August 22nd, 2005

MH - kiss - K/Y

Yeah, but no, but yeah, but no, but yeah, but see what happened was...


As much as the weekend was very uneventful, have an update anyway.

After my mood-swing-y entry on Saturday I sat and watched the final two episodes of Jonathan Creek, and decided, once again, that I wanted to re-write the series with Maddy instead of Carla, as all of the Compromising Situations only served to annoy me because it's the wrong pairing, dammit!  So, perhaps an ongoing task, but it'll satisfy my J/M craving.

Damn, I really need to upgrade this computer so I can use my new monitor and have a functional scanner again.  This is really bloody annoying.  Luckily, I'm in credit (£54.08, apparently) for the first time in about 3 years, so assuming I don't spend any more money, I should have some money for Derby.  Then I can save up again and upgrade the computer, and then I'll save again for London in October, and then will be able to pay my mother £300 of the £600 I owe her.  Hm, this is a good thing.

Then there's just that pesky student loan to worry about...

Anyway, where was I?  Oh, yes.  Midway through the final episode, Paul rang me and explained his horrible Friday - can't expand on that - and we negotiated new plans.  So instead of going into Brum to buy him a hat, we had a quiet night in instead.  Wherein we watched - as you may have guessed - the first series of Little Britain.

On Sunday, we managed to get up before noon, which is an achievement in itself.  Watched the last remaining episode of Little Britain and some of the extras on the DVDs, plus Pirates of the Caribbean (yaypirates!) and very little else.  Went into town to play some pool in the Flapper (the table, quite randomly, now hates me) and back to his.

This month has been quite horrendous, all told, for everyone.  The sooner it ends, the better.  I am personally looking forward to my time off (even though a couple of days of that will be taken up with the horrible task of agency-visiting...) and the chance to catch up on sleep and sanity, as well as the three days I'll be spending in Derby with Paul.  This (four day!) weekend should be nice and relaxing, too, and I think we all need it.

I have last week's Most Haunted to watch...

So, with that, I shall sign off.