Drink plenty of water before bed (if you remember!!!)
Take a paracetemol before bed( again if you remember!!!)
Try to remember to take your mascara off or you'll end up like Alice Cooper/Ozzy Osborne...
In the morning have a crispy bacon roll and a packet of chocolate buttons.
You will feel much better - HONEST
If you like cocktails - ask for a cointreau/baileys and tia maria with ice (in the one glass ) YUM
Saturday is just another normal working day for the Juke and Duchess of York.
Sunday will be taken up ferrying the boys to their respective footy matches then whole family will watch the big game and hopefully see "el traitor" fall flat on his face.
Been ordered by other half to subscribe to sky sports(not many women would say that) as she's keen to watch the game herself.
Family stuff today - plus letting my hubbie have a drive of Hiro(he loves him)...
Meeting up with the girls from sixth form that i went to Ibiza with, can you believe the 4 of us haven't all been together for over 15 years! Sniff, i feel old...
Sunday, Waitrose....grrrr hate food shopping....
But next weekend I'm off to Twickers! Wahhhoooooo
I work fora secondary glazing company (additional glazing units installed on the room side of the main, primary windows).
I did the estimating package a few years ago and upgrading it has been an on-off project ever since.
I'm putting together a graphical tool whereby the estimators (Sales Team) can lay out the sliding, fixed or casement units to be coupled together within a window opening. They then dimension and spec the whole thing up.At the estimation stagethe dimensions are provisional and subject to adjustment. The interfacehas to be able to cope with changes to both the overall size of an opening and the internal sightlines.
Today's task is organising a fail-safe routine which will stop the user from scrambling a complex layout if theyreduce the overall size of the opening too far (beyond the ability of the program to recalculate and shift the internal objects).
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