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... when and how to wash our hands??
Back to reality.
* Piles of post and junk mail to wade through
* A lawn in urgent need of attention
* A letter rejecting my planning application
* A loo with no water in it at all
* A broken wing mirror on the car... (very odd as it was parked in my car port off the road)...
... oh, and the best welcome home of all, the largest, hairiest spider you have ever seen, lurking in the bath!
... by relieving the ownership of a Stubbs painting, Horse Attacked by Lion, from her old boss. Went went over the maps of the three floors of office we would need to tackle, quickly seeing that we would need to divide into two teams to complete the first objectives.
I would take one team, The Lamb, Shefield and Bootcut, onto the 2nd floor. Disguised as cleaners we were to seek out the safe and prepare for exiting into the stairway that wasn't patroled to get up onto the ...
... walked around it slowly. Honestly, no one reported any strange or powerful aura around it. We did appreciate the significance that it must have had to people long ago. We also got a kick out of seeing Sharon live out something that she never imagined she would get to do.
The trip was long. We grabbed something to eat once we got back to the city and called it a day.
... on the space age looking egg shaped swing? We headed over to a big department store to try on ridiculous clothes. We tried Sherlock Holmes trench coats, attempting to look sexy but utterly failing send us into hysterics. Next stop on our modeling rampage was hats and fascinator aisle. We tried on hats left and right, photos were taken and poses were struck. It was so much fun. I had to laugh at some of the hats they sell, that people would even consider buying something like that. ...
... pottering around in their cosy little suburban nest.
Don't be fooled because they are not that couple. I can already hear the Egyptian curse that June will be sending my way, for even suggesting that they are an "older couple", and I am going to have to be careful using stairs for a while, in case I fall over for some reason.
It was wonderful to meet Colin and June at my age (last time I was a 13 year old), and catch up with ...