Friday… Mending Road (with apologies to Robert Frost)

Repairs 1It has been a few days since I updated this – perhaps the most notable occurrence was waking up one morning to find this outside the house! The road was in need of some major repair work, various roadworks and the effects of last winter’s cold weather had taken its toll, and I was pleased to see that rather than just spray and chip, the road surface was taken off and a new surface laid. It has certainly made it a lot smoother!Repairs 2I just hope it will be a long time before the road has to be dug u0p again!
No sign of another major contract yet, but I have been quite busy with things around the house and a couple of little projects. On thhe home computing front, both the web server and my own computer have been upgraded to Fedora Core 13 and the various applications also updated to include the latest security patches. I have also spent some time tidying up the gallery, tidying it up a little. I have removed some of the older photos and added a few more.

On the health front, I had my ultrasound scan this week. The radiographer said that she couldn’t see anything obvious, so I will have to wait for the doctor’s report to see what that says. If there is nothing obvious and the enzyme levels are still high, I may have to have a CT scan. There wasn’t any blood taken on this visit – the next lot will be when I have the next ECP session in three weeks time.

But before that, I have another trip to France with Mark to his house. I did make a little mix up with the dates 🙁 as I thought I was going today, but it is Monday – and having looked at the weather, I’m quite glad that we aren’t doing a channel crossing today – really wet and miserable – unlike the weather at our destination which is reported to be sunny. Not sure if it will be swimming pool weather though!

Will be on line while I am out there, so

Onwards and Upwards!

3 Responses to “Friday… Mending Road (with apologies to Robert Frost)”

  1. Richard on 02 Oct 2010 at 3:11 pm #

    Have a great time, just a little surprised that you don’t like rough seas


  2. Peter on 02 Oct 2010 at 3:39 pm #

    Six hours isn’t really long enough to get to enjoy it!

  3. Richard on 03 Oct 2010 at 11:28 pm #

    You sound like Nelson he took a long time to find his sea legs, watch out for French marksmen in the rigging 🙂

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