Having left Daniel to make the journey back to Newcastle, we drove home. As the day wore on the weather became more overcast and as I write this post it's a combination of sunny and overcast and there has been some rain. Let's hope the weather is at least fine for the next two weeks that Carol is on holiday so we can get out for a few outings.
As I write this Daniel has no idea what the result of his interview was. He seems to think it went well, but he may have to come back for a further interview in a few week's time. Why couldn't the interviewers spend the entire day doing interviews and other tests and give the result at the end of the day? Just seems that some companies need to take too long over the selection process.
I had a further unpleasant experience when driving on Friday, when I took Daniel for his interview. As we turned into the road on the way to Bletchley, a large white van came up behind me, so close, intact, that it seemed to very nearly touch our car. Why can't people just be sensible and not drive so close? What is the idea? To make you drive faster, or to merely intimidate you into moving out of their way, so they can have the whole road to themselves?