(((Meldy))) sorry you have a told in dor dose. I spect that is what led you to expect Chuggy to make plum jam from peaches...
I wonder how long the country can continue to run on a shoe string?? Saw my GP yesterday and he is totally fed up and longing to retire (we were both born in the same year).
The issue with the cat sitter is that she doesn't appear to have come at all! This is someone who does this for a living and cited 'family problems' as the reason. She also swears that she did visit and feed them - but none of the food we had left had been used! Need to arrange a vist to return our key and discuss payment. She says she will deduct the times she didn't visit from the bill, will have to see exactly what she reckons she did do (she was supposed to be there for 15 mins in the mornings and 30 in the evenings. Lock cat flap at night/open in morning; clean out litter trays;put bins out. None of those jobs had been done!).
Anyhoo, we are off to see 'Annie' at Southampton this arvo so need to get moving.
Glad to see that things in the lounge are much as usual.
Poor Murph with a 'ole in 'is 'oof Glad to hear that Sharkie seems much better.
DL camping? Now I know what caused the force 12 gale we had on the way back on Saturday. I saw my lunch twice . Had a lovely few days but were less then pleased to need the heating on when we got home! Also returned to find there had been problems with the cat sitter and there was a ranty e-mail from SIL. What a Welcome Home! I actually didn't switch the comp on or phone anyone for a while yesterday, just wanted to keep my head down and pretend we were still away.
Daffs, I'm glad to hear that you are feeling better. Discretion is still the better part of valour, so don't go daft just yet.
((((Muroh)))) sounds nasty, poor lad!
Glad that Sharkey seems to be on the mend, that syringe sounds scary!
Sorry to hear that Mr P is still having problems, I do hope it all turns out to be nothing serious.
Great pacing Spence!
Boo! to bosses coming back and upsetting staff, peeps w*rking through school holidays, astronomical vets bills and other such things.
Choir concert went well on Saturday, a mix of liturgical music ranging from 15 - 20th century.
Chuggy, SIL sold her flat early last year and bought 2 properties in Wales which she has rented out. She omitted to keep enough for anywhere to live herself so moved in with MIL 'for a few weeks' and has been there, rent free, ever since! It appears that she does now have somewhere to go but has just sent MS a vile email so, at the moment, I don't much care whether she ends upon the streets or under the patio!
MS and I have done a bit of pottering around and done a sluggie. Just 2 more sleeps until we are away!