Hallo all: Well a marathon TV day here. Phew. What next I wonder..... Heather: Pepperoni pizza must be the most popular meal among teenagers all over the world. Hope your seagulls have finished banging bones on your roof. Lindybird: Ah yes, the constant bouncing ball. We have one on the street behind us, which doesn't bother me, but I can clearly hear all the yahooing when the guys play. At least the trampoline crowd go to bed earlier. Sorry about G; hate to say that it doesn't sound good... Please put me in line behind AQ for handyman jobs. Must go and see what OH is up to; he's had no input from me all day!
Just popping in to say that I did get my cheque/check today. Thanks for all of your support. I really need to get out of freelancing and get a "real" job. I'm too old for this stress. AQ: I need some of the couch grass to lower my blood pressure. LOL Lindy: I'm so very sorry about your friend. Heather: My car needs washed, and I like cheese pizza. I'll be over soon. LOL!!! AQ: Glad you had a good day. 4 books each. That's a lot! Annette: That hearing was long. I had to start inventing new sweary words. LOL
DIANE - At this stage twins' books usually (!) only have a sentence per page. More picture than text.
In reply to Diane in Indiana:
Diane- I hope your check comes very soon. You shouldn't have to wait after you signed a good faith contract.
Annette- My injuries did not affect my ability to get around (except for a temporary fear of falling every time I ventured out on the ice). They were all to my head and face. Finally fading away.
I also agree with your friend's niece.
Thanks to all who have extended their good wishes.
I usually love winter but I confess to a real desire for this winter to be over and see some grass. Side note: my little stray cat that I started feeding late last fall has survived and thrived through the winter, even during the record breaking -30 degree night, He/she only ventured out of the shelter to eat and headed right back in.
JANE – Glad to hear you are on the mend. I can understand your fear of falling again. Tomorrow PAT is expected in Cairns QLD. The forecast is for a shower or two, min 23 C, max 30, humidity 60%. Humid, ugh.
bjane: Yes, a couple of folks on that committee had me reaching for the mute button. Call me a glutton for punishment, but I'm now watching the PBS News Hour's analyses of Cohen's testimony and the possible implications. Looks like this nightmare will go on and on for the foreseeable future. :-( Don't know when you'll see signs of spring. It's been gray and drizzling most of the day here, with more due on-and-off over the next 10 days. Take care. Diane: So glad you got the check! Seriously, freelance work is very stressful. Been there, done that and can understand the appeal of a 'real' job.
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