AFTER a bit of a rush I’m ready in time for my regular Thursday morning guitar student.
Then it’s into the studio to get some video footage ready for editing.
After lunch I take the laptop into he garden and spend another couple of hours on my accounts until my afternoon guitar student arrives.
I’d planned a walk, but Margaret and I get into a discussion about the need to change our car. It’s a 10-year-old diesel and we’ll be fined progressively ig we take it into Glasgow. Rather than a ‘congestion charge’ it’s gonna be an offence, with the fine doubling each offence. Fuck sake.
Despite a complete lack of funds and finance, I’m keen to go for an electric car. Margaret’s not convinced and thinks a hybrid might be better. I argue the case and ask why we’d want to have to maintain/service two different systems and not realise any of the potential savings in running an all-electric vehicle.
She calls a local pal who runs electric vehicles both for business and personal use and he’s of the same opinion as myself. We do some research…