Thursday, 3 June 2010

Nothing much (at all really)

Oh I was so full of angst this morning regarding a matter about the car park I use when I'm at work and wouldn't you just know that the Centre Manager that I spoke to was just lovely when I complained to her and it all disppeared. Pity the same couldn't be said for the bloke I spoke to before her who copped it big time. His ears may still be ringing.
However. Isn't it a glorious day. (Statement of fact not a question so no ? required (I think)) Sorry to anyone who hasn't got the lovely weather but we have and I'm celebrating it.
I'm going to do a spot of weeding later on which is always therapeutic and I might even make a quiche for lunch. I have some edits to do before that though. I even thought that I might iron later but I soon knocked that idea on the head.
Edits here I come.

8 comments:

Suzanne Jones said...

Good luck with the weeding and the editing. I wouldn't bother with the ironing - not while the sun's shining anyway.

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Colette McCormick said...

I weeded and edited and enjoyed both. Didn't bother with the ironing though. I've still got clothes so its not desperate yet.

LilyS said...

Glad you got the problem sorted. Why is it that it always takes speaking to 2 people to sort something. Good for you on the ironing. I never iron anything!

Colette McCormick said...

I know Cheryl. I always feel better if I've bounced an idea off someone.

Flowerpot said...

Beautiful weather last week here too, Colette! That quiche sounds good - what did you put in it?

Colette McCormick said...

Very basic quiche FP, cheese and tomato.

Karen said...

We had some lovely weather, and it certainly didn't inspire me to do any ironing! Mind you, not much does.

Glad you sorted out the car park issue :o)

Colette McCormick said...

The lovely weather is a bit of a distant memory now though. Rain, rain and some more rain today.
I'm glad I got the car park situation sorted out and it worked out pretty well. I stood up for a principle and have found myself a better parking arrangment. Everyone's a winner - well apart from the 3 blokes that lost their jobs at the car park that is. Not through me I hasten to add - that was the principle.