This may be my last entry…
It’s been an eventful day and I am shattered. I didn’t sleep well last night at all and it has shown through in my work and play.
To make matters worse I have spent the majority of the day researching and learning. I have been tasked with setting up a reciprocal web service between to instances of ServiceNow. I’ve never really done anything like it before so it’s proving to be a challenge. Fortunately this is a proof of concept and I have been documenting as I go. When it comes to the real configuration I should be well ahead of the game.
As a consequence of my tiredness and lunching with a friend, I haven’t really tucked into the book in the way I hoped and managed a measly 20 pages today. They’ve been pretty packed though:
Charlie is up before the beaks but, due to his not respecting their authoriteh, he is sentenced to death. After having a bit of a moan to his kids he pops off for an extreme haircut. He tips the barber by leaving something with the King’s head on it.
This has made Charlie’s mates a bit peevish and they accuse the judges and their assistants of regicide (and probably banticide – the King was, after all, a proper ledge). Without the ability to nip off for a cheeky Nando’s to calm themselves down, they instead go on the rampage and murder a couple of their perceived enemies without the merest hint of remorse. This would not have pleased Charlie who had expressly ordered his son to forgive his judges.
Oliver Cromwell takes over as Lord Protector of England and begins abolishing Bantz in all it’s forms!