Friday, 19 January 2018

Life In The Fast Lane

My husband is working late.
He let me know so at least I didn't feel as though I wanted to put his dinner in the dogs.
I had a bath then took the dogs out for their final walk before settling down next to the fire

On the main road, by the village green one passing car slowed down and several young women shrieked at me from inside, one was drinking Prosecco
One other , I recognised as a nurse from Intensive care. She and her friends were dolled up and on the way to the Chester bars
And she cackled with the others
" ooooohhhh Jonney Gray in his pyjamas ! "
It was only 8pm!


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  1. well, WERE you out in your jammies?

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  2. Working late on a Friday night. Is he a workaholic?

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  3. All I can say is it must be a jolly sight warmer there in Trelawnyd than it is here in North Yorkshire. Going out in your jimmies here with whatever you chose to wear over them would guarantee frozen parts.

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    1. I had a coat and hat on

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  4. Out there flaunting yourself in your pj's John...you got what you deserved lol.

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  5. lol I leave my pj top on when I walk the dogs in the morning but I put proper trousers on to keep warm.

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    1. I only wear pj bottoms so I did have a coat on

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  6. I wondered how you knew they were drinking Prossecco and not Champagne until they shouted out your name.

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    1. Champagne in north Wales? Naw

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  7. I went out in our back garden with our dog once, in my nightgown (summer) and my husband thought it was very funny to lock the kitchen door so I couldn't slip back in with the dog ... he let me in when he saw the expression on my face.

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    1. I walk them in the morning in my pjs too..if I had kids I'd probably take them to school in such a state too

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    2. My mother drove us to school in her nightgown, robe, and slippers in the 1950s. No curlers, though.

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    3. I drove my little brother to summer camp in my pajamas and my would have a fit...what if the neighbors saw me.
      The neighbors were my grandparents
      lol

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  8. 8pm is rather early for donning pyjamas or did she simply mistake your striped designer suit for nightwear?

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  9. Drunk drivers, narrow country lanes. Be careful!

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    1. We do have a pavement ( sidewalk)

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  10. Seems perfectly reasonable to me.

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  11. You're Retired! You can wear PJ's at 2:00PM if you want. Stoopid Americans (US) wear pajamas to grocery, and retail stores AND to eat out!
    Ruth in Oxnard CA USA

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  12. Why not, if you are comfortable.

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  13. What a frenzied social life you live.....I haven't seen a car go by in hours, it might be from the foot of new snow and no plows.....

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  14. . . . and definitely cute !

    cheers, parsnip and mandibles

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  15. Clearly, your reputation precedes you!

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  16. I only changed into real cloths to go shopping this afternoon, didn't want to, but I did.

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  17. You are funny!

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  18. And now everyone will know. What does the prof say about the fact that you walk the streets in your PJs?

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  19. I would rather be inside in my PJ's than outside and on my way out, far too cold and icky for being out at night.

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  20. I think it's great to walk the dogs in pyjamas.Just like joggers really,unless they have cartoons on them.Dogs don't mind & a carefree attitude is what I'm working on a the moment.The girls would think it great too x

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  21. I ha e my pj's on before that every night, John. Boxers and a light top. And I walk the dog in them every morning. xx

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  22. I remember one of my old neighbours taking her kids to school in her nightie and then stopping off at the baker's. I was stunned! Too classy for this place obviously!

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  23. LOL! If it makes you feel any better I'm usually in my PJs by that time, too! (In fact I'm in them now and it's 4:30 p.m.!)

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  24. 8:00pm is not too early for pj's.....just sayin :-)

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  25. I let the chickens out of the henhouse in my dressing gown most mornings ... in full view of the A470. No crashes or pile ups to report up to now ;-)

    It's better in Summer when the hedge is fully leafed, although I must stand out a bit more then in my lavender coloured spotty dressing gown. At least my cosy Winter one is sort of mud coloured ... very appropriate considering the state of the ground here at the moment. Better not slip no one would spot me!!

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