Monday, July 21, 2014

The Personal

Just to record, dinner out on Saturday night with the Brighton Antique Dealer and our friends at a restaurant in Bay Street. Champers and nibbles at BAD's place before and coffee and chocolates after. The pompous black American, B was there for the champers, but he does not dine until 10pm, and so did not join us for dinner. He is quite amusing. Guided tour of BAD's old rich person's retirement place for the benefit of out Brother Friends.

Sunday lunch at the Dick Whittington Hotel for Little Jo's seventh birthday. A great time with family and later with Hippy Niece, Sister and Little Jo to St Kilda Botanic Gardens. Maybe some photos from there later.

Hippy Niece came back with us to stay the night as she had a specialist allergy appointment the next morning nearby. It was a pleasant evening, pick up Thai food, and in the morning after fruit toast, we all set off on foot, she to her appointment and us to mine in Prahran. For once cogs merged well. Within half an hour I had been to the doctor's, had a haircut and been to the chemist and we were on the bus back home.

Home briefly and then took the car for a clean. Home again and two loads of washing done and it was only 1.30. Relax for the the rest of the day.


8 comments:

  1. You lead a busy life.

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    1. Diane, last weekend we did nothing and probably little next weekend. Just how it works out at times.

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  2. You lead a very very busy life. Dinner only at 10pm? Not for me. It would throw my time clock out completely.

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    1. Same here EC. I doubt I would sleep but then the chap who eats then also goes to be very late, like 2am.

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  3. I do like days where all the cogs mesh well. If only they could happen more often.

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    1. It is a good feeling, River.

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  4. Good times when everything falls into place! Happy belated 7th birthday wishes to Little Jo, gosh they grown up quickly n'est pas!

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    1. Grace, they do grow so quickly. Take note. Before you know it, your grandchild will be seven years old, and you will be seven years older. It is scary.

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