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Hmmm. That lacks a certain oomph factor. It is certainly a grey day revealing little anyway. I can still see little bits of snow at the edge of the fields, so that in olde wives' terms means more to come. As long as it waits until late next week, I won't mind.

Small sports update. Sunderland now have two more injured players. David Meyler who just came back from a serious injury before Christmas, tore a knee ligament and is out for the season again. Poor lad. That will be over a year he has missed. At least he's young but he's such a good player with Henderson it limits our resources. Then Danny Welbeck tore his hamstring and that is usually a month to recover. So we now have around 10 first team players unavailable: You're only allowed 25 players plus youth team nowadays so we can barely get a bench out. At least it is the cup on Saturday. Bruce may wash his hands of that with all these injuries. We don't want our resources stretched any further.

Out: Turner, Welbeck, Meyler, Mensah, Cattermole, Onuoha, Campbell, and Zenden suspended after two yellow cards last night. All of them are starters or first alternate if someone is injured. I hope it doesn't scupper our best season in 10 years. We have had to shuffle all of the defence and we still have 11 clean sheets out of 22 games played. That is only equalld by Manchester City. It's better than Manchester Utd. and they are top!

The other news today is that Paul Collingwood is retiring from Test cricket from tomorrow, the last day of the Ashes series. It's a good way to go out and the best time as he has had a disappointing go with the bat this series. He is an excellent fielder though and that will be hard to replace. Also as a part time bowler it's nice that the last ball he bowled took the wicket of Michael Hussey who had been a thorn in England's side this series.






Now I'm sure you're all aware, because I tell you every time I post about him, that Paul was a pupil at the school where I worked and I knew him and his brother very well. In fact, the last time he was in school to do a bit of coaching, he recognised me and spoke. (I'm such a fangirl). So this feels like the end of an era as he is the last of the famous people who went to our school. Let's hope the Sports College status pays off in the future, because we were just an ordinary comprehensive when he attended. My friend Trevor, who I used to go to the football matches with, taught him the GCSE years and so he has got a pass in GCSE English should he need it.

David Gower was very complimentary about how well Paul spoke this morning when Nasser Hussein interviewd him and it was a really good honest self assessment of what he had achieved in his Test career including his short comings. He was never a fluent batsman and most of his innings were built on graft and determination. His best was a memorable 206 in Adelaide in the last Ashes tour when England were whitewashed 5 - 0. It was definitely the stand out moment in that terrible series. He has also taken some magnificent catches including one of many one handed leaps to get Ricky Ponting in the last test. Here are 3 examples to show the skill.






Good luck Paul, and I look forward to you turning out more for Durham this season. He might get to a few Sunderland matches too. He is a fan.
mistletoe: (Default)
Hmmm. That lacks a certain oomph factor. It is certainly a grey day revealing little anyway. I can still see little bits of snow at the edge of the fields, so that in olde wives' terms means more to come. As long as it waits until late next week, I won't mind.

Small sports update. Sunderland now have two more injured players. David Meyler who just came back from a serious injury before Christmas, tore a knee ligament and is out for the season again. Poor lad. That will be over a year he has missed. At least he's young but he's such a good player with Henderson it limits our resources. Then Danny Welbeck tore his hamstring and that is usually a month to recover. So we now have around 10 first team players unavailable: You're only allowed 25 players plus youth team nowadays so we can barely get a bench out. At least it is the cup on Saturday. Bruce may wash his hands of that with all these injuries. We don't want our resources stretched any further.

Out: Turner, Welbeck, Meyler, Mensah, Cattermole, Onuoha, Campbell, and Zenden suspended after two yellow cards last night. All of them are starters or first alternate if someone is injured. I hope it doesn't scupper our best season in 10 years. We have had to shuffle all of the defence and we still have 11 clean sheets out of 22 games played. That is only equalld by Manchester City. It's better than Manchester Utd. and they are top!

The other news today is that Paul Collingwood is retiring from Test cricket from tomorrow, the last day of the Ashes series. It's a good way to go out and the best time as he has had a disappointing go with the bat this series. He is an excellent fielder though and that will be hard to replace. Also as a part time bowler it's nice that the last ball he bowled took the wicket of Michael Hussey who had been a thorn in England's side this series.






