I think there must be something of a novelty effect taking hold here. It's also, possibly, that there's bugger all else to do on a long train journey, so that's why I'm prepared to read emails dating back to August to see what I should be remembering to sort out.
Alternatively, this might just be a sorting out time of the month for me. Even today at the office I managed to do some useful things which have been lurking. I haven't claimed my expenses back yet, which is a bugger, but I have managed to tell the tax man some important things and I've also managed to pay a bill which was lurking on my desk wanted to be paid, willing to be paid and waiting to be paid.
Anyone who just thought "My Fair Lady", please take 10 points. If anyone thought "Pygmalion", you may have 10 and a half points.
So, here is a good way to spend a couple of hours. An mp3 player in the ears, some M&S food - many fruit and yoghurt - and lots and lots of tlc for the inbox. I feel like the 22 messages I've queued to send, when I'm next online somewhere home-shaped will really help me out.