My blog here remains themeless, which makes me feel as though I am drifting, so I will continue with Working-For-Will as my working theme. This week I am not working for Will as he is away. I find myself with some extra time and keep ending up on the Circle Line, which is always where I end up when I’m going somewhere in London but I don’t quite know where it is. Most places that aren’t in Hackney are on the tube, and most place on the tube are gettable-at via Baker Street, Liverpool Street or King’s Cross, all of which are on the big yellow loop in the middle of the London Underground map. I know a man who believes the Circle Line drivers are stuck on its revolving trains, with no final destination at which they can look forward to alighting, going home for the day or indeed retiring. This is nonsense of course; Circle line trains frequently turn into Hammersmith and City Line or District Line trains, and do so quite at random with only a muffled tannoy announcement from the driver as notification. If you are travelling anti-clockwise, and listening to an ipod, you always risk ending up in Ealing.