<----- not really here

I still have mountains of laundry to wade thru (don't yawn already, if it's dull for you think how tedious it is for me) (and don't ask me how you can wade thru a mountain), I'm fairly sure that there's a suitcase lurking somewhere that is yet to be unpacked (in addition to the one we found on the street outside the house seven hours after stepping out of the taxi we caught from the train station because we had too much luggage to take the tube) (well, I did), my coffee machine is totally up the swanny (where is that? I bet Dave or Vicus of that nice Mr Google know), and I really want to be on the beach still - not on holiday again, I'd be quite happy to be there not on a holiday: ok, I'm going to stop right now before I say something I regret or incriminate myself in some other way

19 comments:

Dave said...

Good afternoon. Nice cup of Lady Grey?

I, Like The View said...

good afternoon. . .

. . .yes please! any macaroons with that?

Spadoman said...

Don't unpack. I actually have my toiletries in my handy dop kit sitting on the bathroom countertop next to the sink. I "work" out of it. Makers me feel like I'm still traveling, or at least ready to travel, at a moments notice.
Laundry tip: Let it pile up and wear some of those forgotten things that are way down beneath the clothing food chain, (then throw away that pair of scratchy underwear, why did you keep them anyway?)

Peace above all.

Rimshot said...

Ok, I'll make you a deal. I relocate to the UK and we move the whole clan to the seashore.

I, Like The View said...

erm, howsabout we leave the POVSs behind. . .

did I really say that?!?!?!?

<---- still a little grumpy


hope you're having a good weekend shot

man scratchy underwear. . . you think I have scratchy underwear. . . my my my. . .

I would go into this further, but Vicus and/or Dave might read it

hope you're having a good summer

(-;

(acutally, I don't usually unpack totally from one holiday to the next - but I do like the idea of wearing those clothes that rarely make it out of the wardrobe!)

Spadoman said...

See, I tell my children that I am always right, now you're beginning to see that too, very nice indeed.

Rimshot said...

great! Now I've got visions of you and your most-non-scratchy underthings dancing thru my head

Mel said...

k..... I might give that laundry tip a try.
NOT that I've been away on holiday or anything--but since 'he who does the laundry' is away for a piece of time......

I mean, think of how NEEDED he'll feel when he comes home to mounds and mounds of laundry to do. *nodding*

Dang---good plan!!!! :-)

Dave said...

*Trying not to think about ILTV's undergarments*

Good morning.

I, Like The View said...

good morning Dave. . .

(. . .you haven't seen the comment I left recently at the witchy one's then?)

Mel I'm at the point of not doing the laundry that's not in the pile. . .

. . .do you think this is a plan?

*snickering*

shot glad that your head is full of good things! (non-scratchy ones, as you've guessed)

man most often these days I tell them when they are right (something my parents never did) and also that it is my job to be as embarassing as possible. . .

Dave said...

No I hadn't. That picture doesn't look anything like Ziggo.

I, Like The View said...

she's a witch - she was in disguise. . . (at least, that's what she told me)

Dave said...

I must say the picture illustrating this post does look remarkably like you, though.

I, Like The View said...

(-;

moreidlethoughts said...

I can't remember what I wanted to say! It's all this underwear and possibly running away with half the commenters...
Nope! Forgotten completely. Maybe I need a holiday?

mig said...

I'm hoping if I do all the laundry now, there won't be any to do when we get back from holiday.
Well I can hope can't I?

Has anyone taken your coffee machine apart and then put it back together? sometimes that works with mechanical stuff :)

mig said...

Like hoovers.

katherine. said...

fix the coffee maker before you attempt to finish the laundry.

the sea is addictive isn't it?

I, Like The View said...

oh, katherine. it is. . .

mig in its former life in The Village it was sent back about three times. . . (it's very old now, for a new fangled coffee machine). . . I think it's bitten the dust

or the coffee grounds

dinah have a holiday! they do wonders for the soul (she writes, casting her mind back to her pre-laundry-mountain days)