That there was no one standing at the bus stop at the time was merely luck.

Up later than I’d like.
The weather’s very pleasant, though – that September trick of having a few days of nice weather before plunging us back into cold, wet and rainy.
I pop out for a sandwich and end up having a long chat to Tony and a neighbour, partly complaining about the usual subject. The neighbour, who has been studying at South Bank University, tells me how rubbish it is – essentially cram them in, take the fees and devil-take-the-hindmost, with overcrowded classrooms, inadequate timetabling and terrible mismanagement. This doesn’t surprise me – as I point out, this was an organisation that allowed a building they wanted rid of to collapse onto a bus stop. That there was no one standing at the bus stop at the time was merely luck.
In the afternoon to Walker for a meeting. I like going to meetings occasionally as it makes me feel like a grown-up. Also deliver the job I did for Ben. Then Tesco to buy some bread, then home to make lentil-and-chorizo soup and wonder about video cameras.