Friday, 2 June 2006

girl stuff, and boys

Argle.

My period's arrived with a vengence. I know I post about this regularly (well, every five or six weeks), sorry to be boring. B is bringing me a constant conveyor belt of caffinated and sugared beverages and I am slowing coming round.

Bah.

On a note of relief however, Liam the Decorator (who I may now start calling 'Liam the Labrador') has called in and is not coming today, so we have a long weekend to regain our composure. A sad note for him though - he needs to stay at home as they have discovered their cat, that has been missing for two weeks, has been knocked down and killed. His girldfriend's distraught.

I am determined to upload the new company website by lunchtime. If you have some free time this afternoon and fancy trying to break it for me and I know you well enough to be sure that you are not an axe murderer who will come round and kill my sleeping lodgers, drop me an email and I will send you the URL. I have checked it at various screen resolutions using Firefox and IE on XP, but I would be pathetically grateful for feedback from other platforms. Just off to finish it now.

We have a new Pole by the way. He arrived at 8.30 this morning - should have turned up yesterday but his flight was delayed by six hours and he slept at the airport. Is it wrong to quite like having the house filled with polite young men?

More later, probably.

4 comments:

  1. "Is it wrong to quite like having the house filled with polite young men?" - not at all. No more than it is that I'd enjoy having a house full of polite young women! If you know what I mean.
    *passes large bag(s) of minstrels*

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  2. "Is it wrong to quite like having the house filled with polite young men?" - not at all. No more than it is that I'd enjoy having a house full of polite young women! If you know what I mean.
    *passes large bag(s) of minstrels*

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  3. Polite young men?

    I thought you need a permit to keep pack animals in a house ;-)

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  4. Polite young men?

    I thought you need a permit to keep pack animals in a house ;-)

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