Another bridge?

Another bridge - Ribblehead Viaduct (Picture: Diane Parkin)
Another bridge – Ribblehead Viaduct (Picture: Diane Parkin)

I had a lovely weekend.

Once again I knocked off for the week fairly early and spent Friday evening watching someone else’s telly.

On Saturday I made it to my first Leeds write-in in a while, and while I didn’t get a great deal of writing done, I did manage to sort everything out, organise my workload and come up with some more topical story or article ideas for the coming months.

Saturday evening was spent watching my favourite band.

Sunday was a proper doss day. I decided not to take my germs to Birmingham, but to save them for this coming Thursday when Mom and Dad would like me to accompany them somewhere. Instead I was treated to Sunday dinner out once we’d done the shopping, and then we just chilled on the settee in front of the telly. We’re both still a bit rough and didn’t fancy anything strenuous – like a massive dog walk or anything.

Because of germs and still feeling slightly under the weather, plus a bit of a restless night, I’ve lost most of today catching up on sleep. But when I reached my desk I did quite a lot of online stuff, so that I can sit downstairs, in the warm, and concentrate on some editing I want to shift.

I also have some tiny tweaks to do to a book I edited last week, I’m awaiting the go ahead to do some other author revisions and check layout, and then it’s on to normal work for this week – the walks report, the gig list, surfing the job boards, writing.

Today’s picture is another from our holiday in Dentdale, a famous image on the Settle to Carlisle railway, but one of mine this time. Enjoy.

2 thoughts on “Another bridge?

  1. carolwarham 16 September 2013 / 5:21 pm

    I bet Rufus quite likes to think of himself as a massive dog! Glad you had such a good weekend and hope you’re feeling tons better now.

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    • Diane 18 September 2013 / 11:56 am

      We are, thanks. And yes, of course his lordship is massive!

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