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13.46m plodded today......
no rain needed
and brilliant plodding Sam!!!
up at stupid o'clock to take client to hozzie
I already up and raring to go(NOT)I wish it the Weekend again.Oh Well Today will go quickly.Today serving customers and put Stock on Shelf's at Homebase?
morning all - everyones up early today
<yawns and goes to make a cup of tea>
loooooooooooong and difficult day over
Went swimming - what a virtuous budgie I am.
Unfortunately now, on top of all the upper back and neck problems, I seem to have developed lower back problems All I did was get some milk out of the fridge and *twang* now I am shuffling like a shuffly thing.
I need to stop taking milk.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY FLR!!!!!!!!!!
< prepares the rack to stretch Sam's back >
Is it her Buffday? Have a fabulous one, babe
Happy Birthday Flr
We saw the calendar of the Northern Lighthouse Board in our room this morning -- slogan "not just lighthouses"
TBH, I'd have been satisfied with the lighthouses...
It says that amongst the other services they can provide are locating, lifting, and laying buoys.
Popular with sailors, I'm sure. Womble looked quite keen when I told her too.
have a bow
is she nearly there yet?
Two days to go (38 miles ish)
It's Wick-visiting time tomorrow
Help!!! I've got an oboe audition for the Access course at the Welsh College of Music and Drama a fortnight today and I'm hopelessly under-rehearsed. Major panics!!!
I think I'm going to have to change one of my audition pieces too - even more panics!!!
sorry, that wasn't meant to be the sound of your oboe
what are you playing?
hey, Birthday Girl!!!
At the moment it's the first movement of the Corelli concerto and the first movement of the Poulenc sonata but I've only got a total of 7 minutes so the Corelli may have to go in favour of something shorter. I definitely want to keep the Poulenc.
Off to my knitting group now to calm my nerves.
I used to play the Poulenc - yes you want to keep that in, it's lovely. And is the Corelli one of the ones that Barbarolli arranged for Evelyn Rothwell? If so I've played that but I'm more familiar with the Pergolesi.
There must be something Baroque or Classical that's quite short and you already know or can learn quickly?
when oboists get together...
and we haven't even started on the 2nd oboe part of Dvorak's 8th Symphony
off for a snig instead