For the past 3 days I’ve been working from home, which has been lovely after all the travelling I’ve been doing recently – even if the weather’s hardly been a vintage summer. Even so, I’m wondering where the time seems to go as my ‘to do’ list never seems to shrink much. I’ve edited pictures, written blogs and articles, supplied pictures to clients but still seem to have only scratched the surface of things. Can someone please invent a 30 hour day?
Tomorrow I’m on the rails again as I’m off to Doncaster to take part in a Rail Safety week event. I’ll be meeting up with some old friends including Tracey Barber, Lucy Prior and Richard Clinnick, who’ll be speaking, so watch out for a rolling blog throughout the day. In the evening I’ll be back in Sowerby Bridge as Dawn and I are out with friends, munching Thai tapas (no, really!). Next week is shaping up into a busy one as I’ll be flitting between London, Manchester and points in between for a client before starting judging the 2019 ACoRP awards. A quiet time it ain’t! In between all this I’ve still got a few historical blogs in the pipeline, and also an analysis of a rather curious House of Commons research paper on Hs2.