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Incomplete

I’m a bit reticent to relate this. While it happened back in the 1960’s, some of the people may still be alive. However, it’s such a good story, I’ve decided to go with it. In order to protect those that … Continue reading

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Final Science Museum

Today was my last day at the Science Museum for 2014. After yesterday, going to work was just what I needed. Being amongst people who had no idea what happened yesterday and immersing myself in musty old files was the … Continue reading

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Coming and going

Back at work today, just in time to say goodbye to Chloe. It’s funny when you only go to work once a week (not considering the fact that I missed so many days this year because of the extension). People … Continue reading

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Completion

Building of our extension started on February 20 this year. It was finished today*. That’s a full nine months. And it feels like we’ve been through a gestation period. Today, the step tops were filled in and finished, bringing an … Continue reading

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Lighthouses

I thought the last time I was at the Science Museum was two weeks ago. It turns out, it was a month. I couldn’t get into my account because the system had frozen me out so, for the first half … Continue reading

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Rubbish Collection

Artist, Joshua Sofaer, collected a month’s worth of rubbish from the Science Museum. He then spent around a month (with the help of volunteers) sorting the rubbish into stuff that could be recycled and stuff that couldn’t. The recycling stuff … Continue reading

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My little princess

My feet were killing me today. Following yesterday’s long walk, the last thing they wanted was to be wrapped in socks and trainers. But they would have suffered more if I hadn’t. We set off for the bus as usual … Continue reading

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Raf attack

Back to work following the Easter break. I sometimes think it’s a shame that I only work on a Friday because whenever it’s a public holiday, I can’t go to work. To be fair, holidays are usually reserved for Mondays. … Continue reading

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Shame

At the museum today, Nick at Work (“You WORK? Doing what?” said Dave the Builder, yesterday) told me the bad news. During my absence there’d been a change of policy when it comes to researching the objects and people that … Continue reading

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Toil and soil

A while ago, I had to move a ton of topsoil from the front of the house to down the side by shovel and wheelbarrow. Since moving it, I’ve used about half of it, by shovel and wheelbarrow. This, logically, … Continue reading

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