Now I'm sure you're all aware, because I tell you every time I post about him, that Paul was a pupil at the school where I worked and I knew him and his brother very well. In fact, the last time he was in school to do a bit of coaching, he recognised me and spoke. (I'm such a fangirl). So this feels like the end of an era as he is the last of the famous people who went to our school. Let's hope the Sports College status pays off in the future, because we were just an ordinary comprehensive when he attended. My friend Trevor, who I used to go to the football matches with, taught him the GCSE years and so he has got a pass in GCSE English should he need it.

David Gower was very complimentary about how well Paul spoke this morning when Nasser Hussein interviewd him and it was a really good honest self assessment of what he had achieved in his Test career including his short comings. He was never a fluent batsman and most of his innings were built on graft and determination. His best was a memorable 206 in Adelaide in the last Ashes tour when England were whitewashed 5 - 0. It was definitely the stand out moment in that terrible series. He has also taken some magnificent catches including one of many one handed leaps to get Ricky Ponting in the last test. Here are 3 examples to show the skill.






Good luck Paul, and I look forward to you turning out more for Durham this season. He might get to a few Sunderland matches too. He is a fan.

Stand by

May. 18th, 2009 08:24 pm
mistletoe: (channel changer Booth)
Thursday 21 May 8.00 p.m. BBC 1. I am on the telly. It's Pick of the Week for gawd's sake. Must be a slow week. Anyway, if you want to know what I look like, I'm the fat one, and yes, that is my house with the pictures of David Duchovny, though they cut the picture I drew of Mr B. Soulless.

Playing the Part starring Denise Welch.

Stand by

May. 18th, 2009 08:24 pm
mistletoe: (channel changer Booth)
Thursday 21 May 8.00 p.m. BBC 1. I am on the telly. It's Pick of the Week for gawd's sake. Must be a slow week. Anyway, if you want to know what I look like, I'm the fat one, and yes, that is my house with the pictures of David Duchovny, though they cut the picture I drew of Mr B. Soulless.

Playing the Part starring Denise Welch.

mistletoe: (asleep)
Well one week into the EVENT as I am now calling it and things aren't too bad although I am going to get really tired of these trousers that are wide legged and comfy that I was luckily wearing on the day of the EVENT and so did not have to get cut off me.

Today I have been on my own ALL day. This means I could please myself so I have been catching up with flist reading and sorting out my fantasy football teams. I made my own breakfast and lunch. The secret of my success is a carrier bag and a sandwich box along with a weetiny kitchen.

I also got through to the doctor's surgery to sort out my sick note. Needless to say my doctor is away on holiday but the receptionist was very helpful and said she would backdate it to today when she gets back from wherever she is on Monday. So that will just have to be picked up by somebody next week.

I also cancelled my dental hygienist appointment in February and I think that's all the urgent stuff done. Couldn't get through to my head teacher though so I await her call.

When Pat came yesterday she said that the Playing the Part DVD had arrived in school so some people had watched it. She hopes to bring a copy for me to watch. I will let you know how it goes. I had to sign all sorts of disclaimers of course but I was paid for my participation. £1. I wonder how much she got? Anyway, my house made it into the show but I'm not allowed to tell you that. Or something.

Now I just have to wait until tomorrow morning to get hold of new Bones episodes. I've been looking at the latest piccies of David from various public appearances and I have to say he looks a bit tired, or not very well, or 39 going on 40 *gasp*

On that note: Middle age is when anything new you feel is most likely to be a symptom
I need two paracetamol.

mistletoe: (asleep)
Well one week into the EVENT as I am now calling it and things aren't too bad although I am going to get really tired of these trousers that are wide legged and comfy that I was luckily wearing on the day of the EVENT and so did not have to get cut off me.

Today I have been on my own ALL day. This means I could please myself so I have been catching up with flist reading and sorting out my fantasy football teams. I made my own breakfast and lunch. The secret of my success is a carrier bag and a sandwich box along with a weetiny kitchen.

I also got through to the doctor's surgery to sort out my sick note. Needless to say my doctor is away on holiday but the receptionist was very helpful and said she would backdate it to today when she gets back from wherever she is on Monday. So that will just have to be picked up by somebody next week.

I also cancelled my dental hygienist appointment in February and I think that's all the urgent stuff done. Couldn't get through to my head teacher though so I await her call.

When Pat came yesterday she said that the Playing the Part DVD had arrived in school so some people had watched it. She hopes to bring a copy for me to watch. I will let you know how it goes. I had to sign all sorts of disclaimers of course but I was paid for my participation. £1. I wonder how much she got? Anyway, my house made it into the show but I'm not allowed to tell you that. Or something.

