Aren't I the lucky one? Woke up this morning with a cold. I hate having a cold. I hate being sick, 'cos I always feel so fricking sorry for myself. Meh. That's the bad news. The good news is that it snowed last night, so now we have a thin white layer of the stuff everywhere. Does this mean we are to have a white Christmas this year? Well, if the temperature stays below 0°C, then the snow may stay.. 'Cos it doesn't look much like there'll be much snow coming in the next couple of days..

As it turned out, I didn't get round to doing more about the little thing of peace, sorry Ben. ;-) Of course, there's still time.. hehe..

I've worked out a plan for my website. Should be nice, once I get it done. Hopefully that'll happen within the next week or so. After all, it will kinda be my business yeah.. Anybody got a job for me? Preferably in the environs of South East London..well..Essex..

Found a bunch of links, and in order not to lose them, here they are (for relatively safe keeping, until I get a proper links section/page): - could come in handy..
Stereotypes - very interesting, try it out!
Google Weblog - how about that?
inter - Face - this is kinda spooky, but pretty cool too..
Internet Archive - what did your favourite website look like in the beginning??
J-Walk blog - just another blog... - Guardian Online's weblog
Page and Brin's Blog - apparently this is the blog of the people behind Google...
rabbit blog - I haven't really read that blog..I just think it looks cool.. I will read it, though. Promise!
Snowflake and Snow Crystal Photos - exactly what it says. Awesome!
Tattoodles - about tattoos...and no, I'm not getting one.
The dullest blog in the world - and you thought your life was boring..
urban exposure - art made of their own description: Cigarette packages, matchbooks, disposable lighters, plastic juice caps.... discarded materials which can be found in abundance on the streets and sidewalks of our cities. Exposed to the elements and the churning of the city, these objects individual journeys are etched into their surfaces over time. A collision of the man made material world and the forces of nature. I find that very interesting. - another handy one..

Well, that's it then...

Monday, December 22, 2003 posted by Wardi @ 9:51 AM