The evening started like any other, but when night fell... Well, when night fell I went to turn on the light. But the bulb blew. So I went to change the bulb, which didn't make a difference. So, I presumed, the fuse went out. So I took the fuse out and looked in the toolbox. No fuses the same. So I tried looking at some of the other lights in the house. No fuses the same. So I went to the 24 hours supermarket, they had fuses of the right ampage, but not the right physical size. Which means I have no light in my room until tomorrow, when I can go to a DIY store. It's really really weird not having any light in my room. For one, it's making the computer screen glare all the more, which isn't good for my eyes. For another, it means I won't be able to read before bed for the first time in a long while (excluding occasions when I've come home drunk). I'll obviously be able to still clean my teeth and wash and such, because the bathroom light works. But there's other little things, like I have to touch-type and I'm not that good at it. If I eat something, I can't see if crumbs have gone everywhere. It has made me realise how much we take light for granted. We now think of it as a 24 hour resource rather than the previous 12 (average). Even now I'm gleaning light to see by the screen and the landing light. It's like I'm desperate for any light I can get. Still, I guess I should be grateful this happened in the summer, when it gets dark at 9 rather than in the winter, when it's dark at 4.