I unlocked, turned off the alarm and went through to the back room to switch on the lights and computers…
A lot of the sockets were dead and a look at the fuseboard showed one of the two power circuits had tripped. We couldn’t reset it but we did manage to arrange a couple of extension leads to run the phones, a computer and the credit card machine.
It’s likely that the heavy rain has been getting in again. The electrician is coming on Monday and we will find out then.
Apart from that, my watch broke. Just as I found the power was out one of the spring-loaded bars in my watch strap broke and the watch fell off.
It never rains but it pours…
That may not be an appropriate expression if it turns out to be an electrical fault caused by water. I have had experience of that before and ended up with a surprise and a sooty burn mark on my hand.
In the evening I went to collect my tablets, using the prescription I picked up yesterday. I noticed, when reading the prescription, that I have the normal slew of threatening messages about reviews and appointments and, this time, a demand that I book an appointment for epilepsy screening.
This is why I don’t normally bother reading notes and letters from the doctor – I’m now worried what they know that I don’t.