Ok so I switched on, chose the documents I needed to get to work and had about 10 minutes wasted because dumb ass here set passwords (why oh why) on things. No one would ever crack my amazing codes seeings as I couldn’t for the life of me remember what they were. That just goes to show how long it’s been since I dusted off my novel files. Luckily I only set passwords on the notes folders and not the actual novel. Anyways after a 10 minute frantic attempt at trying to remember the passwords not to mention the lecture I gave myself I decided to delete the files. Fresh start and no more time wasted. I don’t know what amazing notes I have just waved off to my recycle bin but I’ve gone through a long list of possible passwords and I can’t think what else it could be. Anyways, I might not get much writing done just yet as it still needs organising (please see previous posts on what a mess I have made of my work). As soon as I’m done with that I’ll be posting comments back on 100 words a day and finishing it in no time.
In other none writing related news since my last post I went to see Blueman Group on Sunday night. My dad took some pics so I’ll post them soon. Unfortunately I was in a crappy mood when me and boyf met my mum, dad and sis. It took us TWO hours to get to the O2. That is longer than it should and longer than the actual performance. Good thing it just about managed to be worth it. It was funny, not pee my pants funny but funny. They were very talented. One of them created an amazing spinning painting with his mouth, the other crammed about 20 Marshmallows (that could be an exaggeration there – but it was a lot) into his mouth. They were caught in his mouth as well, he wasn’t just stuffing his face. Their timings were impeccable and they involved the audience in their act. They rummaged in handbags, mouths and even ran out to the people in the cheap seats. They sound a bit like hoodlums yes, especially as it cost £40 to see all this but it was a great night out even if it did cause me a minor break down on the oh so lame public transport system we pay so well to keep going (or stay still – it's entirely your call). Would I pay £40 again? It depends on the venue. I would have preferred a much smaller, warmer, more intimate venue. I could have done without the male and female singers – still it gave quite a few people time for toilet breaks as there was no interval. I recommend seeing this at least once but avoid the nightmare venues and if you're in the front row don't have anything embarrasing in your handbag!