I geeded up R to get in touch with Oldest Niece about what to buy Little Em for her third birthday. Oldest Niece texted back, Little Em wants a baby. Well, she will have to wait until July for that, a new sister or brother called Little Andrew, in honour of his great uncle. In the meantime we might buy Little Em some expensive label summer pyjamas. We know that Oldest Niece notices such things as labels and a label is not wasted on her.
Mother bleached the inside of ABI Brother's kettle. After rinsing, it frothed up once when boiled and then a second time. It took the third boil to kill the bleach effect. ABI Brother had barred Mother from using his washing machine, but relented and showed her how it works. She failed and the machine went into a beeping distress mode.
Sister, Bone Doctor and Little Jo return from Bright tomorrow. I think I will now call them Family 3225. My work team manager and her girlfriend were in Bright a week before Family 3225. Dykes and camping. Tedious. But Bright is beautiful.
Day off tomorrow. We will be out early for brunch and great niece birthday shopping, then hunker down at against the heat. Occasionally we will venture onto the balcony, just so that we can remark to each other about how hot it is. We may then well slip into reminisces of air conditioners past. Well, we did actually do that last night. It may not surprise you to know that my memory of useless information about air conditioners from the past is better than R's. In window with expandable sides, Milton Street, 1980, and Waverley Road. In wall air con Prosper Parade and Station Street, and Rosamond Street. Rosamond Street then split system. St Kilda Road, we are on our second split system. Yep, I remember the important things about life.