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A Pocket Full Of Electronic Books

On the train, flying north. A pocket full of electronic books, a window full of misty countryside. The window wins.

Weeknote 11th February 2024

A short weeknote this week as I had an injection into my wrist on Thursday and I’m still resting it. I was in Bristol on Monday and Tuesday which coincided with the Bristol Light Festival. On Monday evening we went to the Left Handed Giant brewpub which was being used as a huge ‘screen’ uponContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 4th February 2024

It’s odd writing this in Bristol describing last Monday, which also found me in this lovely city. On Monday I worked from the agency offices, sadly our plans for the day were derailed due to sickness so I ended up spending the day in a large meeting room all on my own. The evening, however,Continue Reading ›

Weeknote 28th January 2024

I’m back in Bristol for a couple of days this week and next working with our agency team. It’s funny, I’ve been here dozens of times now on my own and just twice with my wife, but it feels more like one of our places than a solo destination. Which I rather like. It’s been a fairlyContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 21st January 2024

I’m sitting here listening to Storm Isha battering our battened hatches, and remembering Storm Eunice. I was ‘trapped’ in London for an extra day but managed to find shelter from the storm in Hawksmoor Borough. Desperate times and all that… As a fountain pen user, I have a Sunday ritual of cleaning and filling myContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 7th January 2024

Happy New Year! I began the week and year as I hope to go on with a trip to the coast and a photo ramble. My son’s Christmas present from us was a contribution towards buying a ‘proper’ camera, and it’s turning out to be a bit of present for me as well as it’sContinue Reading ›