This is Misty Books!!
I was out when they phoned the first time.
They left a message on the answer phone apparently.
As usual I never listened to it.
Well you don’t do you? It’s usually PPI, or double glazing, or that bloke from Sky I’m having a row with – still!
Then someone called round.
With a friend.
The neighbour told them I’d gone into town. He said they seemed a bit put out even though he’d said that he thought that I wouldn’t be long.
In fact, he told me later that he thought he’d heard one of them mutter, ‘bollocks!‘ under his breath.
I got a couple of texts on the mobile. ‘Ring! Urgently!‘ they said. But my battery was nearly flat so I put it off.
Unfortunately the emails they sent went straight to ‘junk‘. I never look in there – do you?
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This is Tales From the Cabbage Patch!
Today I am grateful that Xpresspost (Canada Post’s supposedly fast, cost-effective service with tracking and on-time guarantees) finally got it right. Late, to be sure, but right in the end. This is one of those stories that my father surely would have told about one of his friends had it happened to them so I am confident that I would have his approval to share this story with you.
Laughter‘, my father was a paranoid schizophrenic and an alcoholic. When he was compliant with his medications, he was a happy fella who loved to play the fiddle, tell stories, a few jokes and the odd outlandish tale. He had the greatest laugh to go along with all those jokes and stories. In his heart of hearts, he was your typical…
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Here’s how to network your blog. The work is done for you, all you have to do is LIKE, COMMENT and FOLLOW others. The more you network with other blogs, the more other blogs will network with you!
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This is Maria Jansson Photography!
So I have been away from the blogging world for about a week. I mentioned in my last post that I had to find other living arrangements. Several of my friends immediately offered me a room in their house. I’m very grateful for that, I am blessed to have many wonderful, amazing friends, but if possible I like having a place of my own. I’ve lived by myself for almost 20 years now, I kind of like it. I looked at a few rental properties. After some thinking, and considering that I have to be out of the house ASAP (before the end of this weekend,) I had to get started on something. I decided to buy an old RV, and make it nice.
It looked horrible on the inside when I got it, full of crap, everything from diapers to broken furniture etc. I bought it because the frame was good, the electric…
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“Irregardless” is not a word. Stop using it.
Let me ask you a question:
If you could do one thing today to make someone’s day, would you do it? If so, why are you waiting?