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It takes about an hour and a quarter from the time the heating turns off to the point that the house is cooling to the stage that you might want to be lying under a warm duvet and a blanket.

It takes about an hour and a half from the time the heating turns on to the point that the house is warm enough that you can bear to get out from under your warm duvet, and retrieve the blanket from down the side of the bed where you've kicked it.

So, heating should come on at 0700 and off at 2200, and I might end up with something that you could confuse with a sleep pattern if you held it upside-down and squinted.
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This month, I have


  • Fallen asleep in a production of Prokofiev'sRomeo and Juliet by the Russian State Ballet Company of Siberia.
  • Remained awake for a CUMS concert featuring Shostakovitch's Festive Overture and the Rite of Spring performed by an orchestra with two contrabassoons.
  • Fallen asleep in a production of Howell's insufferably tedious Requiem
  • Remained awake for Rossini's Petite Messe Solonelle in the second half of the same concert
  • Fallen asleep while one of my colleagues was presenting interesting research to an audience of four people including the owner of the company
  • Remained awake and rapt for a production of Tosca this evening


I think I may be a dormouse; in other news, there's an awful lot of music around in Cambridge.

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