. . . filling the cavities round the steel uprights, probably making sure that when I have decided that we definitely need to drill a hole just there it will be impossible. Well, it was probably more important to hold up the roof than to hang a notice in that particular place anyway.
And through the window opening of the new office, looking across an immaculate yard, Gordon appears to be doing the paperwork, but is probably looking at my CV and jotting down all the reasons why I shouldn’t get Graham’s job . . .