Not sheepish, but individ-ewe-al (livredor) wrote,
Not sheepish, but individ-ewe-al
livredor

Goin home

I'm about to leave to head back to Cambridge for a few days. I plan to see my parents late tonight if they're still up, or tomorrow morning. And hatam_soferet tomorrow, pseudomonas on Friday, doseybat on Saturday and lethargic_man on Sunday, and it's all going to end up like one of those silly children's games or simple folk dances which create a long snake of people that can barely move round the room. Yay.

The other thing I'm planning to do at home is to cause my bookies to be sent to me; the estimated delivery date is 12 July. So soon my flat will feel like home (notice that the word home refers to where my library is!)

In further encouraging news, I got an email alert today saying that my broadband had been connected! And I have received a parcel containing a wireless router, various cables, an installation CD and some instructions. My new shiny computer is waiting for me chez parents, so if nothing goes wrong I should come back on Monday evening and get straight online. And then fluffymark is coming to visit.

Will probably be somewhat contactable over the next few days but I'm planning to be fairly busy. Try email, try my parents' phone number if you know it, try my (old, UK-based) mobile if you know it. Or just wait for me to come back, assuming I don't explode from squee first.
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