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About biking2work

Sometimes bad tempered Dad to 2 sons who break things. Use the 2 wheels to get from A to B when I can

28th May

Today was a really exciting work from home day. I had lots of admin and video uploading and the exciting part about it was that I had VPN access on my new laptop so could access my folders remotely instead … Continue reading

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27th May (#52)

I had a fitful sleep that included sleeping through a faulty oven alarm at 2am and briefly scooping the cat up and placing him unceremoniously over my head onto the pillow above me before falling asleep again. I took my … Continue reading

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26th May (#51)

The demented one eyed cat alarm woke me at 04.11. I hit the snooze with a chin tickle and rub. It sometimes does the trick but I was permanently awake at 04.21. I snuck a peek through the blind and … Continue reading

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25th May

Today was the 2nd public holiday of May. Unusually for the UK, it was sunny and warm. I got up fairly soon after Mrs B2W headed off for work and did a little spin up to the shop to get … Continue reading

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24th May

I had a great sleep to exorcise the grumpy demons of yesterday but most of the morning was spent avoiding my reading. I know that I will really get into it once I start but my perception of needing enough … Continue reading

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23rd May

I woke feeling tired but had to head out early to take my rear wheel to Dave for fixing. I was first there but he had forgotten our conversation yesterday. Poor guy is working himself real hard. I spent the … Continue reading

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22nd May (#50)

It was another crappy sub 6 hr sleep courtesy of the cat this time. Once he woke me up, there was no returning to the land of nod. So I got up and took my time getting ready. I would … Continue reading

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