I am ok...the day off might not be such a bad thing (even though I'm not getting paid) and it is giving me a bit of headspace. Things with my ex aren't going too well at the moment, I want to be friends with her but at the moment, there is a bit of sh1t being (unfairly) thrown in my direction.
And like I said, a day to catch up on laundry isn't a bad thing!
*sneakily adds to the pile of laundry, and wanders off whistling nonchalantly...*
My noggin is aching. Three weeks of being disease is enough, surely? *sulks*
stack it up Bookie...I have a feeling I may be doing someones laundry while the machine is broken anyway!
Good morning mundanies
(((gfb))) Great that Jenn is out of pain
(((SOLB))) Can you knit me a sleep fairy trap?
(((Bookie))) You do sound run down - any holiday time on the horizon?
Unfortunately not DS. A holiday would be nice though
I'm 'blessed' with a defective immune system thanks to a vaccine when I was little. Now I get everything going. I'm looking forwards to Ebola, that will be interesting
*adds more laundry to the pile*
Sarah's been quite poorly for a few weeks now been slightly worried. The good news is through we are off to a Wedding saturday and get to see a few old mates and hopefully get to pamper Sarah at the hotel pool as well.
ducky Hope your ok chuck and if not and you need a washing machine we arn't that far down the M1 if you fancy a cuppa.
In mundane news I have mint bubbly cadbury chocolate and it taste nom nom nom nom nom nom nom nom.
My machine is fine...tis the other person who is struggling somewhat with a non functioning machine. I'm ok Mr Cake - we need a weekend of tea and cheese and ambling somewhere pretty with Bookie and somone else too xx
Sounds like a plan been trying to work out a trip to the yorkshire sculpture park but can't seem to find a weekend everyone is free. Anyone got any throughts. We are away this weekend and it's the zombie run last weekend of this month would other folks be up for some curlture and and what weekend works best?
Great minds! I was just talking to Ducky about the sculpture park
I hope you've kept some bubbly chocolate for me Mr. Cake. I may need is after today...
*paddington bear stare* Now then young lady make sure you have some tea before you do that meeting thingy at 6 Will save some choclate for you through.
(((Bookie))) Pants (laundered ones of course) to sneaky diseases that take advantage of you. Probably best to avoid Ebola just for now, at least until we've beaten the zombies.P.S., you would tell us if you developed an ironic immunity to the 'cold hard Paddington stare' wouldn't you? (((Cake))) hi dude
I have received a parcel from SOLB - she's lent me a book and kindly added some silliness that made me laugh
Hurry up new baby!
Boo to being sent home grom work, yay to doing our laundry
I have just spilt spicy tomato and chickpea soup on my keyboard. Thought you ought to know.
Does your keyboard now have extra "p"s on it?
It did, but I've removed the offending extras It now smells Morrocan.
The soup isn't that nice
I'd better avoid the use of soup-erlatives then
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