Exams are over, broadband is connected and life is remarkably different.
Well, what's really new?
New iPod came: had an iPod Mini first. The idea had been to keep all the CDs on the iBook, and move the ones I wanted to listen to to the Mini, but the iBook got full much more quickly than I'd expected, so I got a "full" iPod.
So. So far the time I've had available has been pretty golden: I've read 2 books, started a play by Aristophanes and read a sermon by Spurgeon. Have spent most of a day on the phone to my internet provider, Bulldog, to see why it's taken since early March until now to connect to their broadband. The connection is pretty good: the 5 yr old heir has enjoyed using it greatly too which has been fun.
OK. Friend comes to stay tmow. We will take children into London, hopefully go to National Theatre in the evenings too: Michael Gambon in Henry IV pts 1 and 2.