July 30, 2013

Ordinary (Kinda) Days (7)

Yo!  Managing at last to get back at the keys!  My morning started off really well.   Put a bit of a new lighter, circular, brand bread in the toaster and listened out for the pop.  When returning to the kitchen it was nowhere to be seen!  Praying that we don't have a poltergoost (yes, I know the spelling is wrong but it's Eddie & Ritchie grammar we revert to in our pad once visitors have flown) I found it in the wash bowl with the soapy dishes.  That must have been some jump!  Back to the less energetic loaf  then!

Later on, I read on Facebook that my younger son was ' considering a tattoo '  round his neck.   If so, that should be quite a helpful guide when it comes to throttling him.   I'm hoping it's simply been a case of  Facebook 'Frape' (where someone edits your information ect, if you forget to log out!)

 Next, I accidentally knocked a kid off his bike while crossing the park as I had my iPod on at mugging level.   Didn't cry long,  and there was no irate parent around, so I got off with that one not too badly.   I thought twice about offering him hush money.  And didn't.



Oh, and my youngest moved the love of his life into the spare room this afternoon.  What a win for Anadin.........





 Finally, the doctor gave me the exciting news that I've to have a bowel op in November to straighten out a kink that's been giving me gyp, but apart from that, suicidal bread and bad grammar,  it's been just an ordinary affair today has!

oh..... I start my art classes next week.   I'm sure they'd be happy for me to bring in a empty  bottle of red wine for my still life intro item.........
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6 comments:

Rob From Amersfoort said...

If it's up to me you keep running over those pesky little kids in the park. Don't offer them money, you should blackmail them into giving you their lunch money!

Steven Cain said...

That is some amazing toast.

Scumbag Sam said...

Oh art classes? Exciting, hope you'll be posting pictures? :)

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I remember thinking I knew everything at age 24...looking back, not so much :)

richard said...

knocked a kid off his bike? shame on you!

Kathy said...

Well this was highly entertaining. You surely live quite the adventure don't you?

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com