Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Winterlude


I'm off to Devon for a couple of days, taking the girls to see their grandma, who will turn 90 on Christmas Eve, and hopefully their grandad, who's just been transferred to a care home, in a not entirely trauma-free fashion. It won't be easy - it even looks like we'll be driving into filthy weather.

Should be back Friday, though probably a little late for all the usual mallarkey here x

Saint Etienne - 'Driving Home For Christmas' (1995)

13 comments:

  1. All the best to the parents Davy. I hope you have a good time. Drive safe.
    I will be driving home from Manchester this afternoon and it's not looking any better going north.

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  2. Yes indeed - I'll echo echo that.
    No sleep til Ilchester.
    Much love, respect, windscreen washer liquid, and marshmallows.

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  3. Thanks chaps. Windscreen washer fluid! Dickie, that is a genuinely useful reminder, ta.

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  4. I'm metaphorically saluting you as you pull off the drive.


    Top-up Tone

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  5. Safe travels, may things go as well as they can x

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  6. Like ships that pass in the night..I'm leaving for Scotland tomorrow. Drive safely Mr H, precious cargo and all that, and I will do the same. Washer Fluid..brilliant ! Thats the reason I drop by here..great music, lovely writing, cosy atmosphere..and Woman's Own type tips.

    Very best wishes to you and to all.

    Have a warm, safe and happy Christmas

    M
    x

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  7. That's nothing, I have a 12-hour drive to North Carolina on Sunday. With two kids in the back!

    Merry Crimbo everyone.

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  8. Hope you got back ok. Weather seems to have been particularly nasty down the south-west.

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  9. Yes indeed.
    Keep rowing home for Christmas my loves.

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  10. Thanks - a good run back, avoiding the traffic, ahead of the floods and singing along to Bing on the radio. Thanks for your good wishes folks - deep breath Lee. And Merry Christmas Millie - don't be a stranger x

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