|Been dreaming about Archery all week because I've started a beginners course.|
This week has been a tad chaotic, having flown by so quick I wonder what happened during the time I was awake.
Monday and Tuesday were fine, as in I was finishing off the out loud read through of Bad Dog and applying salve in the form of missing particles (a, an, of etc.) and the occasional additional comma or deletion depending on how the words sounded prior to sending it off. Then, my partner had some sad news to deal with. Her half-sister emailed her that their father had died after a heart attack. So that was a bit of a downer.
Next I had to deal with the NHS. Not as a patient this time but as a potential employee enrolled for bank work – the NHS equivalent of a zero hour contract.
So a lot of my time this week was spent filling in forms, online questionnaires, getting references, background checks, and occupation health clearance too. This also involved me having to travel across London on Wednesday to visit the Trusts HR department where I had to fill in more forms, because the electronic copy I sent them had to be be printed out by me (don't ask me why they couldn't have printed it out, I'm sure there's a reasonable answer somewhere but not one that I'm privy too).
Of course this doesn't mean I've started work or anything, only that I might work at some future time as yet unspecified. Not something I imagined I would be doing, but working one or two days a week would get me out the flat, and be good for me.
Anyway, we'd finished watching Agents of SHIELD season two which we both really enjoyed and need something else to watch that wasn't too hard and would be a distraction from the bad news. Susan had bought Outlander by Diana Gabaldon and we sat down and, much to my surprise, we were sucked in. So we've been mainlining the first season and hear that there's a second in the making.
Anyway by Friday I was shattered and didn't get anything done and I'm writing this blog entry late. Still, I did restart work on Ghost Dog, but only managed to read through and revise 15,895 words, after having to go back and start from the beginning again because I'd lost track of the story.
Finished the week by having a quiet weekend by ourselves.