This is our once a year purchase and it was £4 this year - Good Grief
Yesterday Col was at hospital for another part of the camera thing that
he couldn't have done before. They found nothing, so more tests will
need doing to find out why he is aneamic and therefore lacking in energy - more
waiting. We seem to have got used to waiting over the last couple of months,
with life just ticking along gently. Yesterday my waiting a couple of hours to drive him
home was OK because I found the Christmas Radio Times in Smiths to look at. I spotted a few
special editions of regular quiz programmes which will be entertaining and the
things I mentioned in yesterdays post, I'll be getting out the
highlighter pen soon. After describing the Dickensian series to Col we saw a trailer for it and he said it looks like a Victorian Soap and as it's written by one of the Eastenders writers he may well be right - maybe we won't be watching that after all.
Also yesterday I wrote about the 100th book I've read this year and
some people have ordered it - Oh dear what a responsibility, what if
they've bought it and then hate it, I shall be worrying for ages!
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