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Hard Graft

I've not been well. Really really not been well. I have some kindof horrible cold virus which I was dealing with well enough until Friday, when I lost the hearing in my left ear. Which still has not come back (with the exeption of about 25min yesterday morning when it came back to tease me) .

Iam full of flem and nastiness, I can't sleep in bed for coughing and have been sleeping on the settee propped up to stop myself from drowning on the green lumpy slime that seems to have built up in side me.

It's nasty.....

But I still have a living to make, and no sick pay coming, so I have had to keep on working. I took Saturday off and on sunday made the mistake of checking my emails.... SO MUCH WORK HAD BACKED UP! So I had a new reason for not being able to sleepand started slugging away in the early evening.

I finished half an hour ago (oh, and I did get a couple of hours sleep in too).

The one thing that took the most time, and which I am fairly proud of, is the "fashion show" for Leeds Bridal Village. Click here. I'm not saying it's a perfect bit of work... it's huge and takes longer to load than I would like, but right now I can't afford the software I need to convert it into a smaller file format. But I enjoy it now it's done.

I just hope my client likes it too!

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