Switched Off Now Switched On Again.


 

Just when I wake up to start blogging after a hectic morning at the Flea Market, the current is due to go off in three minutes. Bye. for now!

 

If he renders a great service, will the Fleadom of the Titty be conferred on him?

 

 

 

 

 

Right; the following morning and  current is currently current, so I can go on raisin the previous issues.

Flea Market: I walked every aisle of it and Much Better Half ended up exhausted. Loot included some roasted nuts in shells for the kids, a pen/laser/torch, some cotton socks for me to bless, and three classical CDs in good condition.

The afternoon was spent mainly in garden pottering and repairing some solar wall lights. Then, when the blackout arrived, I slept through it.

On Friday I took the kids to the Olympic Pool, including a friend, and allowed them to indulge themselves with doggy paddle. Jeneva did kick of with a few widths of strokes and tumble turns, but then luxuriated in just messing about. Rhiannon made no attempt to do a proper stroke. She didn’t have to, so didn’t. The weather and water was far too cold for me, but the kids spent a couple of hours in the water. I swear they are half-penguins.

© December 2019 Colonialist.

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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18 Responses to Switched Off Now Switched On Again.

  1. perdebytjie says:

    Nice…so much for not storing enough coal! Eishcom!!

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  2. Arkenaten says:

    It went down at 13 45 up here and lasted until around 18:00

    What can you do?

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  3. Where has my comment disappeared to……yet again? 😳

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  4. disperser says:

    Too bad that . . . and you won’t be able to read this commiseration. Too bad that, also.

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