Friday, 29 August 2008

Plenty to say - as always!!

Last month I wrote 58 posts. So far this month I'm up to 52 (including this one). I wonder if I'll break the 58 and possibly get up to 60...that must be some kind of record? Surely? I've always been a gobby sod with plenty to say.....(it comes from being brought up in a home with two older brothers and a father who really could talk a glass eye to sleep..I had to fight to make sure I was heard:)...)

(That last paragraph is a screaming invitation for Christian to write some urbane and witty comment...I know he won't disappoint!)

Obviously I'll post some more music videos, and maybe some more pictures...and then there's all my inane ramblings each and every day!!! If I do manage to get up to 60 I shall be expecting many congratulations from my readers, and then that sets the bar for next month. Crikey - my work will be cut out.

I've got a busy weekend ahead - tonight I'm off to Covent Garden, and tomorrow night I'm going for a delicious Indian supper at Su's new house.

I like Covent Garden because it reminds me of that scene from 'Oliver" when they're all singing and throwing huge baskets of red apples and green vegetables around...but because of the early onset of Alzheimers I can't quite remember which song it is?.......I think it might be 'Consider yourself" but I'm not 100% sure (there'll be a comment appearing from Victoria confirming or disagreeing with that later...as she's a huge 'Oliver' fan too).

Actually I may get there early before the market and the shops close and go and buy some lovely food (fatty!).

Right - must dash - got to muck out the horse and walk the dog - and eat (!) lunch before dolling myself up for a night on the town...(The 'dolling up' involves scaffolding and paints and potions of many and varied colours....)


8 comments:

  1. That's quite urbane and witty!

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  2. That's quite urbane and witty!

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  3. Don't you mean - "who will buy?" - I love that too, I need to watch it again now, lucky Christian!!

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  4. Don't you mean - "who will buy?" - I love that too, I need to watch it again now, lucky Christian!!

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  5. No you were right, having just looked at the dvd box, 'consider yourself' is the dancing market one!! - 'who will buy' was at the fancy houses!

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  6. No you were right, having just looked at the dvd box, 'consider yourself' is the dancing market one!! - 'who will buy' was at the fancy houses!

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