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Originally posted May 31 2005 at 17:05 under Friends. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.


Busy and tired

Well, the move didn’t exactly go swimmingly, what with the hired van breaking down on the busy inner ringroad after no more than 15 miles. I should have known when I saw the dents all over it when I picked it up. All I can say is don’t take the last van on offer from Practical’s York branch. Great thanks must go to Gary and especially Ed who came back the next day once a new van had been sorted to help complete the move.

Anyway, I’m in now, though still surrounded by boxes. I’m posting this using the same dial-up connection I had before leaving but with the phone line already here (which I don’t even know the number of). Don’t have a clue where it’s being charged to, but I’d better keep it brief. Phone should be sorted Friday, Sky Monday and broadband shortly after.

I’ve just broken my first thing in the new house, damaging the door which covers the boiler in the kitchen. Oops.

Anyway, must go.

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