Sunday, 2 September 2007

I am a neglectful little sausage aren't I!

Good thing you all love me/owe me money/know about the incriminating photos I have in a safe and secure location :)

I'm currently snuggled on the couch going 'ow, ow, ow' as my legs and back and arms let me know how very unhappy they are about being used and abused the last couple of days to help with the marvellous Rowany 25th (R25, for the cool kids) feast last night.

It was worth it though. The event was teh roxxor :) Lovely to see so many people there all having a good time and enjoying themselves throroughly.

I go a billion compliments on the frock I was wearing. Shame I couldn't take any credit as it was lent to me by Charlie :) Remarkeably practical and very cute. The frock was also pretty good. :)

Finn got a good and thorough pelicanning at the event. That'll learn her for being fabulous and useful!

Umm, what else. Oh, I'm now working only 2days a week which makes me a lot happier. Spend more time with Torby while still getting enough adult baby free company and he gets enough time at daycare. He loves his carer and I love the socialisation he gets there. It works out beautifully.

I'm finally starting to settle into being Rowany Seneschal. The timing of accepting the role and the plunge into phneh-ness wasn't a good one. However, I'm coming out the other side of land of phneh and able to actually concentrate on things again. The Barony should be afraid, very afraid!

Oh and I succumbed to the lure that is Facebook. Yes, yes...who knew I needed more reason to sit in front of a 'puter.

I think that's all for now, think I need to have a nap before Torby wakes up.

You may al go back to your regularly scheduled progams now.


Wenchilada said...

RAWKIN' event guys!!!

Seriously excellent!

Miss D said...

Hmmmm. You know, we can make you one of those frocks, yes? You did look dead sexy! And they come with a range of sweet little hats and shoes and cardigans, it's the twin-set of the Renaissance!

Destructomeg said...

nah I'm so totally winning on the neglectful front.