Now I just have to wait until tomorrow morning to get hold of new Bones episodes. I've been looking at the latest piccies of David from various public appearances and I have to say he looks a bit tired, or not very well, or 39 going on 40 *gasp*

On that note: Middle age is when anything new you feel is most likely to be a symptom
I need two paracetamol.

She's gone

Nov. 21st, 2008 05:52 pm
mistletoe: (My brain hurts)
Oh my. Terribly lovey goodbyes today as Denise departed for her own stamping ground. I don't know how I got through this day. I think I lost touch with reality, such as it was, at about 8.30 this morning. I was so tired I could barely string words together.  What a way to spend my anniversary week.

Anyway, I asked Kevin the toyboy, what he was doing next week and he told me he's working with George Alagiah (sorry not sure how to spell his name) on a programme for BBC 2 about food shortage so he should be going to Africa. Bit of a come down from our neck of the woods. And he had shaved! So I got a lovely kiss when they left at lunchtime.

This afternoon, during last lesson, there was a knock at my classroom door and there was a teaching assistant with a huge bouquet of flowers, one of several given to us all who had been so involved in the show. It must have cost £50. I left it in the car for my mam to have tomorrow because I don't have enough vases for all the flowers, ferns and miniature fake apples. It was a SERIOUS bouquet. I think I strained my wrist carrying it out.

Now I just have to get the inspection lesson ready for Monday afternoon when we get the judgement that really counts. Will the agony never end? No because then I have to go for a mammogram. Hey ho.

There was snow on the car this morning and the temperature barely got above freezing. And that was just in my classroom. The Arctic blast is on our side of the building from the North west so I am pleased to be home in the warm.

I am still considering my reaction to this week's Bones and I see next week's doesn't have the series link marker on Sky+ so it must be the last one probably until the New Year. Shame. I haven't been as down on this season as some people after the first 2 episodes. Some of them have been really good and I think David has been terrific. Even Sweets has grown on me and Cam is a really assured actress. Anyway, I've been entertained in a lowbrow sort of way.

She's gone

Nov. 21st, 2008 05:52 pm
mistletoe: (My brain hurts)
Oh my. Terribly lovey goodbyes today as Denise departed for her own stamping ground. I don't know how I got through this day. I think I lost touch with reality, such as it was, at about 8.30 this morning. I was so tired I could barely string words together.  What a way to spend my anniversary week.

Anyway, I asked Kevin the toyboy, what he was doing next week and he told me he's working with George Alagiah (sorry not sure how to spell his name) on a programme for BBC 2 about food shortage so he should be going to Africa. Bit of a come down from our neck of the woods. And he had shaved! So I got a lovely kiss when they left at lunchtime.

This afternoon, during last lesson, there was a knock at my classroom door and there was a teaching assistant with a huge bouquet of flowers, one of several given to us all who had been so involved in the show. It must have cost £50. I left it in the car for my mam to have tomorrow because I don't have enough vases for all the flowers, ferns and miniature fake apples. It was a SERIOUS bouquet. I think I strained my wrist carrying it out.

Now I just have to get the inspection lesson ready for Monday afternoon when we get the judgement that really counts. Will the agony never end? No because then I have to go for a mammogram. Hey ho.

There was snow on the car this morning and the temperature barely got above freezing. And that was just in my classroom. The Arctic blast is on our side of the building from the North west so I am pleased to be home in the warm.

I am still considering my reaction to this week's Bones and I see next week's doesn't have the series link marker on Sky+ so it must be the last one probably until the New Year. Shame. I haven't been as down on this season as some people after the first 2 episodes. Some of them have been really good and I think David has been terrific. Even Sweets has grown on me and Cam is a really assured actress. Anyway, I've been entertained in a lowbrow sort of way.

mistletoe: (What? ani)
You know, they don't say that. OK today Denise came round to my house complete with camera crew and gofers and director lady. So I shot out of school, called at the local Co-op for a bottle of wine, mixed salad for tomorrow and a packet of cigs because there was no time to go to Tesco's and rushed home. I washed up in twilight because I haven't been able to wash up all week as the light in my kitchen has decided not to work and I haven't been home in daylight this week to try and fix it. I shoved anything that was lying about into a cardboard box in the spare room, put the kettle on and two carloads of them arrived. Needless to say I had to fake Denise's entrance with  BIG HUG on the doorstep and then upstairs to my flat. There followed a free-flowing chat(sic), a glass of wine and the arrival of the gofers with a bottle of Jacob's Creek 'cos I said I didn't have any in.

