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Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Busy doing nothing.

I was going to join in with Kitchen Poetry.

And then I thought, who am I kidding. I have a picture of some damp on a wall where the upstairs pipes broke, and a plumber had to come. No-one wants to see this.

And my strategically placed bowl of lemons and limes is looking decidedly depleted. (Did I say 'depleted'? I meant non-existent.)

I don't actually seem to have a lot to say at the moment, with or without the lemons.

See you, you know, in a bit. When the mood strikes.

15 comments:

  1. I know how you are feeling, my kitchen is half torn apart and it's all I can do to just cope at the moment with the kids and keeping chaos at bay. We'll be here when you have something to say.

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  2. I will be listening when you want to be heard. I think a break does everyone good

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  3. Ha. I've got some crumbs and an empty jar of peanut butter. Maybe at extremely close range like some kind of moonscape.

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  4. What a great song. Thanks for sharing the video. (Was it just me or was anyone else drawn to watching the xylophone player?)

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  5. Great version and video of what I believe to eb one of the greatest songs ever.
    I also think it reflects your state of mind right now.
    I don't blog but I've seen others go through this phase and each and every oen came back better than before.
    See you soon!
    Paola

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  6. I, for one, was hoping to see the damp spot on the wall.

    Thanks for nothing.

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  7. well I shared damp patches and crumbly plaster in my kitchen once... keeping it real?

    hope it dries out soon xox

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  8. Ah, life gets like this sometimes... I am doing a lot of moving washing up out of shot in my kitchen at the moment.

    catch up when you return.

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  9. Ah, but you could become part of the movement pushing for more reality in blogging. Or something like that.

    Have a rejuvenating break!

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  10. Aha! I see you mention lemons. It must be fate. I had said on my blog that I was nominating you for a blog award for people who make lemonade when life gives them lemons. Yours is one of my very favourite blogs. Then I re-read your recent posts and thought to myself that I was perhaps missing the point of your whole cynical, world-weary persona! But hey, have it anyway, should you wish it. Maybe with just a little splash of vodka.
    country mouse xx

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  11. Knock. Knock. Knock.

    Where the hell are you?

    It's very inconvenient to keep showing up, only to find the same ennui-inspiring post here to greet me. Yawn.

    For godssake, woman, give me something to READ.

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  12. I, for one, have been very busy procrastinating. I see I am in good company here.

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  13. Hey, damp is good. My house has got too dry this year. It's made of clunch - some mad ancient clay-ey chalky stuff that is in communion with the water table. Not enough rain and cracks open the size of the grand canyon. I can see my neighbours through them. Can I have some of your damp?

    WV: hatted. Well no, but I do like this one:

    http://www.foreveramano.com/product_details.asp?product=cloche_flower_hat&sections=Accessories&product_id=48

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