Friday, June 23, 2006

Super tired hyperactive powers!

Well I was waiting for it to happen and it has. I am one of these people where once I get to a certain point of tiredness, I stop being tired. I go hyperactive. Extremely hyperactive as anyone who has witnessed this and isn't currently sedated and incarcerated in the nearest asylum can attest. Fortunately with the it being the last day of this 12 day run at work before I get a break I should get enough rest before Sunday, otherwise hyperactive Saxon will be unleashed upon the ward, mwa, ha, ha, ha, ha.

Anyway there was a really awful moment last night where Dad decided to watch the DVD I bought him for Fathers day, and opened it to discover there was no DVD in the case. Noooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Of all the things to have happened particurly as I was away on Fathers day. Gosh, darn and blast it that was mildly infuriating and I will have to go back and have very stern words with the shop :-)

There are the grand total of two people in our corner of the office right now. Yep that's right 2. When there's usually 18 people. So the office is nice and quite just as boring as............

Oops, sorry there is got so boring just dropped off to sleep. Anyway I really can;t think of anything else interesting to say ( not that I've said much which is interesting previously I know!) So I think I'll call it time here as it were.

oh BTW, for those of you who haven't realized that you can leave comments, just click on the comments link at the bottom of this post and you can leave your comments, even if it is just to tell me to shut up!

till later

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi
I know what you mean about it being quiet it can make the place really boring! I'm enjoying the reading-keep up the good work!

Saxon said...

Hi 'Anonymous', it's nice to hear that someone is reading my blog and my ramblings are making as much sense to other people as they do in my own head!

Fraggle said...

Shut up! ;)

or carry on.....up to you.... :D

I'm finding it intriguing though.

Saxon said...

well I suppose intriguing is better then awful :-)