April 25th, 2005
|05:32 pm - Monday !|
In line with ang_grrr's poll , here's how Monday started for me :
<David leaves for work>
. o O ( Hmmm, that's odd, I have this feeling that I'm forgetting something, but I'm not sure what. )
<David gets to train station, waits a few minutes, then gets on train>
. o O ( Right, must find a seat with space nearby for the laptop )
. o O ( what laptop ? )
. o O ( The support laptop, of course, which I took home on Friday and need to take in on Monday so I have a computer to work on )
. o O ( ... what laptop ? )
. o O ( The one that is in one of my hands at the moment )
. o O ( ... ? )
. o O ( The one that ... oh bugger, I forgot the laptop ! )
<David dashes off train before doors close, goes back home and grabs the computer and finally heads back in to work, arriving 20 minutes later than he needed to ... >
Meanwhile, don't push the Big Red Button (grabbed from drjon and laurenmitchell).
Current Mood: amused
Oh no!! That's a horrible feeling... mine was on Friday and it was my umweltkarten - the train cards for me and my bike. Of course, with a bike, you don't want to be roaming the carriages looking for a ticket-vending machine....
|Date:||April 25th, 2005 04:53 pm (UTC)|| |
*argh!* Been there. Horrible. Feel for you. Yuck!
Like Japan. When I was living in Japan for some time, I'd see many people dashing in and out of the train with their "super-personal" laptops.