Hi Bassetlaw BadgeAdcat, Lindy - you cheeksters. Utopia it is. However, you seem to have missed the TP housekeeping services need to do OUR washing and ironing too while we are enjoying our bath complete with candles. But James Martin needs to take a break from cooking my dinner to come and scrub my back.
While we're at it, can we contact the TP Salon so I can get a haircut and strim my legs? All foc of course due to the restricted hours I now work...........
Love it. L O V E I T
Oh, and the bomb blast budgie - the best one I've heard in a while! You trump my random key giving out story hands down.
hahahahaha, its crossed my mind too! shows how mad we have all becomeJust had a naughty thought, if we and those we cared for ended up in prison, we'd have a great time! Just think how our human rights would be catered for! No-one would get lost because security would be so good. Food and drink would be provided and we would get to see other people regularly! Let's all go to prison and put prisoners in some of the more questionable 'care homes' is that very bad of me?
I know. Me too. Much as I love the inspirational posts, the dead honest "no putting a brave face on it" ones are my favourites.Jay Gun, you're a mind reader. I had a house fire last month that I have no idea how or when I'll get round to sorting it. And I'm still wearing maternity clothes even though my 'baby' is four!
Thank goodness for TP so we don't have to pretend everything's ok.
Utopia! That's it, of course! I used to dream of communal living when I was young ( in the sixties...) but never thought it would be so appealing in this situation.....well thought out Adcat!
Meanwhile I'm sending hugs, mugs of tea, chocolate, scented candles, pints of Peroni, or whatever floats your boat, to everyone Including you, of course, Quilty
Abulance trip again to hospital with mum on the floor all night for the second time this year. Kind words almost floor me as I try to go on. Many thanks Lindy.QUOTE]