I’m drowning in work. Is

I’m drowning in work. Is life under The Project always going to be like this? At least it is quite enjoyable. The problem is that I’m holding down The Project and the nursery as well at the moment.
Could really use a holiday. Or a massage. Or someone to come round and do my laundry and cook me a lovely dinner. Or all of those things. Anyone?

This morning’s challenge is to

This morning’s challenge is to alter the nursery’s "Calling Circle" (the business equivalent of Friends and Family) using BT’s website, as advertised on the bill we’ve just received. However, the website helpfully suggests that I dial 152 and get an operator to do it. Grrrr.

IDS should cut out the

IDS should cut out the hyena impressions and generally do nothing if he wants to keep the leadership, according to Nick Assinder of the BBC. I’m also interested that the Chief Whip, David Maclean, has intervened to support IDS in an article in today’s Telegraph, and not the leopard-skin-booted Theresa May. Hmmm.
In a rare moment of lucidity, the Chingford Skinhead himself, Lord Tebbit, stated in a BBC News interview that the problem with opposition leaders is that they are always on trial until they win the election. That is true, but the volume and consistency of the criticisms of IDS must lead him to question whether he has the true support of anyone outside his cabinet (or even all of those within it). And, as is currently being shown by the PM, without that united support, you can seem weak, even if you are strong in your own convictions.

I was supposed to have

I was supposed to have a date last night, but it was cancelled due to illness. Allegedly. Who can tell?
So, feeling a little miffed and disappointed, I went to bed at the ludicrously early hour of 9.45pm, slept like a log, but still felt utterly exhausted when I woke up at 7.58am, having slept through 58 minutes of Sara Cox as well as the sound of the dustmen, who always park their lorry right outside my bedroom window.