The jubilee line a different take on a journey I make because a change is as good as a rest, just doing my best to keep it fresh.
It's Friday and why not? yes I know it was Friday a week ago but things have a way of repeating on me.
It'd be nice to say that this was the better way, but it's so bleedin' cold and I'm shivering if the heating was on and turned up to a reasonable temperature I'd feel better
and then I'm at Greenwich, the 02 must refer to the Fahrenheit scale.
From Canary Wharf and Bermondsey I can almost see that London bridge is not falling down it's only sinking slightly might be me and my poor eyesight though.
Southwark then Waterloo what do I do? get off and wait underneath the clock? taking stock of my situation and the weather and none whatsoever of the tick tock I lock my sights on Bond street and the Central line perhaps an interchange is as good as a rest too.
Haha I missed out Westminster and Green park easy to do in the dark when it's cold.
I opened my eyes to an announcement the tannoy tells me Waterloo station is closed
I wasn't getting off there but I could have been and might have been waiting forever underneath a clock and no one would ever know.
This is a nice line a twin track to that time when work wags Its finger at me.
and that's it no observations on my fellow travellers, possibly because the carriage is empty, but I'm full of hope and that's a good line as well.