"Well, there is only one piece of advice I can give you," said the wisest of wise men. "The secret of happiness is to see all the marvels of the world and never to forget the drops of oil on the spoon."



('The Alchemist' Paulo Coelho)




Monday, October 30, 2006

Christmas is coming


This is where I would like to put a large Christmas tree this year...

14 comments:

  1. Will that mean no more blogging?

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  2. No, Ellee, that's Keith's 'mess'! I use a laptop.

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  3. I think that idea might go down like a lead balloon!

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  4. during the delay in the photo loading I feared a far more risque image of where you intended to stick a large christmas tree and I am most relieved. Looks like its one of those little sparkly fibrepotic numbers on top of the telly again this year for the jenny household..

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  5. Greg and Arthur, sadly I think you are probably right. Arthur, I'm thoroughly ashamed of you! ;)

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  6. how u will manage to do so i am not sure but its all about creativity. after all once people put their minds to something, they can make even the most unusual places look amazing.
    peep into this amazing
    Christmas Blog for some really cool gift ideas and lots more.

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  7. Can you maybe just drape a bit of tinsel over Keith whilst he's sitting there and be done with it? Star on his head? You get the idea.

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  8. Sue, I think that's a wonderful idea! Why didn't I think of that? :)

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  9. That corner is a bloody mess and a health hazard to boot. With some minor work - if not by Keith then by a kitchen fitter or joiner you could create a lovely, tidy computer work station in that corner with everything tucked neatly away. So get on to it babe before I report you to North Wales Health and Safety!

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  10. Do you think I haven't tried, YP???? I would like nothing better but that computer station (and I have already persuaded him to remove the top tier), otherwise known as NASA, is his pride and joy. If I got rid of that, he would leave home! :)

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  11. jenny, I'm sure I saw something like this at Tate Modern once. I suspect therefore you are married to Tracy Emin which means North Wales is a lot more avant garde than I previously thought, in more ways than one

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  12. Arthur, the second word is 'off'! ;)

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  13. Sounds like a really good idea. Shove all that technology in the shed until January.

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  14. The only problem is, John, that he would take over my precious laptop. No, I couldn't risk it!

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