In my field of work it’s inevitable that one day, the early shift will come knocking. I’m currently starting work at 7am, waking up at 5(ish – very ish). Now that may not sound that early (I hear mothers tutting…), but note the following:
- – My morning commute is something to weep silently about in a rather joyful manner.
- – I can strut down the street when listening to Beyoncé and no one will see me because they are ASLEEP.
- – As everyone is asleep, there’s not much work to do until 9.
So because there’s not that much work to do until 9, I do what I need to do whilst listening to my New Years Eve 90’s Party playlist.
This is dangerous. Why? Dear reader, as you’ve dared to ask I shall indulge. This morning whilst happily tapping away at my keyboard writing a lovely response to a client, the Grease Megamix started pumping into my adrenal glands. (Not literally, my earphones won’t stretch that far). Anyway, the chills multiplied and I pretty much started up a routine from a long past school disco whilst sitting on my wheel-y desk chair. It was a sight to be seen – but that’s the best part, no one could see as it was 7am.
Actually no, the best part was in place of a hairbrush (as a microphone), I instead chose a new years resolution lunch menu item. The humble carrot.
Talking of healthy lunches – How inconsiderate of Cadbury’s to change the recipe of the ostentatious Creme Egg just after I pledged to my waistline never to eat food I like ever again. Now OF COURSE I need to carry out a taste test to ensure that yes, the recipe has changed and whether it’s to my taste. As an ex-scientist, to carry out a proper trial I need at least 3 months of ongoing testing to gather enough raw data for further analysis.
Or I could ignore it all and remember they don’t pay enough tax.
On a lighter note, tomorrow I shall share with you my 90’s song of the week + bus strike ramblings. I spend a great deal of time in deciding which will be next to share to my Facebook friends (I’m sure I’ve been unfollowed by most), so I hope you will enjoy. I don’t however spend a great deal of time on a bus, striking, or taking part in a bus strike, but I still have something to say and I guess you should enjoy that too.
Peace out xoxo