Sun is shining

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Amazing the difference the weather makes. A couple of sunny days and suddenly the world is a lighter place and everyone is happy, friendly and a little bit pink.

At one point on Saturday, as I sat and perused the conveyor belt at Yo Sushi!, I realised I had a big loony grin on my face as I was perfectly content and happy. Thinking about it, that might explain why the staff were so quick to get me my bill and usher me from my seat.

Note to self: If you are feeling happy with life, and are a little bit blissed out, probably best to keep your hands above the table.

Sunday was Dad Day, and so I visited my Dad and forced him to cook several chickens, two and a half cows and some corn on the cob on the BBQ. After eating all of that it was all I could do to pootle home and collapse on the sofa.

One thing I will need to do more of, whenever the whole ‘staring a new life’ thing kicks in (seriously, 3 bed semi-detached in Hamilton, spanking new bathroom, sumptuous kitchen, quiet cul-de-sac, will someone please buy it), is go to parties as apparently that is what most of the people I follow on Twitter did this weekend.

I don’t get invited to parties much these days, so please feel free to invite me to your party if you are having one. I’m very well behaved, quite socialable, and will even make sure I’ve had my weekly shower that day.

And I promise I will keep my hands above the table.

3 Replies to “Sun is shining”

  1. You are always welcome here, as I hope you know already. And £126K?? Blimey! That doesn’t even buy you a hat box around these parts. There is a house roughly the same size as yours in our street, a former council home, on the market right now for £300k. And we are about 10% cheaper than the next village where you can walk to the railway station.

  2. It’s a nice house and a VERY good price! I’m sure it will sell soon.

    We don’t have parties anymore but if that does change, consider yourself invited.

    Ever thought about reviving Scottish Blogs? That was a good social crowd. I made some very good friends there. 🙂

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