Sunday mornings should not be like this

I’m currently at the very beautiful, if parking-space deficient Westcliff Hotel, for a conference, sadly.

I’m bored, uninspired, a little hacked off and still tired after dreaming much of the night about my one client/boss and not having informed her what time I’d be coming through today (I arrived as she was leaving, which I think is ideal for these types of events- a continuous presence for the congress organisers, who actually don’t give a fuck if I’m here or at home, picking my nose).

The seating is so tightly packed that I can count the revolting, pale hairs on the yellow-cancer-braceleted arm of the nerd sitting next to me, furiously making notes. Usually when I sit in such close proximity to an individual, I snog him on a fairly regular basis, or at the very least, I want to.

To better things… I saw ‘The Girl in the Yellow Dress’ at the Market Theatre, which was quite wonderful. Funny, thought-provoking, disturbing.. An worthwhile play.

Ok, suppose I have to go back inside now… 😦


7 Responses to Sunday mornings should not be like this

  1. HotGuy43 says:

    So did you also have to park in the street? I arrived just before lunch to cover the afternoon session – I guess by that time you’d already made your escape. 🙂

  2. Don't Believe a Word I Write says:

    HotGuy, YES! I had to park in the street. I left at lunchtime after making myself known to the main prof – how was the food?

  3. Tamara says:

    Conference on a Sunday? That sucks.

  4. hardspear says:

    ja, no matter how awsome the venue, conferences on a sunday…

  5. DBAWIW says:

    Conferences on a Sunday….what is that about?!!!
    Tamara, why were you up at 4am? Were you planning conferences for Sundays in 2011?
    Spear, yes, venue shmenue, gimme brunch and sleeping on a Sunday.

  6. Tamara says:

    UTI. The joys of my bouts of ill health this year. At least there was some worthy blog fodder to read 😉

  7. dbawiw says:

    oi vey, lovely. Sorrrie for your health, dude.

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