So we narrowly avoided telling someone 'injured' in a minor RTA to bugger off after he started arguing with the policeman trying to help him out. Instead we distracted him by taking him to hospital so that his bruises could be seen to. If we'd let the man continue he would have really started to annoy the copper.
A nod and a wink to the officer and he was spirited away before his fists started to fly.
My brain is disconnected somewhat because, after my last night shift, I stay awake for the next twenty hours (total time awake will be 34 hours) in order to reset my body clock to 'real' time.
I'm answering emails today – I hope that at least some of them make sense. Perhaps I should put a disclaimer in the signature?
Currently rather enjoying this.
Which beats me crying over this because my brain is currently mush. (If you know where it is from then excellent – if you don't know, I'm not telling you as I don't want to spoil anything).
Why the rapid return to 'real' time?
Busy, busy, busy.
Can't be sleeping now can I?