September 3rd, 2007


Brainfuzz should be a recognised syndrome!

It never fails to amaze me how one week away from work can so thoroughly expunge everything work-related from my mind. I am sitting here at my desk, documents open in front of me, with absolutely no idea what I'm looking at or how to deal with it.

Can someone please explain to me what transition means again?

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In other news, the work/hospital/everything else merry-go-round continues. It spins, I jump on and off seemingly randomly, and collapse into bed each night and go straight to sleep. I'm not waking up ridiculously early - this is a good sign, since waking up early is my first indicator that things are getting on top of me.

Tyres are expensive! At least they are when you have to buy them two at a time, and have wheel alignments and such. I think I'll have to buy a new shearing plant, just so I can shear this season and make some pocket money. I want a nice quiet electric one. Tired of the noisy smelly petrol motor making me go deaf. If I do get a new plant, I'm sure I can find a new use for a thing that spins at 3200rpm - any suggestions?

PS Welcome home xhile!