Then off to the restaurant, (under the gaze of ogling neighbours wondering why there was a camera crew coming out of my house) who opened early so we could have a jolly drink with Denise round a table. Finally, the cameras stopped and we could eat. Denise signed their wall so they could flaunt it later and was photographed with various diners. Got home at 20 to 9!!!!

So download of this week's Bones happened while it was airing on Sky1. I won't bother with a cut for spoilers 'cos there aren't any. It was OK.

mistletoe: (What? ani)
You know, they don't say that. OK today Denise came round to my house complete with camera crew and gofers and director lady. So I shot out of school, called at the local Co-op for a bottle of wine, mixed salad for tomorrow and a packet of cigs because there was no time to go to Tesco's and rushed home. I washed up in twilight because I haven't been able to wash up all week as the light in my kitchen has decided not to work and I haven't been home in daylight this week to try and fix it. I shoved anything that was lying about into a cardboard box in the spare room, put the kettle on and two carloads of them arrived. Needless to say I had to fake Denise's entrance with  BIG HUG on the doorstep and then upstairs to my flat. There followed a free-flowing chat(sic), a glass of wine and the arrival of the gofers with a bottle of Jacob's Creek 'cos I said I didn't have any in.

Then off to the restaurant, (under the gaze of ogling neighbours wondering why there was a camera crew coming out of my house) who opened early so we could have a jolly drink with Denise round a table. Finally, the cameras stopped and we could eat. Denise signed their wall so they could flaunt it later and was photographed with various diners. Got home at 20 to 9!!!!

So download of this week's Bones happened while it was airing on Sky1. I won't bother with a cut for spoilers 'cos there aren't any. It was OK.

mistletoe: (Pouty Booth)
Oooh I missed the meltdown yesterday! *pout* And there was one today I missed too. *double pout* Bah even. Apparently, there was an anxiety attack on Denise's part with a touch of 'I vaaant to be aloooone' thrown in. Instead of girding her loins and getting in front of a class on time, she was slouching against the tennis court fence with I can't go on trembling on her lips. It was just like The Dresser. God actors are so insecure. Makes you sick.

Anyway, I was on my way to a meeting after school when I was cornered in the staff room so I could listen to her rant about how totally unfair the whole thing was. She should have had the backup an NQT has (Newly Qualified Teacher). The fact that she hadn't actually done any home preparation kind of negated that, along with the fact that we had prepared lesson plans for her that she chose to ignore so she could chat to the kids. My response to the rant? Teachers don't have social lives. Snerk. So we are going with her to Valentino's tomorrow. I hope she's paying. There was talk of a champagne thank you in the pub before that so we can be filmed faking fawning with our tearful farewells.

My Season 3 Bones DVDs arrived today and I am pleased to say it was not the 3 disc rip-off HMV released in August but the full pretzel of Season 3, first 4 episodes of Season 4, extras and gag reel. Don't know when I'll have time to watch them.

Here's one for you bad!fic writers: heterography - spelling that differs from current usage; 'incorrect' spelling. Irregular and inconsistant spelling. e.g. English.

On reflection bad!fic writers just can't spell.



mistletoe: (Pouty Booth)
Oooh I missed the meltdown yesterday! *pout* And there was one today I missed too. *double pout* Bah even. Apparently, there was an anxiety attack on Denise's part with a touch of 'I vaaant to be aloooone' thrown in. Instead of girding her loins and getting in front of a class on time, she was slouching against the tennis court fence with I can't go on trembling on her lips. It was just like The Dresser. God actors are so insecure. Makes you sick.

Anyway, I was on my way to a meeting after school when I was cornered in the staff room so I could listen to her rant about how totally unfair the whole thing was. She should have had the backup an NQT has (Newly Qualified Teacher). The fact that she hadn't actually done any home preparation kind of negated that, along with the fact that we had prepared lesson plans for her that she chose to ignore so she could chat to the kids. My response to the rant? Teachers don't have social lives. Snerk. So we are going with her to Valentino's tomorrow. I hope she's paying. There was talk of a champagne thank you in the pub before that so we can be filmed faking fawning with our tearful farewells.

