Monday, November 05, 2007

Stuffed



I had a really nice weekend. There was indeed much food and some walking and even more food. Soooo, much food. So very much food. So very, very much food. G’s friends are just so nice and really generous and even on the walk we had the nicest rolls that you could have on a walk filled with really nice blue cheese and relishes and so on and every meal was just delicious. G and I hardly stint when we eat anyway but our usual efforts paled into insignificance this weekend.

It also felt like a real break away, even though we were maybe 20 miles from where I live. But it was all so peaceful and different and just a real opportunity to get away from it all. I did, however, threaten to dump G at one point, who put on the *most* appalling hat when we were getting ready to go for a walk. Suffice to say, the hat did not make it on to the walk – and the great British public was saved from a sight that nothing could have prepared it for.

I’m not sure when I am going to see G over the next couple of weeks, as our social calendars clash with each other, but I’m sure we’ll sort something out. But for now, it’s back to work – and I’m hoping the Christmas leave sheet comes round today so that I can book three weeks off over Christmas. Yay!

6 comments:

Tom Foolery (TF) said...

Hmmmm, define 'appalling" Random, was it as bad at that wee little hat on your hatometer?...
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Was it tartan?!! If so can I borrow it for my new business venture?

Random Reflections said...

Oh much worse than tartan... What business adventure can possibly require tartan??

Tom Foolery (TF) said...

Random, you are just going to have to hop over to my blog to find out.
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But I will give you a little clue, porridge eating!!!!!
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Oh, I am also giving away a free gift, now there's an offer even you cannot refuse! ;-)

Random Reflections said...

TF - it's just give, give, give with you. I had actually seen your idea and think it could be a winner!

Tom Foolery (TF) said...

Yep, that's me giver of heartache, blood, crap presents and copulas amounts of misguided advice….
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Now, I’m so glad to hear you like my new business idea. When I go global I will be calling on you to do the 'Porridge Presentation' to the international market, China, Middle East, States...

Random Reflections said...

TF - well, I think I would have to sample some of the product first. I like porridge with golden syrup in it.

I'll dothe presentation for a 60% share in the business. I've seen Dragon's Den, I'm not as daft as I look...