Hi everyone. At last we're fully moved in to our new place. Much anticipation over when the broadband router would arrive after the couriers lost it (now we've got two) and when the bookshelves, sofa etc. would get here but now it's all finally delivered and assembled. Becky is thrilled with the place overall and especially the living room and I must say I have started a new love affair with the new sumptuous cream sofa. We wouldn't have gone for that colour but when somethings reduced from £500 to £250 and it's that good, well what can a man do? We originally bought one (new) off of that ebay and when we put it together I was astounded at how thoroughly uncomfortable it was. You didn't so much sink into it, as sit upright on it and gradually slide off. Never mind. It's sitting (no pun intended but I'll take them where I can.) in a church reception now and the'yre thrilled at the donation. It works quite well in that setting, but as a living room sofa? Nada, nine, nyet, negative captain, noooo!
I did about the 45th wedding this year at Bosham Sailing club on Saturday night and it didn't stop raining for more than 5 minutes all night! unusual weather indeed. Luckily the 5 minutes it stopped for were the 5 minutes that it took me to load the van at the end of the gig. I still got wet though. I was trying to have a fag every hour and a half or so and the back of the the gig is a marquee. Trouble with that is, when you lean out in the rain you get great drops of water falling on your head as there's no gutter on these things. I ended up just going out and standing in the damn rain as I just got less soaked that way. I must say there are definite advantages to having a shaved head. No one can tell when you've been out in it. You look the bloody same but for a bit of shine. No hair to get messed up and no barbers bills either. Get up in the morning and nothing to do except brush your teeth have a couple of mouthfuls of berries (cereal makes you fat. - It took me 43 years to learn that!), some double cream (it's ok without the carbs) and off out the door! this really appeals to my male sense of urgency and slight laziness. Of course when the ladies' coming out with me, it's best to settle down into the said comfy sofa and read war and peace whilst you wait for all the preperation that you don't have to do, to be done by the afore mentioned. Most women have some hair and make-up and they have my empathy...even if I do get frustrated and resort to pacing up and down the flat, not quite having enough time to do anything substantial but having a bit too much time to hang about not doing anything substantial.
Oh by the way, (meanwhile back at the ranch) the bride and groom Sue and paul were caught out by the taxi firm and I ended up giving them a lift home. That's the first time I've had a bride and groom in the passenger seat of the Expert or any other van. I really should have taken a picture, but you don't think of these things at the time do you? Hi to you both if you're reading this. And thanks for the review.
Well this is the "dry season" coming up now so I guess we might get to go out a bit our selves on a few weekends. Beckies' dying to see me do some karaoke as I still love to sing when I can, all be it a bit rusty now. That being said, if you want to book me I'll happily stand her up and do your party instead as, well...Rent has to be paid and all that.
Thank that sounds cruel? Then you don't know how much this place is to rent! believe me, she understands.
Until next time, Have a great week and don't work too hard, unless it's really worth it of course!