Friday, December 29, 2006


New house, fabulous. Painting, fucking hard work. Hands? Cramped like an arthritic old lady's, from holding the brush and rollers. Typing...not frigging doing it any longer than I have to.

Therefore, back officially after New Year's.

Just wanted to put a quick note out to say...


All good things for 2007, to everyone. Yes, even you.


Blogger fatmammycat said...

Happy New Year darling! And congrats once again on yout new home.

30 December, 2006 08:27  
Blogger deadpanann said...

Happy new year and congrats on the new place. We just finished painting a room that I had been not-working-on for months. If you don't have to remove wallpaper and prime the walls, you're two very huge steps ahead of where we started. Arthritic old lady hands? I know of what you speak. Good luck!

30 December, 2006 14:20  
Blogger MikeP said...

Have a happy new year!

When the painting is finally done, you will realize the pain was worth it. The house will truly be your own.

[Come to think of it, that's what I told my wife about the pain during childbirth.]

30 December, 2006 18:33  
Blogger Old Knudsen said...

You have a good year, no I insist, it may be the drink talking but I love you in dirty animalistic ways with bites and slaps.
Anyway enjoy your castle.

your word vertification is a bitch but you're worth it xoxo: xclhmbkt

01 January, 2007 04:53  
Blogger Kim Ayres said...

Happy New Year! I just hope you didn't decide it was a good time to add the finishing touches to the decorating at 2 o'clock this morning... :)

01 January, 2007 08:52  
Blogger P1P said...

Happy New Year.

I hate decorating with a passion. I go into my kitchen everyso often to snarl at it in a drunken rage.

03 January, 2007 05:08  
Blogger Kieran said...

But not him though, surely?

05 January, 2007 05:36  
Blogger Bock the Robber said...

Happy New year to you too

06 January, 2007 16:32  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

You there, Missus! Come out of your happy new home big tv in love with the world slumber! I know something has to have irkd you the wrong way, perhaps some annoying new neighbour or something. I'm wasting away here, looking for the bile, oh where is the bile...

08 January, 2007 13:46  
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