So the car arrived – a couple of months later than expected, but there have been shortages of chips to contend with. The showroom kept me well informed, and my Berlingo was still running fine, so it was not a problem.
My Pod Point charger was installed today. It went very smoothly, and the guy installing it was helpful in setting it up on my WiFi.
So yes, I have gone for it. The base Skoda Enyaq, with about £6k of options.
[caption id="attachment_4450" align="alignright" width="320"] Andrea Piacquadio at Pexels[/caption]For some reason, this memory came to mind today. It was something that gave me confidence in sticking up for myself, and not taking the easy quiet life.
After university, my first real job was as a reinsurance statistician. Our office was on London Bridge, looking out to The Monument.
This personal blog doesn’t need SEO. Simple as that. Now go bother somebody else.
I’m sure I could be doing better things with my spare time, but I have had great fun diving down the rabbit hole of Calibre, the ebook library software.
I’ve no idea when, but at some point Alexa has started taking a more global view on things like alarms and reminders.
There is a park in my little town, within about half a mile of my front door, that I had never visited. Just off Church Street, set back behind the houses.
In fact, until 2 years ago, when I saw it mentioned in a councillor’s blog, I didn’t even know it existed.