November 01, 2007

A new old sock

Busy day, into work first thing then off to Stoke-on-Trent. I checked the traffic report before leaving but still ran into the queue from a traffic accident at Spaghetti Junction. I did what I hate: drove up the outside lane when most other people had already merged across but I was late and I needed to have my meeting.

I met with Rob at Stafford services for a quick catch-up on the main issues then on to Stoke. Meeting a success -although I have committed to some modelling that will be a challenge. I’ll need to buy some special software but the project budget can take it.

Straight back to Warwick afterwards and yet again a hold up on the M6 due to an accident. Can’t people keep their bloody vehicles out of the back of each other!!!

Did a couple of lectures and by 6 I was ready to head back home. Opened a bottle of Rose – very nice – strawberries.

Sock of the Day? Found at the back of my sock drawer this morning – A new old sock.
Sock7


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  1. Jay Bal

    I think we should have the sock photo with a copy of that days news paper. How do we know that it IS sock of THE DAY, not another day! Why would we accept November 1st’s sock on november the second? I believe “Sock of the Day” has been influenced (badly!) like the BBC and ITV. I know Neil watches Blue Peter, and Ant and Dec…....beware of competitions and premium rates numbers associated with “Sock of the Day”

    02 Nov 2007, 20:17


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