Thanks for that fairfraise; I used to be very keen on rugby or more accurately, on a boyfriend who played.
What gorgeous flowers Grammaretto but don't like the tablecloth!
Doodle your tannoy man may be a Kiwi or an Aussie, both pronounce 'pianist' that way.
I remember Goldie Hawn and Peter Sellers in a film where a Frenchman (not Grammaretto's* I hope), seeing they were newly married, said, 'May you 'ave a peenis all your life.' (happiness)
I'm beginning to feel a little better. Phil's at peace now and I've been able to repair and improve my computer, partly with the help of online volunteer experts. I remembered a program I'd downloaded which makes text bold on the browser and after that I felt invincible
All the taxi stuff, the Internet going down twice in succession, the computer being jinxed by the techie, were so much worse because they affected my ability to support Phil as I'd promised. I felt I'd let him down when he most needed me.
I'm more rational now; I did my best and the rest was out of my control. Sometimes I have to give myself a swift kick up the fundament
A letter from the publishers, with a contract and the news they will publish in 2023. I'm to go meet them to talk over styles and illustrations but as a surge of Covid here saw 10,000 cases last week. who knows when that will be?
I am on a roll with winning things: 3 raffles in 4 weeks; a BIG box of cookies for my submission on accessing the Internet as a ½ blind person and now for a nonsense poem I submitted when an author asked for same, I'm to have a copy of his book, 'Snake Brought Cake'. Gubbins will love it.