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Odd....

I feel really funny, almost like I'm really upset or worried about something, like I have a panic attack brewing, but there isn't actually any thing wrong at all. Don't know what that's all about, but I don't like it! Think I need a long chill out with a good book or something...........

Work was ok - slow as always on a Wednesday. Been submitting our web site to as many free submission places as possible, but they aren't going to do a thing for us, I know. What I really need is for Glenn to say I can do some big spending and get us listed properly. Not going to happen just yet I don't think!

Getting sorted for the holiday now - Yorkie's been doing some laundry today so we have nice clean clothes to take, I went and bought the Euros in my lunch and picked up the E111's (and some new shoes and hair dye, hee hee).

I even managed to ask the lady next door to feed the cat while we're gone - saw her in town on the way home and gave her a lift. Don't hink she actaully wants to feed the cat at all, but I did offer to bring her some wine back as a thank you.

Pretty uneventful day actually. Had some fun with a Gay-O-Meter I found online. It has me and Gemma down as Bi, and Andrea as straight. We did one for Glenn (he wasn't there... but we know him well enough to answer honestly) and he's Bi too according to this - which explains a lot.

http://www.channel4.com/life/microsites/G/gayometer/

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