My Season 3 Bones DVDs arrived today and I am pleased to say it was not the 3 disc rip-off HMV released in August but the full pretzel of Season 3, first 4 episodes of Season 4, extras and gag reel. Don't know when I'll have time to watch them.

Here's one for you bad!fic writers: heterography - spelling that differs from current usage; 'incorrect' spelling. Irregular and inconsistant spelling. e.g. English.

On reflection bad!fic writers just can't spell.



mistletoe: (What? ani)
A day in the Copthorne Hotel after a safe journey to Newcastle. I only got lost whilst trying to find the car park. As anticipated, the lunch was excellent: 4 choices of main course (chicken, salmon, bacon loin or mushroom stroganoff with various veg.) and 3 of dessert (fresh fruit salad, cheese and biscuits or ice cream) . I had the bacon loin with mash, string beans and dijon mustard sauce followed by home made coconut ice cream, honey sauce and those wafer straw things. Delightful.

The day was a rattle through the new AF and Renewed curriculum. The presenter was full of bright ideas. You can tell these people don't actually teach but sit around coming up with thrill a minute lessons that are one offs. Swoop in; do a two hour special and swoop out again.

We had a shorter lunch break so we could finish earlier but it finished at 3.30 as per the agenda so that was a bummer as I had to leave some of my ice cream. They served it last and by the time we got it the honey sauce had solidified the dish was so cold. Anyway, I set off just after 3.30 and, having taken a wrong turning, came home the top road. So I got home at 4.10 having missed the west bound traffic. Well done me.

I had to sit around twiddling my thumbs while the site moved itself from San Francisco to Montana or wherever before I could post to keep up the month of posting.

Don't know how things went with Denise today but we are going to Valentino's on Thursday with no cameras. Except  mine of course.

Here! I forgot to mention my anniversary yesterday. 14 years ago today I was in the HDU of Newcastle General Hospital after my meningioma was removed from the olfactory nerve in my brain. It meant 7 months of convalescence and a further operation to mend the hole left by the growth in my skull, but it was worth it, because I am still here; without a sense of smell, or sight in one eye, but here. Gratefully. So, if I whinge or moan about my lot, I need to remember what might have been: not being here to whinge and moan.

OK. Bless us all!
mistletoe: (What? ani)
A day in the Copthorne Hotel after a safe journey to Newcastle. I only got lost whilst trying to find the car park. As anticipated, the lunch was excellent: 4 choices of main course (chicken, salmon, bacon loin or mushroom stroganoff with various veg.) and 3 of dessert (fresh fruit salad, cheese and biscuits or ice cream) . I had the bacon loin with mash, string beans and dijon mustard sauce followed by home made coconut ice cream, honey sauce and those wafer straw things. Delightful.

The day was a rattle through the new AF and Renewed curriculum. The presenter was full of bright ideas. You can tell these people don't actually teach but sit around coming up with thrill a minute lessons that are one offs. Swoop in; do a two hour special and swoop out again.

We had a shorter lunch break so we could finish earlier but it finished at 3.30 as per the agenda so that was a bummer as I had to leave some of my ice cream. They served it last and by the time we got it the honey sauce had solidified the dish was so cold. Anyway, I set off just after 3.30 and, having taken a wrong turning, came home the top road. So I got home at 4.10 having missed the west bound traffic. Well done me.

I had to sit around twiddling my thumbs while the site moved itself from San Francisco to Montana or wherever before I could post to keep up the month of posting.

Don't know how things went with Denise today but we are going to Valentino's on Thursday with no cameras. Except  mine of course.

Here! I forgot to mention my anniversary yesterday. 14 years ago today I was in the HDU of Newcastle General Hospital after my meningioma was removed from the olfactory nerve in my brain. It meant 7 months of convalescence and a further operation to mend the hole left by the growth in my skull, but it was worth it, because I am still here; without a sense of smell, or sight in one eye, but here. Gratefully. So, if I whinge or moan about my lot, I need to remember what might have been: not being here to whinge and moan.

OK. Bless us all!

Day 1

Nov. 17th, 2008 06:36 pm
mistletoe: (asleep)
I am shattered. Went into work at 7.45 am this morning to welcome Denise in. She and her entourage arrived at 8.15am. By 8.20 we were miked up and doing the welcome. Then along to Christine's room for more meeting, greeting and chitchat. To the hall next where Denise got all weepy about this being where her career started. By now we had cancelled our regular meeting to accommodate her needs. Made her a cup of tea with borrowed teabag and milk.

