Wednesday, September 08, 2004

I will have to take my jumper off

It's getting warmer. I haven't been to india but imagine this is what the summers must be like. The illusion will be complete if I make a curry tonight.
The comments don't seem to be working at the moment? Has anyone else had this problem?I asked Blogger but no reply from them as yet.
Hazel has gone to Manchester for a meeting though college doesn't start for a couple of weeks yet.Back to the old routine. She hates getting up so early after the comfort of lie-ins during the summer.
I have been doing some last minute hoovering before Barb & Des arrive. Exciting eh?!

9 comments:

Syl said...

Michael, I am impressed that you help so much! Though lucky that Jonathan is great with that too. Yes, blogger delays & flickr down for long time(up now). Have a great visit with your family :-)

Roger Stevens said...

Fascinating.

Yes. Have a fab time! By the way - did you catch the nut roast recipe?

hazel said...

The nut roast recipe must have slipped through my fingers whilst Blogger was incommunicado.

J. said...

dear michael, if you were in india then you wouldn't stop at your jumper. there'd be a whole lotta taking-off going on, to misquote the king. may the dampness of england be with you, pax! :p

michael said...

Why do they call it
An Indian Summer eh?
Puzzled of Cheshire

Syl said...

Because in summer it was warm enough for all the indians to emerge in full plume. Winters? Stay in warm tepee next to smoking fire...hibernate like bear.

michael said...

Heap big heap! How?
Crazy Bear, him eat many vegetables!

Roger Stevens said...

Maybe you could jump your taker off...

michael said...

You have a way with worms, Roger.