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Annoyances [Aug. 31st, 2007|10:05 am]
Tony Grist
Something has smacked our nice new car on the roof- removing a fleck of paint and leaving a small indentation. Ailz talks darkly about airplanes flushing their toilets on the approach to Manchester Ringway. If she's right it's not only annoying but scary. Someone could have been killed by that (hypothetical) bullet of frozen pee.

I started a cold yesterday. At first I thought it was hay fever- caused by the lovely bouquet Nick and Jon gave Ailz for baking their cake- but when my anti-hystemines didn't touch it I changed my mind. I often get colds at the turn of the season. Today I'm feeling a little better- but walking round as if balancing a stack of plates. Ailz treated me last night by rubbing my shoulders, neck and sinuses with Olbas oil- and I went to sleep in a cocoon of fire.

[User Picture]From: zoe_1418
2007-08-31 03:28 pm (UTC)
Congratulations -- now your car has been initiated and can just be a real car instead of a shiny new thing you have to worry about.

So sorry about your cold. It seems insulting to get a cold in a season other than winter, don't you think?
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2007-08-31 04:48 pm (UTC)
You're right. That's the way to think of it. Now the first damage has been inflicted, the next will be just a matter of course.

Thank you for your good wishes. Yes, I really resent getting a cold in August.

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[User Picture]From: goddlefrood
2007-09-01 05:29 am (UTC)
At least it wasn't a large blue block as has destroyed the occasional house. If so inclined you could probably find stories about these on the web.

Hope the cold improves, I just shook off one myself.
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2007-09-01 09:24 am (UTC)
They keep these stories hushed up, don't they?

Thanks, the cold seems to be getting better.
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