Thence to me doing my registration while Yvette took over the chaperoning. She finally got in front of a class sometime round 2nd lesson and they froze apparently, hardly any response from them at all. After break she had my class. She hadn't arrived so I started a lesson when in they swept at 11.45, 15 minutes late. I left her to it as I was beginning to flag, having been wide awake since 4.40 am. When I went back, there seemed to be mayhem going on in the classroom as she did some drama group work with comedy versions of fairy stories. I think the kids enjoyed it though it bore no resemblance to my lesson plan.

I don't know what she did this afternoon but I bet she was tired. I feel all gritty eyed anyway. No update tomorrow as I am out on a skive very important meeting based on the SATs we no longer have to do. It's a trip to Newcastle anyway and, if it's crap a waste of my valuable time, I'll go Christmas shopping. I'm thinking of getting a new phone for Christmas.

Day 1

Nov. 17th, 2008 06:36 pm
mistletoe: (asleep)
I am shattered. Went into work at 7.45 am this morning to welcome Denise in. She and her entourage arrived at 8.15am. By 8.20 we were miked up and doing the welcome. Then along to Christine's room for more meeting, greeting and chitchat. To the hall next where Denise got all weepy about this being where her career started. By now we had cancelled our regular meeting to accommodate her needs. Made her a cup of tea with borrowed teabag and milk.

Thence to me doing my registration while Yvette took over the chaperoning. She finally got in front of a class sometime round 2nd lesson and they froze apparently, hardly any response from them at all. After break she had my class. She hadn't arrived so I started a lesson when in they swept at 11.45, 15 minutes late. I left her to it as I was beginning to flag, having been wide awake since 4.40 am. When I went back, there seemed to be mayhem going on in the classroom as she did some drama group work with comedy versions of fairy stories. I think the kids enjoyed it though it bore no resemblance to my lesson plan.

I don't know what she did this afternoon but I bet she was tired. I feel all gritty eyed anyway. No update tomorrow as I am out on a skive very important meeting based on the SATs we no longer have to do. It's a trip to Newcastle anyway and, if it's crap a waste of my valuable time, I'll go Christmas shopping. I'm thinking of getting a new phone for Christmas.

Hmmm

Nov. 16th, 2008 07:47 pm
mistletoe: (A bad hair day)
Two hours wasted round at Denise Welch's rented house this afternoon. Rita the director is a bitch not very nice person. I felt quite sorry for Denise. I was miked up and filmed without any preparation or direction as to what to talk about. Denise clearly has no idea how a teacher operates and has done minimal preparation with the lessons we prepared for her. She has some airy-fairy ideas about talking with the kiddies and expecting them to have read Hello! or being interested in it. She has to make it entertaining of course, but I can see not much being done in the way of useful stuff for us. And we have the English inspection on the 24th.

Also, I had to stand around in the cold while they sorted things out inside. I did a ring the doorbell and be all old friendy with Denise when I got inside. Didn't even ask me to take my coat off. I'm pleased I'm at a meeting on Tuesday.

Hmmm

Nov. 16th, 2008 07:47 pm
mistletoe: (A bad hair day)
Two hours wasted round at Denise Welch's rented house this afternoon. Rita the director is a bitch not very nice person. I felt quite sorry for Denise. I was miked up and filmed without any preparation or direction as to what to talk about. Denise clearly has no idea how a teacher operates and has done minimal preparation with the lessons we prepared for her. She has some airy-fairy ideas about talking with the kiddies and expecting them to have read Hello! or being interested in it. She has to make it entertaining of course, but I can see not much being done in the way of useful stuff for us. And we have the English inspection on the 24th.

Also, I had to stand around in the cold while they sorted things out inside. I did a ring the doorbell and be all old friendy with Denise when I got inside. Didn't even ask me to take my coat off. I'm pleased I'm at a meeting on Tuesday.

mistletoe: (butthead)
Been mucked about already. Arrangements made last evening for me and my head teacher to meet with Denise at the local posh hotel have transmogrified to just me popping in for a chat at the place she is renting. Why bother?
mistletoe: (butthead)
Been mucked about already. Arrangements made last evening for me and my head teacher to meet with Denise at the local posh hotel have transmogrified to just me popping in for a chat at the place she is renting. Why bother?

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