Weekdays the first two weeks of December are nice and quiet - with full holiday entertainment! (Don't tell anyone you heard that from me, heh.)
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Oh My Word, SIMON! That firework picture is the best one I have ever seen of fireworks.. and I'm not kidding. Kick ass!
Simon-K 11 years ago
@ jray - Early december sounds like a good time to visit Disneyland then

@ Jallen - i'm guessing you like that one then :)
Simon-K 11 years ago
6th November

Westminster Abbey

Not much going on today, just a normal day at work. Although I was as depressed as I normally am on a Monday - probably because i'm only at work two days this week then i'm off to visit my family for a few days :)

The picture is Westminster Abbey which is such an impressive building, when the weather gets nice again (i.e a nice sky) I must go back and take some decent shots of this place.
Simon-K 11 years ago
6th November

State Carriage

Today was quite a fun day. I got to watch the State Opening of Parliament (not the actual speech - gotta be an MP or Lord to do that) so I watched the Queens procession into Parliament and then watched all the politicians led by the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition process to hear the Queen. You can see a few more photos in my stream

And today was also the end of the working day for me :) I'm off home tomorrow to see my family and I cant wait. Although im a bit annoyed, when I was packing today I couldn't find my cameras memory cards, I've searched the house top to bottom but can't find them, and just as I need them!!!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
The abbey is nice in BW in any case...Mondays shouldn't depress but they seem to be more blue than the rest...the carriage is great - so close.
Jissy 11 years ago
oh love the close-up of the carriage- I remember last year I had a meeting in the area on the same day and time as the procession- i have to admit i was excited at the photo opp and not at all pertubed by the fact I was running late for a meeting ;-)
sunshinecity 11 years ago
wow, you sure got close there Simon!
Simon-K Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Simon-K (member) 11 years ago
Cheers CG!

Cheers Jissy - I know what you mean about the traffic, they send us a long list of roads that are closed!!! And even if your on foot its easier to get into work much earlier

Yeah I did. I had to apply for tickets but even still I think I we were lucky to get as close as we did!
Dragonhide 11 years ago
wow colorful and a nice glimpse!
Simon-K 11 years ago
7th November

Home to Yorkshire

So im back home, up North in Yorkshire :) Left London mid morning and had a long (ish) train journey. The main reason for visiting was to see my Mum who is due to go into hospital this weekend. But while travelling up my brother called me to say that the operation has been cancelled! Its sort of good news as it means I'll get to spend more time with my mum but its bad news really as my mum needs the operation. But cross fingers it should be next week now.
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Speedy recovery to your Mom- when it happens next week!!
Simon-K 11 years ago
Cheers Jallen - she should be in and out in one day assuming everything goes ok
Simon-K 11 years ago
8th November

Corn Exchange

Had a very relaxing day today. I had my first decent lie in for months. The bed at my house in London is nothing compared to the bed in my old room at home. I had the best nights sleep Ive had in ages and didn't get up until 10.30 :) Then I went into Leeds to have lunch with a Uni friend I haven't seen in a few months and it was really good to catch up. Then I started doing a bit of Christmas shopping. In the end I didn't buy any presents I just ended up buying for myself :)Then after that I met up with some more friends and we went out for a few drinks. It was just a nice relaxed day, made me forget all the stress from work over the last few weeks
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Back to an earlier discussion about Guy Fawkes celebrations - my girls went to Battersea Park, where they had fireworks and a really big bonfire.

My heart sinks to see Christmas being celebrated already. Can't they wait until after Thanksgiving at least? (Or the Beaujolais Nouveau, to choose a European example).

Nice B&W of the Abbey, and a nice colour shot of the Royal Carriage. I once took some brilliant shots of Westminster Abbey with a brand-new camera, and then lost it at Heathrow Airport the same evening. I lost some beautiful pictures of my daughters also.

