Thursday, 16 June 2011

The G-word


Today certain relatives are coming to stay. As you can see, my hair has turned quite luxuriantly dark at the prospect. And the knees of my trousers have gone again.

There may not be many posts for the next few days, as I shall be preoccupied with romping and playing horsey keep your tail up. Please excuse me.

13 comments:

Tim Footman said...

G? Genocide?

Christopher said...

The race will finish at the end of the corridor, certainly.

Dave said...

I hope they'll allow you a few hours off on Saturday, for the match.

Christopher said...

I'm negotiating, Dave, but they bargain hard. It might be appreciated (by some) if Z could contrive to run me out early on.

Dave said...

I'm not sure we can allow you to fall on your sword like that. However, if you fall short of a half-century on Saturday, we will understand it was a desire to rush back to the family.

Christopher said...

Thank you, Dave. That may well have turned out to be the case.

Z said...

You can rely on me, dear heart. Have a wonderful grandparental romp.

Z said...

Je te vas dire works! Excellent!

Christopher said...

Patroclus and I have just spent a good 90 minutes trying to get it to work, Z, just on its own as a test without any accompanying post. It was only on for about 30 seconds, before we took it off for polishing up etc. It must have come in through that tiny window to Google reader...

...now to improve performance! Happy Friday evening.

I see I'm going to be playing with this for hours and hours.

Z said...

Some call me The Ztalker. I don't miss much.

Rog said...

Just listened to your Audioboo as part of my Wide Awake Club studies.
It brilliant and completely original in a very refreshing style. Sort of King Singers Meets Stockhausen. Thank goodness mrs Rine is away on Nana Rine assignment.
Bravo mon ami.

letouttoplay said...

Oh this sounds exciting!
Just don't let the G-people wear you out before you have completed the polishing please!

Christopher said...

Rog: How kind. Thank you. More to come, with any luck, but please don't feel obliged to get up so early for it. I mean, our 6.15 is your 5.15 - couldn't you sleep?

Mig: I'm aiming for Monday. True, the G-folk are pretty exhausting. We like 3-generational Musical (Bath) Chairs best.