Posts Tagged: Weeknote

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 31st December 2023

New Years Eve 2023 – I must resist the urge to write a yearnote, but if I’m honest I’ll be glad to see the back of 2023 as, with the exception of a few highlights, it’s been a distinctly underwhelming year. Back to the weeknote – this week has been a traditional Christmas with family, foodContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 24th December 2023

Christmas Eve in what has been a oddly quiet December. No Christmas Do with my employer or my suppliers boooo! No family trip to Bruges due to my wife’s school term not finishing until the 22nd. And through poor planning my Christmas catch ups with my friends all ended up in this week, well apartContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 17th December 2023

A short weeknote for a relatively short week as I was ill for a few days. My iMac finally sold and was collected by the new owner, it seems to be going to a good home. The longevity of Apple hardware is unique in the world of technology I feel, I do sometimes wonder whyContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 10th December 2023

I was in London for a Christmas event with a supplier on Tuesday evening. The event took place at a rooftop bar deep in the City of London – a venue I imagine would be fabulous in the summer months. As I made my way there in a cab I noticed the names and officesContinue Reading ›

Weeknote 3rd December 2023

Rubber Soul I’ve been listening to Rubber Soul by The Beatles this week. I normally listen to later Beatles – Revolver onwards – but thought I’d listen backwards through their catalogue. I found Rubber Soul interesting as it feels like a transitional album, a stepping stone between the earlier I Wanna Hold Your Hand popContinue Reading ›