Monday, 2 January 2017

Back to normal

Three hours sleep and now I am about to dunk my sorry arse into the bath before a family meal and the panto in Theatre Clwyd.
I need amphetamines,
But Mrs Trellis has no doubt run out.......
Speak tomorrow when things are back to normal......the Prof will be at work happily whipping the local academics into shape and the dogs and I will be home in Trelawnyd
Hey ho

22 comments:

  1. It's going to be hard getting back to *normal* mode again. Isn't it? Try to get some sleep somewhere along the way.

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  2. thanks for not picturing your sorry arse into the tub. enjoy the panto. things return to normal here tomorrow also - it's back to work for both of us.

    right now I am waiting for our breakfast french toast casserole to finish baking.

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  3. What is 'normal' for you is precisely what like to read about because it's so entertaining. ("Oh yes it is! Oh no it.....")

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  4. Pantos are a wonderful British tradition, aren't they? I can still remember all the pantos from my childhood. I ought to go and see one, just to see if they're still as daft and eccentric.

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  5. Having just gotten off a red-eye flight this morning, I need amphetamines too! Score me some, wouldja?

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  6. When I was recovering from my first mini stroke I moaned to my husband about how recovery was taking ages and how I didn't feel normal anymore.
    "Don't worry," he replied. "Normal is highly over-rated."
    "And how would you know?" I quipped.
    It was then that I knew it was going to be ok!
    Happy new year☺

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  7. Best new year wishes to you and the Prof, John. Thanks for another year of entertainment! xoxoxo

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  8. We're having our first 'normal' (or whatever passes for normal here) day here and it is sweet. Hang in there John. It's coming.

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  9. Gah - I did the three hours' sleep a couple of times over the holidays due to food prep and visitors. It's no fun. And I'm paying for it now!

    Hang in there! Normal is good, and it's coming.

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  10. Dunking your arse in the bath... that means you must be a biscuit. I am thinking a garibaldi but you might be a pink wafer.

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  11. You need a whipping from the Prof

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  12. Back to normal is a wonderful idea as far as I am concerned John.

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  13. Enjoy what you can of it all...Tomorrow will come and bring with it more sleep...

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  14. How mean of the UK. Here we have this system where any holiday tht falls on a weekend gets a week day observance too, and as both 1st and 2nd Jan here are holidays, the 3rd is too. Confuses the heck out of everyone mind you!

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    1. We are on a weekday observance today in the UK.

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    2. Depends where you live in UK we have extra new year public holidays in Scotland for new year.xx

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    3. It did feel wrong going to work (but clients on vacation will make it a productive week).

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  15. I'm sorry, what is this thing ... "normal" ?? :)

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  16. Mrs Trellis? Amphetamines?

    I m also picturing you snoring loudly thru the panto, whatever that actually is.

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  17. It's kind of nice to get back to "normal"!!

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  18. "Back" to normal is a concept I'm not familiar with. Maybe I'll learn something from you. Amphetamines are one medication we don't have (or need) at our house.

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