Heard from my boss. We'd been talking about the possibility of me transferring to another site, ideally Milton Keynes, when Sarah & I move house (because, frankly, a 1¼ hour - if the traffic's good - trip each way every day? Not happening...), and that's definitely on. On the negative side, we don't have a definite date for the move yet, but hopefully that'll all be sorted out in the not too distant. I think we're still vaguely hoping for some time around the end of this month.
Apparently, according to a friend of a colleague of Sarah's, it was snowing in Chelmsford earlier today. Didn't see any here in Broomfield, which is only about three miles north of Chelmsford town centre. *meh*
Sarah had a migraine yesterday, but she's better today and back at work. I gallantly slept downstairs so she could have a restful night's sleep. This entailed sleeping on the floor. Not the most comfortable night's kip in the world... But that said, I slept fairly soundly.
Paul Cornell has started a campaign to remind folks that not all Christians are homophobes. The campaign has a hashtag on Twitter. Get the word out. As someone who spends a lot of my time arguing online with some of those who are homophobes (and it drives me fair round the bend, frankly), this can't come a moment too soon.
Speaking of campaigns - but on a far lighter note - there's a campaign on Facebook to get Lord Bernard of Cribbins back into the UK charts. The idea being, buy a copy of Right said Fred between March 7th - 12th, and spread the word so that other people might do the same. Well, it worked for Rage Against the Machine...