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Soooo tired

Being back at work has it's ups and it's downs. While I like earning money, and the job's pretty ok too what with it's balance of office work and site visits, it's very very tiring...

Monday was a nice normal office day, 8.45 till 5. Yesterday morning I was up at 5am to set off for Leeds by 6am, to be at various sites from 7.30 onwards. I got home at 8.30pm (although I did have an unpaid stop off hour at Mums on the way home). Today I was in the office again by 8.45am, finishing at 5. Tomorrow I get a lie in and don't have to be in the office until 10.30am, although I do have to be in Lytham St Anns at 5pm. Friday I'm site visiting all day (just in Lancaster though, phew).

I will also be back in Leeds every Tuesday morning for the forseeable.

I'm just not used to it!!

That said, it is fun driving about. I was using the Sat Nav for a while which was great - until the battery ran out because I have no cigar lighter in the car to power it up with! I was offered one of the company Belingos to use on Tuesday, but what it being the first time I've driven one and it being such a long day I wasn't happy about it. CHANGED MY MIND! So I've asked for one to use Thu night and Friday and with a bit of luck I'll get one. Then I can use the Sat Nav properly and not get utterly lost!

I am enjoying my new roll at LN, but I am SO tired right now that I could just go straight to bed now and not get up again until 10 tomorrow. I guess it's just a matter of getting back into the swing of things again....

*yawn*

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