Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
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Twiddling My Thumbs

Nothing much doing today. The joiner showed up first thing but couldn't fix the bathroom ceiling because he needed the electrics to be sorted first- and Khalid is off on some other job. He told us he didn't think the laminate could be salvaged, so we got onto Peter and he agreed we could buy new within the terms of the loan. The back room is pretty much finished and I thought it would be nice to rehang the curtains, but I couldn't find the hooks. When I took the curtains down I very carefully sorted the hooks into labelled envelopes- and that's the last I remember.

Shortly before lunch Odi stopped by with Christa.

 
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