got up and went to work. I read The Magician’s Nephew on the train. When I got to work, I made my porridge and ate it. In the morning I didn’t really get very much done. I sorted out a couple of problem books – one had the wrong classmark and one didn’t have a barcode, or something like that, and catalogued a DVD of Lagaan (which was nominated for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2002). The remainder of my morning was spent on the library point or minding the theology library and getting to the theology library. It was a bit frustrating.
At lunch time, I bought a new bag. It’s purple. I must stop buying unnecessary things.
After lunch, I opened the periodicals, checked them in and shelved them, then made some stickers for periodicals boxes in need of stickers and stuck said stickers on said boxes. I went on the library point again, then I went home.
We had pork rice for tea. After tea, I wrote a blog post, then watched Wonders of the Universe. It was most excellent. Beautifully filmed and absolutely fascinating. I wish I could remember more of it, but I tended to get carried away looking at the amazing beauty of space or of our own planet, and not really listening properly to what Professor Cox was saying. I might watch that episode again before I move on to the next one. The wonders of the iPlayer.
Hmm. Writing about what I did yesterday seemed like a good idea at the time, but it has actually turned out to be much more boring than I expected.