I doubt you really care about the title, but nevertheless, I wanted to draw your attention to the fact that I have been experimenting a bit with different Friday titles. It was worth a try, but I have decided to return to the original classic title, as demonstrated above.
So, "how was your week?", I hear you ask.
Played tennis on Wednesday, which was nice.
Work is, as I said at the start, busy. I think my contribution is adding a little something to the overall net worth on Starfleet, but sometimes, being a wheel within a wheel within a wheel, it can be hard to tell.
Needless to say, we have an exciting weekend coming up. I plan to replace the aerial cable to the back TV, which I accidentally cut through during my render crack grinding* work. I did subsequently repair it with a cable-joining block thingy, but it was not great; the TV received the main channels OK, but was somewhat patchy on some of the lesser (and I can only assume weaker-signalled) channels.
I also plan to give a second coat of exterior paint to the worst leaking wall, the hall, stairs and landing exterior wall, just so that I have made it as waterproof as it is going to get. This will then complete all the exterior painting. I just need to finish glossing the gate, get it back in its rightful, and then the exterior - until we can afford to do the drive and side path, hopefully next year - is done.
LO wants to, apparently, install some kind of ball on a stem sort of architectural plant type thing by the doorway, and also wants to leave what was the small garden strip bare for now, to maybe receive some other architectural plant type thingies next Spring, if we fancy it.
The we are going over to David and Samantha's for an afternoon and evening of drinking, eating and talking, which will be nice.
Finally, on pain of death from LO, we are going in to the country on Sunday afternoon, for fresh air, exercise, and some free entertainment.
This weekend is Goodwood Revival, a wonderful day for those attending, a right royal pain in the ass for those trying to navigate round the local environs.
Anyhow, have a great weekend, speak next week.
* which probably should be a musical sub-genre, but isn't