I've managed to keep on top of the word-related work, too, which fortunately has been quiet this week. On the other hand, that means earnings have also been down, and I've had to have a lock replaced and a leaky roof fixed. Next job is to tart up the living room where the rain poured in, and after that the rendering on the whole house needs sorting.
A couple of things have made me smile, however. First, I have generously passed on my germs to my husband who is so muddle-headed with cold that he was out of the front door yesterday before he realised he was still wearing his slippers. Second, I spotted a nice bit of shelf-stacking in Morrisons. Whoever thought it was a good idea to put a tower of wine at the end of the nappy display should get a medal.
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Sorry to hear about your cold and the house repairs. That's a big bundle of ugh. But it's nice to see you still have your sense of humor. Funny about your hubby's slippers and the wine! Hope you're both well soon.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lexa. We're pulling ourselves together and going to a comedy do tonight, which should be just the tonic.Delete
Oh your poor hubby. Hope he's going to be better soon. No, I don't know that song either.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, Marilyn.Delete
Good old Morrisons - someone obviously knows what it's like! Hope your cold clears up soon - the weather here in the middle of England has been really sunny so I'm hoping colds will be held at bay for a while! Special Teaching at Pempi’s PalaceReplyDelete
Thanks for taking the time to comment. I'm in the English Midlands, too. :-)Delete
I think you should have left him and seen how far he got. I once went to school (as a teacher) wearing one black boot and one brown.ReplyDelete
Glad you survived the week! I don't think I've heard of that song, unless I might recognise it if I heard it.ReplyDelete