A slightly different post today. History Matters are collecting peoples’ experiences on October 17 as a historical account. Go ahead and post your experiences about your day.
Woke to Radio 4, showered and drove twenty miles to work. Ate Shreddies and raisins for breakfast. Did some work on projects for a European car manufacturer and an American book publisher. Had roasted vegetables and feta cheese for lunch, which I’d cooked yesterday. Made some phone calls and dealt with my emails. Drove to the hospital, parking was a nightmare, slightly ahead of schedule so stopped into the café for pasta and to read a little of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer. Visited a patient on the cardiac ward, medications don’t seem to be helping, an operation isn’t an option and the doctors don’t seem to agree on anything, which is frustrating. Drove home, made some calls, emailed some friends, had a glass of Syrah (good for my heart) and blogged, listening to Coventry City on internet radio whilst watching Manchester United in Europe on TV.