Blog Links Just some of the great blogs I keep stumbling on. Go for an explore, and if you see any really good ones, let me know...
- the hottest blogger I know. - I hate knitting. However, I love this blog. Who'd have thought? - If you ask me, it's perpetual brilliance! - 'nuff said. Inspired - inspiring.
- ...into light. Xenouveau - Her from Sadisticland. All Geek To Me - Fun from Scout Finch.
Elven Sarah - Witty and weird, a bit like me (but witty). Sedgefield - A nice blog, which may have died from meme deficiency... - A great lady had a great blog. Hopefully it returns...
superphase - A stick hero for the masses...
Sadly, we have been given the cold Shoulder. - a great blog from the continent, nice and warm there. - Not indulgent any more.
She Speaks - The star-crossed lover is now silent.
Organic Feminism - A tremendous blog. Even though she calls me Scoots *shudder*
You can no longer get your soup fix from souplover.
Just when you thought it was safe to get on a train...
I had it all sorted out.
I catch the bus at 5:40, arrive at the bus depot at 5:50, catch the next bus at 6, arrive at the railway station at 6:45, hop on the train, arrive at my destination at 7:20, and wander into work at 7:45, nice and early all relaxed.
Today I arrived at the station to find that the much-threatened line works had already started. So I hopped on the coach, which took me on a whirlwind tour of the outlying regions before depositing me at the next station along, 20 minutes later. Only then could I hop on the original train. Of course, it arrived 20 minutes later than usual.
Fair enough, I still (just about) made it into work on time. But now I have a quandry.
My monthly rail pas is about to expire. I understand that the works are due to last for 2 weeks, but of course these things have a tendency to overrun.
So, do I buy another monthly train ticket, or find an alternative bus-only conduit...
I can't be much help here. I live in a small town in California. The only trains in my town carry wood and agriculture products. Our only public transportation is 1 or 2 busses, but that doesn't bother anyone. Everyone here has a car. If you don't you are looked upon as weird and become a pariah. People drive to get their mail, 100 feet away.
Manda June 21, 2004 06:49 PM PDT
what about getting your sister to drive you to where you got dropped off by that second bus?!
Winston June 21, 2004 03:06 PM PDT Terri, it's an idea...
Andy, that's just silly ;)
Andy June 21, 2004 02:57 PM PDT You could always try a bicycle.
phatgirlie June 21, 2004 01:48 PM PDT D. Sprout wings and fly :̃