From my South African/Greek perspective of objectivity, and without wanting to hurt any feelings, can I say that this is such a typically English response to a typically American piece of exuberant hyperbole. It had me laughing. John Cleese could not have done it better.
Simon-K 11 years ago
I went to the Battersea display last year - its always a very popular event. I know what you mean about Christmas, it seems to have started a bit later than usual (although still too early), I normally start to get into all the Christmas stuff in December

No hurt feelings here, I think its quite funny, and to be honest you're probably right!
Simon-K 11 years ago
9th November

Suprise View

One of the things I miss about not living in Yorkshire anymore is that I don't have beautiful countryside on my doorstep. So with my brother today I headed out to a place called Otley and spent most of the day walking and taking photos. It was a really nice day and I got some great shots from the Chevin.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
8 NOV - Now you're talking...very nice roofline...I like !

CollardGreens: Oops!
sunshinecity 11 years ago
what a beautful sight!
I never did get to see much of the UK, though I lived there for over 9 yrs!!!

I know what it'slike to go back home... a wonderful feeling isn't it?
Funny thing is, as much as I loved it, I was always glad to go back to my independance though LOL
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
Now that is different to your usual urban shots, Simon. Beautiful countryside. And a panorama, I note.

And btw, such an impressive roof on that Corn Exchange building.
Simon-K 11 years ago
They've just re-done the roof so it looks even better than usual

Thats a shame, there's so much beautiful countryside to see. I know what you mean about the independence thing, i'm loving being at home at the moment, but there's no way I could come back to live!

Yeah it is a bit of a change of scenery, and its so nice to be out of the city for a few days.
Simon-K 11 years ago
10th November

Mum

Today with my parents and my brother I headed over to Lancashire to visit my Sister and her family. Its been almost 5 months since I've seen them and I've really missed them. So I had a really nice time with them. Apparently my niece (who's 5) was looking forward to seeing me as well because she woke up at 6.15 and wouldn't go back to bed :)

My niece has taken up horse riding so we all went along to watch her lesson. I was really suprised when we got there because I was expecting her to be riding a small pony or something but she was on this massive horse. But despite being 5 she's fearless and loved it!
Jissy 11 years ago
I havent been to York but these pics are making me want to even more! Enjoy your relaxing weekend with your fam!
Simon-K 11 years ago
You should visit Yorkshire - theres so much to see.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
aww what a great portrait! such a natural smile!
CollardGreens PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by CollardGreens (member) 11 years ago
Look out Simon...chances are she wants to give you noogies !
ItinerArts 11 years ago
What can I see in Yorkshire-- puddings and terriers?

Seriously, I'm curious. I may visit England sometime in the near future; British Air now has relatively cheap flights between London and Tirana. (I haven't been to London since 1992.)

www.flickr.com/groups/2007/discuss/72157594528937014/7215...
Simon-K 11 years ago
She'd be vey happy to hear that, she doesn't really like the photo, but then my mum is very picky about photos of hersefl!

Hahaha!!!

Well it depends what you're after - for scenery you can't beat the Yorkshire dales, very similiar to Otley but in many cases even better, then you've got cities like Leeds and York. Leeds is probably the most modern city in the county and has the best shopping - lots of posh designer type places including Harvey Nichols. York is a great historical city with a castle, a great church (the Minster) and tonnes of stuff related to its Viking history. You've also got the Yorkshire coast which can be very beautiful ranging from Whitby to Bridlington and Spurn Head. And of course you've got lots of puddings and terriers :)
Simon-K 11 years ago
11th November

In Flanders fields the poppies blow, between the crosses row on row

This picture wasn't actually taken today but it does represent today pretty well. Today is Rememberance Day in the UK (and I imadine in many other countries), this picture was taken at the Field of Rememberance where 1,000s of these crosses are laid in front of Westminster Abbey.

