Irreverant chat and daily training
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interesting seeing some of my old foes on Basildon Council on the news
Raffles, after being mean to me at the weekend, has cleared off to Kenya for his own safety. A Border Collie puppy was a great idea, I don't care what he says. Might sneak back to Derbyshire while he's not looking and get one anyway
What were your old foes up to, yeo?
Trying to evict travellers
20 years ago that could have been my baby - I was offered the chair of either the Travellers' Sites sub-committee, or the Canine Faeces sub-committee
funny how things turn out - I went into politics to bring down Th*tcher and become a hero of the revolution, and ended up knowing the location of every dog t*rd in Basildon
with that expert knowledge, I think a Border Collie's a grand idea
Border Collies are always an excellent idea, except when you are at work all day and they can terrorise your house in peace. Mind you, the way things are going, I might not be doing that work thing for too much longer, eh Mr Pickles?
lol Yeo there's a funky machine round where I work called the Poover that makes short work of said dog turds! I could do with one for Katie - she's managed to get the pillows, my nightie and the sofa today!!!
The good news here is I now have the cleavage of which I always dreamed . The bad news is, if anyone so much as looks at it, I'm likely to spray milk all over them
Has no-one told you about nappies, Sam?
<waits for the photo of Sam's cleavage to appear on the blog >
How's it all going? Is motherhood all you dreamed of?
Nappies? Oh, that's where we're going wrong!!!
Yes, it's amazing have found the bf stressful but getting the hang of it now. Katie is brilliant though. I can't quite believe she's mine
Don't forget, when she's naughty, she's DanDan's
Is everyone outside enjoying the sun?
glad Floose is getting her oats
sorry ave hardly had the pc on because of noo job behind the counter in the cake shop at the end of the road - means a 6am plod/swim ready for 7am start but I am loving it
and a suitable response when you do appear
at breakfast the morning after N1's wedding, one of the other guests who'd come from Cambridge pointed suspiciously at something lurking in the midst of my full English, and asked "what's that?"
I'd forgotten how local oatcakes are
keep checking the forecast for Stockport to see how wet I'm going to get this arvo
getting a cheap season ticket in the uncovered stand seemed a good idea at the time
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