Posted: 26/07/2016 at 09:56
Thank goodness you had someone to let you in Fairy! I have a huge fear of not locking the door when I am last to leave. I've been known to drive back home (half an hour drive each way) because I can't convince myself that I've done it.
Trouble is I don't trust myself enough with keys to have a yale lock fitted that can just slam shut!
Day off today! Yay! Think of all the wonderful places we can go now its cooler so I don't need to worry about the hound ... What's that? Will you wait in potentially all day for a parcel with no specified delivery time?
I'll just stay at home and wash the curtains and the such like( mind you if you saw the state of the bedroom curtains when I removed them and realised the dust on the top of them you'd all be very disgusted at me!). I can't even go into the garden as I can't hear the door bell and delivery drivers around here are shockingly bad at doing the ring and run approach (or as I have seen at my neighbours walk up the drive with the "sorry we tried to deliver but you weren't in" form already filled out. I leapt the fence and took delivery much to his disgust!!)
Still the family freezer has been sorted and organised. I might leave the other one for this afternoon.... can you handle the excitement? New project at work starting in September means even more work load so I need to learn how to manage my time better. I've tried trying to split myself but there was a problem with that. I've gained the extra me I require (especially around the belly) but can't work out how to do cell division. DOH!
Now. Do I have enough ingredients to make some kind of sweet treat that ISN'T FOR THE DOG THIS TIME ?