Good King Wencesplod

Thursday seasonal plod chat thread

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yeo
20/12/2007 at 15:41
<shudders at the sound of snapping latex>
20/12/2007 at 15:50

<<calms Yeo's nerves with a mince pie and a cup of tea>>

<<and a small bow from Sam's box>>

20/12/2007 at 15:51

<<leaves remaining mince pies on forum coffee table with rice crispie cake and a pot of tea>>

Off to check if my Dad's train is on time. He's on his way here for Christmas.

See you all tomorrow.

Edited: 20/12/2007 at 15:52
yeo
20/12/2007 at 16:01

<chomp>

<shlurp>

ta Floose

right, I'm off to the Staffordshire Yeos for Christmas, tho' will spend the next few days hospital visiting

Merry Christmas lovely plodders

mwah

xxx

20/12/2007 at 16:27
Have a good trip, Yeo, hope your Mum's doing OK. Wrap up warm, it's chilly up here.
Flr
20/12/2007 at 17:03

it's chilly down here

and I'm feeling very twitter and bisted

XB
20/12/2007 at 17:12

(((Flr)))

I'll be down your neck of the woods next week.

20/12/2007 at 17:15
Why twitter & bisted, flr? Can a pig cuddle alleviate your woes?
20/12/2007 at 17:40

Evening all.

Back from w**k. According to the thermometer in my car the temerature dropped 2 degrees during the 5 mile jouney home - obviously warmer in built-up areas.

Had a fun day spending the library's petty cash, not on anything exciting unfortunately.

Flr
20/12/2007 at 18:30

oo what you get, parddu?

thik I'm just tired and made error of thinking about the out laws and how they are ignoring me

Flr
20/12/2007 at 18:35
and my nails are chipped and I am not seeing Bobbis for a touch up
Flr
20/12/2007 at 18:37

grateful

friends (real and imagined)

lovely kids

lovely tree

looking forward

lunch at pub tomorrow

girls night in with lovely Kid B

Teen's posse in my house

Flr
20/12/2007 at 19:35

Kid B and I are making gingerbread shapes for the teachers but we are pooped

reckon the dough will still be rollable if we leave it in the fridge overnight?

20/12/2007 at 19:36
We've got a photocopy of a Welsh music dictionary originally published in the 1880s - it's been held together by an elastic band up until now so I bought a display book, the sort with polypockets bound in so I could put the sheets in back to back. After doing sums - how many pages were there, how many sheets, divide by 2 and divide by 2 again (stretched my O-level maths (failed, with honours) to its limits ), i bought one with 36 pockets which fitted all the sheets and a couple of pockets to spare. I need to make a label for it so I'll have to use admin's computer tomorrow as we've got no accessories like printers down in the bowels of the earth where we are temporarily residing. 
Flr
20/12/2007 at 19:41
sounds kind of satisfying, Parddu
20/12/2007 at 20:16

By doing this we'll know what we've got and so will our users. Half our local collection isn't on the catalogue - and don't mention the museum collection, no one knows who really owns that!

However, rumour has is that we're getting the long awaited new library management system in the New Year, probably not by the time we reopen but soon after. Whatever we get can't be worse than what we've got - I swear Mrs Noah used it to catalogue the animals in the ark

Flr
20/12/2007 at 20:22
but with your numerical skills we might have had 1 to 3.5 of everything
20/12/2007 at 20:34
 you are right as always flr

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