Tuesday With Vous: Matt Senior

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Name: Matt Senior
Location: Alton (Hampshire)
Occupation: Church Administrator (in the mornings), School IT Technician (in the afternoons).
Camera Used: Nikeon D60

07-00a

As usual, my morning starts by being woken up by this guy.

08-00a

Before leaving for work I need to wrestle my iPad from my daughter.

09-00a

At my desk at the church. The piles on it have grown. That’s what I get for taking a day’s leave yesterday.

10-00a

I take a stroll to the sound desk. Time for Sunday’s sermon to go online.

11-00a

This fly has been buzzing around in an annoying way this morning. No longer. Indiana [the best bit of lost property ever to come into my office] thinks it may hold some archaeological value.

12-00a

My colleague’s new desk fan is still amusing us in the office. A multi-lingual USB fan. Bleib Cool. Good advice.

13-00a

Looking somewhat disheveled as I arrive at my afternoon job. That’s what wearing a motorcycle helmet does to you (that and not having got round to shaving for quite a few days).

14-00a

In the library checking if a laptop has the relevant software.

15-00a

Sorting through a tangle of headphones to see which work and which don’t.

16-00a

Primary school science experiments: Sometimes they work, sometimes they really don’t.

17-00a

Riding home through rural Hampshire.

18-00a

Tea time.

19-00a

 Looking out the bedroom window, waiting for the kids to fall asleep, and I spot the first hot air balloon of the season.

20-00a

Making bread and listening to Bellowhead. Excellent.

21-00a

It’s definitely time for coffee now.

22-00a-1

Time for some uke practice. (We ukelele players never use its full name. Maybe? I don’t know, I only really starting playing 4 days ago).

23-00a

This guy is up again. And he’s hungry.

00-00a

So with tomorrow’s lunch cooling, I reckon it’s probably time for bed.

Many thanks to Matt for sharing his Tuesday with us.  Maybe I’ll rope him in for a bread recipe post one of these days, too.  Yum! 

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