Today was actually spent with my grandparents. Like my sister and her family I haven't seen my grandparents in almost 5 months so it was really nice to see them and catch up. You can a few pictures I took here. It was also an opportunity to try out my brothers new wide angle lens. I am so jealous!! So as well as saving for a new MacBook i'm now saving for a wide angle lens!
sunshinecity 11 years ago
great shot, Si!
Simon-K 11 years ago
12th November

Grandma and Grandpa

Today's picture is not strictly from today, but I didn't get chance to take another picture and it does sort of represent my day. I spent the last few hours of my visit at home with my family - this will probably be the last time I see them before Christmas. Then I had a very busy afternoon - I got the train back down to London and had to rush straight to the University to print off an essay and then I had to run to the Politics Department Office just before it was closed to hand in the essay. I only just made it in time! Then it was back home to collapse on the sofa :)
sunshinecity 11 years ago
funny angle for people, that lense... your grandad looks sort of 2D, almsot paper thin... not sure that makes sense lol
Simon-K 11 years ago
I know exactly what you mean, and also if you look at my grandma's fingers they look really long!!!
Simon-K 11 years ago
13th November

Westminster Cathedral

Back to work today - harder than I thought it would be. BUt my trip home really helped me relax and I wasn't quite prepared to get all stressed again with work. But off to work I went. Wasn't too bad, but my boss did annoy me a bit, its hard to keep working so hard if you don't feel the work is always completely appreciated - do you know what I mean?

Anyway after work it was back to Uni for wht turned out to be a great class- perhaps the most interesting so far.
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Fell behind... catching up

*laughing* at Rob's observation of the American-English exchange... Yes, indeed. :)

It's all good.

Don't let your Mum tell you otherwise, but that is a great picture. :)

Good posts here!
sunshinecity 11 years ago
hey what a beautiful frame you used there... I think I asked before, not sure if perhaps I missed your reply... how do you go about framing your photos... I especially love this one... looks great against the B&W cathedral, lovely perspective too!

LMAO, I just notied those really long finger lol.... freeaky! Haahha
Simon-K 11 years ago
@ Jallen - Cheers, its growing on her!

@Sunshinecity - the frames are pretty simple to do, but you do need photoshop!. For the simple black frame all you need to do is once you've finished editing the picture just go to canvas size and increase the height and width by the size you want the border (I use 50 pixels) and make sure canvas colour is selected to black and there you go! This border you can't create, I got them on a CD with a photography magazine - you can download some similar ones I think from www.photographymags.co.uk/nav?page=photography.contentspa...
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Great shot on Nov 11, Simon, so appropriate to the day, and perfectly executed. You Abbey shot too, wonderful contrast and tone. You portrait of your mother and grandparents, nicely done.

Relieved I didn't upset you Tim.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
yeah i figured you'd used photoshop, no worries, I have it. Just wasn't sure how you did it...
Thanks.. I'll have to give it a try!
Simon-K 11 years ago
@Rob - Cheers Rob, I took tonnes of pictures in the field of rememberance, its just lends itself to being photographed

@sunshine - cool, I look forward to seeing the results
Simon-K 11 years ago
14th November

Cenotaph

I seem to be going through a black and white phase at the moment!! I woke up this morning feeling absolutely awful - I don't think I slept particularly well and I had an awful cold and just felt completely under the weather. When I started moaning to my housemate she diagnosed me with a case of Man-Flu!!! I was so tempted to take a sick day but knew I had to go to work so ended up feeling iffy all day.

So not feeling particuarly well I didn't want to work too hard for todays photo so I just stepped outside my office and took a photo of the first thing I found - the Cenotaph on Whitehall
Simon-K 11 years ago
15th November

Canary Wharf Reflected

Still feeling pretty awful today!! I managed to drag myself into work but continued to feel rubbish so at lunch went home sick. But getting home was a bit of a nightmare. I realised half way through my journey I didn't have my house keys - i'd locked myself out! I tried to call my housemate but she's not allowed to use her phone at work. So my only other option was to go to the estate agents and hope they had a spare key, luckily they did and they were even nice enough to drive me from their office to the house. After that I just went upstairs to bed and tried to sleep for a few hours.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
awww yuk... sorry to hear you're feeling icky!

I like this reflection though...
You stay warm and try and get some rest... I'm sure Tim will be over soon to bring you some chicken soup! Heheh
Simon-K 11 years ago
@Sunshinecity - thanks, Chicken soup would be much appreciated at the moment!! I've got all the heaters in the house on and I'm wrapped up in a blanket, so hopefully will start to feel better.
sunshinecity 11 years ago
awww
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