Deja Vu
Dream drama.
dame too.
Wish I could find some 'D's to
describe how they bend time
and solve the crime.
but can't.
Maybe I'm just a

Sun and Showers

missed all the wet bits
today at Felbrigg Hall.
Haven't taken any pics for ages
so thought I would
and show them here for a change.
No youngest member of the family
but the three of us got some good fresh air
followed by the best gammon and eggs
The hollow tree is still there.
Went inside for the first time about 20
years ago.

London Wall
Is a street - which is a bit bizarre
But I walked down it
and Clarkendale Road
and Cheapside
and Holban Viaduct
and various other streets
with equally strange names.
But walking beats the tube,
which Madonna hates so much,
but for me it was just because I
wanted some fresh air
and I had enough time
and I want to remain a picture
of stunning fitness and beauty.

I enjoyed the trip
met some good people
and felt slightly guilty that I had a seat
on the train
when hundreds didn't.
But I was working on my laptop!

was the name of the TV
show I watched
tonight, series 4
housewives and it was
maybe because of the
writers strike thing in
the States, or maybe
I'm just tired of the same
old story lines
hey hoe it was probably
better than the football
thing where England
lost to France. Still
I managed to top up
my mobile thing whilst on
line. it's so easy to
spend money on the
net. and I also managed to
find out where I'm going tomorrow
which is somewhere in Central
Night Night all.

Winter Garden
This a garden
that has colour in
although today
was officially
It was cold enough for
and we had snow too.
This is the scene at
Anglesey Abbey.
The colour is
white. (if that's a colour)
The colour of my new TV is black
or in Japanese is Kur0.
The colour of football is Yellow and Green with a fantastic 5-1 win at the weekend. I don't know what the colour of Easter of is.

Wine vinegar

So Pilate took Jesus and had him whipped. The soldiers, having braided a crown from thorns, set it on his head, threw a purple robe over him, and approached him with, "Hail, King of the Jews!" Then they greeted him with slaps in the face.

Pilate went back out again and said to them, "I present him to you, but I want you to know that I do not find him guilty of any crime." Just then Jesus came out wearing the thorn crown and purple robe.

Pilate announced, "Here he is: the Man."
When the high priests and police saw him, they shouted in a frenzy, "Crucify! Crucify!" Pilate told them, "You take him. You crucify him. I find nothing wrong with him."

A bit later on in the day.........

Jesus said, "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing."

Last Cake
No dependent children
under eighteen
No more cakes
until grandchildren
No pigs
until EU subsidies make it worthwhile

So, this is it - this is what it feels like to have gone through the dependent children phase - although something tells me my time isn't done yet. After all the student grant is a thing of the past.

It feels, kind of, not really, you know, any, like, different.

In the mist and cold and rain and wind
I had the best
fish and chips
on Cromer Pier
proceeded by a pint of Adnams
and then a concert in the Church
which is a huge church
Cathedral like.
That was a good end to a bad day
when Norwich tumbled towards
the relegation zone
oh brother!
to coin a phrase.
Tomorrow should be an interesting day
at work
where I shall meet my new boss
who starts
not sure what he's going to start
but starts he does.

I don't have any actual, real blood sisters
I do have some sister in Church who are lovely
and some sister in Law who are also lovely
and some pretend sisters who are great too

The point being that I watched two sisters tonight
on the big screen
the were Anne and Mary Boleyn
both of whom were I imagine real people
but I'm guessing there was quite a lot of fiction in the film
because the film made the main men
Henry, their father and uncle
seem like rogues
and men never are!

Beer up
Wine up
Petrol up - later
Nothing down
Except my pile of pounds
which will be disappearing quickly
Good job I brew my own beer.
I had one tonight just to check it was still ok
and effectively free of tax.
It was good
But the real reason for the beer
was to commiserate my blown laptop
the 'work' one
which is a real pain
and we have no money at work
to replace it
because we've given it all away to poor policy holders
who's houses have blown away.

Today I had an Ice Cream Sunday
well two actually
in quick succession
Tonight I feel sick
Tomorrow I will feel fat
The day after that I will repent
Then after that I will begin to feel better again
After that I will cycle even harder up the hill
Then I will feel lovely again
And then, I will eat more ice cream
So the circle begins again.

This is nothing like the story of
hurting someone
acknowledging it
saying sorry
starting over
which is a different circle
that I learnt tonight
prior to the ice cream.

And nothing like the Circle line
I will travel on in rush hour
tomorrow morning

This time tomorrow
I could well be in the middle of a gale
I could be flooded out
I could be homeless
I could have been in the wrong part of the country
and watched all the weather slip past.
Either way
I'll still be enjoying my new phone
and wondering how long it will take me
to use my free 300 texts per month.
I say free
of course nothing is free.
Except a few things.
You know what they are.

After the chatting in the
House of Parliament
I got to thinking a lot about politics
and how we could live in unity with our
European colleagues
And why our own politicians
seem to want to spend
more time trying to
score points
over each
rather than
working with others
or letting 'the people' decide
by holding a referendum
(which would be a waste of time)
And why they were all
(nearly all)
a bunch of weasels
Then, a couple of moments later
I got on with something more interesting
which was watching the American Democrats
slating each other
and they were on the same side
so I realised we weren't so bad.

Not often that I have a little rant;
but how annoying is it that people
yes people
insist on booking meetings at lunch time
"let's have a lunch and learn session"
"let's fit in a discussion at lunch time"
"only time in the diary is lunch time-sorry"
one-offs are fine
but looks like it will be everyday this week
(except tomorrow when I've booked squash)
and even more annoying
is a lunch time meeting
in the basement
with no air, no windows, no light, no fun.
Believe me
it's not fun, I don't like it, I object
etc etc
close rant.

A single orange was bought on the train on Friday night on the way back from the big smog and that orange cost a poor punter £1.40 which is indeed incredible my can of Stella only cost a little more at £2.40 so I'm thinking something is wrong here. Today was Mothering Sunday just for the record and we all have been mothered by somebody somewhere in our past or even the present for one or two or even more of my readers and that means we are grateful and happy and get to give presents unless our mother is a way away in which case a card has to suffice. Tonight I had to think about my Achilles heel which in other words is the vulnerable part of me that could well let me down again or set me off the rails not the rails on which the orange was bought or the rails in which my mother set me but the rails of my future so I shall keep my eyes on my Strength and Hope and Friend who is my forever Guide.

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