7. Once a week sit in a coffee-shop or cafe for an hour and listen to other people’s conversations. Take notes. Blog about it. (Carefully)I wasn't in a coffee shop I was on the tube, and I wasn't listening to a conversation I was, well.... I couldn't help seeing... I mean I didn't want to look ... but really... if someone is going to write their secret diary on a crowded tube, well, it can't be that secret, can it?
- Her right-hand page was headed TO DO w/c 9 June
In my day-book I also have a page with that title: it's full of items transcribed from TO DO w/c 2 June.
- Her left hand page was headed Feelings
In my day-book I don't have a page like that.
She was getting divorced and she had a lot To Do
- email David re Primary Care
- email David re 60%
- email David re Car
- 10am call David
In the centre of the left hand page was written
CANADA: If I want to have complete control over Georgie's love, then we have to move. (But what if David doesn't agree to to 60%?)She had written lots more but when arrived at Canary Wharf I fumbled my 'berry and managed to exit notes without saving. I guess it served me right.