*dusts off new hashtag*
It hasn’t quite taken me this long to stop bouncing after this morning’s announcement – so much for my “I don’t think this will be the big one” but then I don’t claim to be a political commentator.
I can’t stop looking at this headline. All day I’ve kept coming back to it.
I’ve now published over 100 blog posts, something that I never expected when I started in January and I still have no idea what I’m doing.
So school holidays, germ infected house and possibly the greatest political crisis to hit the UK for decades (trying not to do a Theresa May here.) Is it any wonder I feel like I’ve become one with the sofa.
I have had to set a routine, because once I hit twitter that’s the rest of the day gone. So mornings now consist of me charging round like an idiot trying to get everything non computer based done, then stopping for lunch and trying to catch up on what’s happened so far. I’ve also just realised I decided on lasagna for dinner tonight because I can do it quickly between the debate and the vote this afternoon – seriously I need help or an intervention.
…another, well I’m not sure what. Omnishambles is so pedestrian for this. I think I’ll be blogging daily for a while because it’s the only way I can get my head around what’s going on.
(I also watched yesterday’s BBCQT from yesterday, that probably will get a post in its own right later on)
I’ve now been awake for 28 hours, I spent the last 10 riveted in front of the laptop, last night’s alcohol has worn off – I’m not sure whether that’s due the uncountable cups of tea I’ve had or just down to the time – and sleep is starting to claim me.