Thursday, 13 December 2007

so there


Tired. Dusty. Covered in sick. Full of fish pie and slightly too much apricot wine. Going to bed.

5 comments:

  1. Succinct and to the point! I hope sleep has refreshed and renewed :-)

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  2. Sick - fishie pie - apricot wine - NOT a good combination... I have pursued you from my own blog to ask you exactly how you "do" a chicken with a broom handle - I'm sure there's a dodgy video featuring this somewhere but I'm hoping that's not what you mean!

    Reflex - pain in the arse. N1S possetted constantly until 13 months which meant we had an annoying period where he was hurling and then crawling off through it, leaving a nice milky snail trail as he went. Lurvely. You'll be glad to know that one day it suddenly stopped and he's never been troubled again!

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  3. Sick - fishie pie - apricot wine - NOT a good combination... I have pursued you from my own blog to ask you exactly how you "do" a chicken with a broom handle - I'm sure there's a dodgy video featuring this somewhere but I'm hoping that's not what you mean!

    Reflex - pain in the arse. N1S possetted constantly until 13 months which meant we had an annoying period where he was hurling and then crawling off through it, leaving a nice milky snail trail as he went. Lurvely. You'll be glad to know that one day it suddenly stopped and he's never been troubled again!

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  4. Sounds like you deserve the rest!

    I hopped on over to your blog, as a lurker of almost a year, as I was wondering if you could offer an opinion on the role of your local veterinarian in the care of the poultry or other livestock that you raise. There is more information in my most recent post, and I would really appreciate it if you would stop on by and give it a read-through.

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  5. Sounds like you deserve the rest!

    I hopped on over to your blog, as a lurker of almost a year, as I was wondering if you could offer an opinion on the role of your local veterinarian in the care of the poultry or other livestock that you raise. There is more information in my most recent post, and I would really appreciate it if you would stop on by and give it a read-through.

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