A 6.45am call from a courier with a delivery gets me out of bed…
No bad thing, really, as Margaret’s gonna be in Glasgow all day today and the kitchen folks are coming around 9am to start ripping out our cranky old kitchen.
After breakfast I tidy up some more stuff in preparation for the kitchen chaos and am already out in the office getting some work done when the guys arrive.
I get them sorted out then back in the office embark on my first priority job – fixing the Toshiba FlashAir wifi camera card that I stupidly reformatted in the camera on Saturday resulting in the loss of the wifi functionality.
The Toshiba software won’t run on the latest Mac OS that runs on our laptops…and the big Mac in the studio is running an OS that;s too old so I had to try and find another way. Despite fruitless searching online – all pointing to reformatting the card using computer software – I mess about and fix things by accident. Re-setting the card and using the default wireless key to reconnect to the iOS app.
Next, I have a story to prepare for publication on the G63.scot website later in the week.
I put together a makeshift lunch – avocado with tuna, spring onions and sriracha mayo – in the office then get busy with my dreaded tax return.
I’m about a third of the way thought when the internet drops out and I realise the guys working in the house have turned the electricity off. A wee warning would’ve been good!
Anyway, a few hours later, the tax return is done and submitted electronically. Phew.
King Tut’s announce my Glasgow show on Thursday 22 November and put tickets on sale here.
I have a bunch more stuff to do then we head along to Betty and Joe’s – knowing our kitchen is out of order for the week, they’ve very kindly invited us along for dinner 🙂