Teach beag deas So we went to “view another property” today as we say. We are really getting into the jargon of this househunting business. This one has been on the market for 4 weeks and not a sniff of an offer. Someone should tell them to remove the interesting ornaments from the stairs… The guide price is about 20 grand too much.
Apart from that relaxing to the max and enjoying our amazing new broadband. Super cool and brilliant (I still hate Eircom the m*n*p*listic wh***s – is that slander? D’you think they’ll sue? I’ll take out vowels and put in asterisks instead and then I’ll be safe, won’t I?)
Okay gotta go. Abs has asked me to take pix at her gig this evening so I have to go down to the photographic mecca that is Rathmines and try and rustle up some half decent film. Good luck to ya Rosie!
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Kiwi Birds Dinners and her fella plan to keep us informed via their very originally named site:Colm and Linda’s New Zealand Trip
Homebird So it’s all over until May. No more work for Rosie. C?ard a dh?anfaidh m? liom f?in? Bhuel ar an gc?ad dul s?os, liosta fada do na jabanna beaga uilig at? f?gtha roimh an l? m?r!
Treated myself to a couple of CDs on the way home – see Sounds to the left. When we were at our parentcraft class on Wednesday we were shown the delivery room (which I was in again today – more anon…) Himself felt it made the whole thing very real. I was relieved to see it was a really comfy room, not a bit hospitally really (well apart from the small amount of monitors etc.). The best thing we found out is that they have a CD player and you are allowed play your own music. Himself reckons “Everything, Everything” by Underworld should hurry things along nicely or indeed “Push” from their album Beaucoup Fish. I was thinking of something a little bit more laid back. Please post a comment with your recommendations – I’d love to hear them!