Having completed the undercoating before we went on holiday, I returned with the task of glossing. So it was that on Friday afternoon and early evening, I started the glossing, and completed 4 doors, the loft hatch and all joining architrave and skirting. This all went well, though in the cold light of day, I have made a couple of little mistakes. I missed a whole section of the door lining in to our bedroom (a fifteen centimetre wide piece), which will necessitate me rubbing down the whole section to re-gloss. I also missed a tiny bit on our bedroom door, bottom left panel, which I think I can just about touch up without issue.
I am now back at my work desk, catching up on my over-flowing Inbox, and dealing with the immediately urgent stuff. What is nice is that an email on Monday, raising a nasty issue, is often resolved by the end of the week, so I have learnt to read from oldest to newest, and don't do anything with any seemingly urgent stuff until you have reached the top of the list, lest you find the problem has resolved itself.
Speaking of holidays, we had a fantastic five days in Oxford. We had a lovely static, or flat really, fitted out nicely and with a hot-tub on the decking. We did the bus tour of Oxford, visited Christ's college, and a couple of pretty Cotswold villages, and overall relaxed greatly, saw much, ate all that we wanted and even drank a little.
We also went to a party for one of my college buddy's birthday on Saturday. J was fifty, the old bugger, and we went up his house in what are probably the Northern Home Counties. It was fantastic to see J, and also M and P, aka the Taffies, the other two that make up, with me and J, the "college four". We had a great time and are likely to meet up again in January for P's birthday.