Wednesday, 4 October 2006

bag

I think I am just going to sit here with a bag on my head for a day or two, if that's alright with everyone.

I'm perfectly fine - it just suddenly feels as if there is rather a lot going on.

Hmmm. I wonder why that could be?

India-Next-Door turned up on the doorstep with a bucket of damsons (plan - wine with juice, chutney with fruit) for me this morning at the same time as the valuer. Which rather put the boot in to my plan to pop round later this afternoon and break the news about moving to her gently. She wasn't too shocked - she's a very redoubtable person - and when I went round this afternoon she gave me a flapjack and a mini-swiss roll with my coffee; so I think we're still friends. She was very worried when we moved in - what we would be like, etc. and now she has to go through that process again.

The building the new office is in is having an official opening shindig thingy tomorrow evening. Gosh, how I'm looking forward to it.

I had an email from B from Singapore during his layover. Haven't heard whether he's arrived yet - but I'm hoping he can find a broadband connection and skype me tomorrow.

Back in a day or two.

10 comments:

  1. That bag idea sounds good right now. I might join you. In my own bag, of course.
    Robert came home and found me lying on the floor down the side of the bed the other day, clutching my knees to my chest.

    May both our house moves go well and speedily.

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  2. That bag idea sounds good right now. I might join you. In my own bag, of course.
    Robert came home and found me lying on the floor down the side of the bed the other day, clutching my knees to my chest.

    May both our house moves go well and speedily.

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  3. From my own experience, brown paper bags are the best for this sort of thing.
    Hope you manage to "enjoy" the shindig. Or find a good excuse to leave early/not attend at all.

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  4. From my own experience, brown paper bags are the best for this sort of thing.
    Hope you manage to "enjoy" the shindig. Or find a good excuse to leave early/not attend at all.

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  5. I'm shocked Ally. I thought the move sounded idyllic and now after too much time spent up a ladder I pop in and find you're moving again.
    You should turn that house into a gite.

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  6. I'm shocked Ally. I thought the move sounded idyllic and now after too much time spent up a ladder I pop in and find you're moving again.
    You should turn that house into a gite.

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  7. Have I missed your house-hunting posts, or are you waiting for the current one to sell before looking for another? And if the timing gets a little skewed, I guess there's always the chicken coops...

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  8. Have I missed your house-hunting posts, or are you waiting for the current one to sell before looking for another? And if the timing gets a little skewed, I guess there's always the chicken coops...

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  9. Take care and I hope you can find time to chill among all this!

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