Today I lost my temper on the road again and put myself (on my bicycle) and other people (in cars) in danger. I should have POOR IMPULSE CONTROL tattooed on my forehead.
Today I went to Oxford Go Club with Pavel despite impending rain. I'm becoming more weatherproof these days.
Today I felt bad going to Oxford Go Club without Peter. Then I forgot that I would be cycling home alone and went the spooky way, scaring myself with thoughts of ghosts.
Today I got carried away with online shopping and forgot to eat dinner, and even forgot to call Peter!
Today I met up with friends for brunch, and then went shopping, played guitar, played ukulele, played Go, napped and watched BBC Proms on iPlayer. It was a long day without Peter.
Today Peter left Oxford for Plymouth. I felt more sad than I'd expected.
Today we had Ash and Monika over for a sushi dinner party.
Today I went to the Oxford Go club again. I like everyone there and hope to become a regular.
Today I stayed in and watched TED videos with Peter, it was our last quiet evening in before he leaves for Plymouth on Saturday.
Today I brought Pavel to the Oxford Go club meeting, but it was cancelled due to TED Late Nights using the same venue. Would've loved to gate crash.
Today I had a panic clean-up of my flat after discovering some 50 maggots under the sofa.
Today I bought a cheap £25 bike so I won't have to carry my brompton up and down the stairs whenever I go out.
Today we planted our pet pepper plant at the allotment.
Today Peter caught a cold from me.
Today Peter treated me to a fabulous gourmet dinner at The Fishes to celebrate his new job and my upcoming birthday.
Today I had been thinking about my past again. I do that whenever I make new friends, as if I want them to feel sorry for me and give me a pat on my back for having turned out fine. Is this what they call self pity?
Today I ate biscuit, cake and fruit for breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner.
Today I sat on the toilet at 6:30am and had a zen moment. The birds were wonderful. Perhaps I should do this more often.