In 2019 I made an effort to read more books. Here are the 20 that I enjoyed the most.
Was Santa good to you this year? Here's what was waiting for me on Sunday morning: Colin Prior calendar 2005The Cardigans - Super Extra GravityiPod car chargerGriffin iTripTrivial Pursuit - DVD edition (shared present with Jocelyn)John Peel - Margrave
A major project on which I've been working for the last ten months has just gone live, so I've had some time recently to take stock of things, do a bit of R&D, and catch up on some reading.
I decided to try viewing my journal from a PC at work. Not out of narcissism, you understand, I merely wanted to check that it was working OK. I only ever see it from my home PC, and I was
"You must enter a valid five-digit ZIP code to register with this website." Uh, even if I don't live in the US? Yep, apparently so. Hmm, a use at last for that Aaron Spelling show. I do wish
Melanie has just phoned me, a couple of hours after getting back from six weeks in southern Africa. It sounds like she's had a great time - bungee jumping, sky diving, white-water rafting... Mel has been a close, sweet friend
I wandered into a room where some friends were watching MTV. The tune playing was fairly pleasant. "This is OK. Who is it?" "It's Texas." "Oh." "You detest Texas, don't you?" "
"Down the aisles along the titles where you run your eyes, read a few lines" --- Broadcast, The Booklovers (1996) Isn't it funny how you never appreciate things while you have them? This evening I was watching a movie -