Wednesday was my last day at my work in London. Was a tinged with a bit of sadness (a tiny bit) as I had the pleasure of working with some pretty unique characters there. I can't tell you the name of company but they have something to do with regulation of the railways. Another shame is that I was in the city close to Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus etc. which meant I was also close to the some new friends I'd made at the Tony Robbins UPW event last month (March 2014).
To round out the day I'd was blessed with notification arriving on my phone that I'd made two says on eBay using the brilliant D$ Domination system which meant that I have an inexhaustible supply of products to sell, the customer get free delivery, I get cash with profits paid straight into my Paypal account and all is happy...
Talking of eBay Thursday I collected my new toy and means to get to work at my new employ up here in Diss, Norfolk. What a mission that was. Collect the van, get the cash for bank before they closed, try stay luvvy dovey with my wonderful girlfriend who was trying to navigate with the not so wonderful iPhone GPS led us up someone's garden path and other weird places on our way to Basildon in Essex to collect my Kawasaki GPZ 750 Ninja motorcycle. I impressed myself that I can still drive after not being behind the wheel for half a year. I get the feeling my SueCat thinks I got my license out of a CornFlakes packet. I'm beginning to wounder too.
Still off work, I start new job on Monday. We were so tired after last nights driving around that I just parked the van and left the Tom (after Mr. Cruise Top Gun where he had the 900cc version) the Ninja in the back.
Managed to find an old desk table top in the garage and after checking several times for safety put my warrior spirit and courage into action to get the Tom of the van. Tom unlike his name sake is very heavy indeed so it was very scary. Did it though some how. I think I actually closed my eyes at some point as I let the brakes go and rolled back of the my makeshift ramp.
Just has to start it up and take it for a spin up and down the close. Feels good. Really good. I'll need to strip it and check it but let just say "Hi!" to Tom and welcome him to the family.
Colin the Laughing Puma