Sunday, 14 February 2010

Really quick fill in.

We have a meeting with a broker tomorrow as we now hold the all important letter of employment, that means we are now contenders for a mortgage rather than a joke.

I took Erbie to see Belle Mere, who looked old, and they had a nice time together, amazing how children all seem to gravitate towards their grandparetns no matter how their parents feel about them (not that we’d ever let on).

I have three jobs, three, which means any non-baby time I have, I’m on the computer working  and when I’m on the internet I’m looking for vintage images of Istanbul or some such nonsense. The words ‘bitten’, ‘chew’ and ‘more than’, swim around in my head whenever there is any spare space.

The grandad visited today and we trolled down to Chinatown to see the brightly coloured lanterns hung everywhere, and a distant dragon dancing up the street for Chinese New Year of the Tiger.

It is also Valentines Day today, thankfully we don’t do Valentines Day, and this year we really have not. A quick peck on the cheek and an exchange of ‘Happy Valentines Day’ darling.

I miss you all on the blogspher and am longing to check up on everything you have been up to aswell, but this business is a good thing and all good things must come to an end!

Wish us luck tomorrow!

x

6 comments:

teawithonesugarplease said...

Good luck with everything - having lots of work is a good sign.

Looking Fab in your forties said...

Blimey you are a busy bee aren't you! Good luck with everything xx

Victoria @ Hibiscus Bloem said...

Good luck. Keeping all things crossed for you.

Marie said...

Good luck! Hope all goes well with everything. x

Chic Mama said...

Wishing you luck for tomorrow. Take care. xx

westendmum said...

In times of stress bake!

Other nonsense

Quote of the day

‘They tuck you up your mum and dad...’
Anon - after Larkin

“Philately will get you everywhere”
WEM

“It’s not the despair, I can handle the despair. 
It’s the hope I can’t deal with”
Clockwise

“Each new friend represents a world in us, a world not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.”
Anais Nin

‘Come on Dover move your bloomin’ arse’.
Eliza Doolittle