Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Quality

My team went out for lunch yesterday. We went to a rather nice restaurant very close to work. Work was paying for it, as a reward for our hard work, so we decided to go somewhere posh that was doing a good deal. So we went to a restaurant that was part of the London Restaurant Festival, which finishes today actually. We ate some great food and had a very pleasant time. We are thinking of going back there for breakfast some time soon, as you can get a really good deal on it through TopTable. Fortunately, all of my team are keen on eating so they like to consume as much as possible. In fact yesterday I took a box of Quality Street to the team meeting and they had eaten every one of them by the end of the meeting (and I didn’t eat any of them!).

I seem to be having a slow reading month. I started one book and then decided I didn’t like. So I started another one and am not far off finishing that. But my reading seems to be lacking inspiration at the moment. I need to rectify this by finding a book that gets my reading juices flowing*.

In other news, this article gives a whole new meaning to pets being therapy.



*I’m not really sure what “reading juices” actually are, but I shall leave that to your imagination.

7 comments:

Kahless said...

Having a team meal out is good for morale. I hope you had an extra long lunch hour too.

Random Reflections said...

Kahless - it was good for morale, but as it turns out one of my team was rather upset by the way another spoke to her, so I need to sort that out now.

We interpreted the term "lunch hour" very liberally.

Let's Kill Saturday Night said...

Look into my eyes, you will buy fresh fish for me every day....

Random Reflections said...

LKSN - You'll have dried food and like it!

Let's Kill Saturday Night said...

Biscuits are dry...

(no subject) said...

reading juices. i think they are legit. just like any other juice really, they ebb and flow. i'm sure yours will turn back up soon =)

Random Reflections said...

LKSN - You may have some water, and that's it!

no subject - Thanks for explaining! I have just started a new book and that might help to get them flowing again.