Wednesday, July 25, 2007


I would make a rubbish cyber bully, I have spent the night worrying that the people who comment on my blog might think that yesterday's blog was about one of them and it wasn't. I was writing about a major league blog that doesn't even know that the likes of me exist and the reason I didn't write their name was because I didn't want them to think I was being mean about them. The people who write on my blog I admire and respect AND I especially enjoy their sense of humour.

I seems that the waters are receding in parts of the country which is good news but the rains continued again today which is not such good news for those in the Oxfordshire area as they still face possible floods. It is going to cost millions to clean up all the mess and I feel so sorry for all those people who do not have house insurance. When I bought the house 11 years ago I took out house insurance and whilst I have only claimed on it maybe 3 times it has always been such a comfort to know it is there.

Some local news

Burglar jailed after leaving card
A burglar has been jailed for 30 months after leaving a probation office appointment card at the scene of his crime.
Swansea Crown Court heard police were led straight to the home of Larry Black, 21, after finding the card.
Black, from Portmead, admitted theft, burglary, various motoring offences and taking a vehicle without permission.
The court heard he stole five samurai swords, cash, a DVD player and a £100 gold necklace from a home in the city.

I bet someone feels silly.


Steve said...

So you don't consider my blog to be a "major league" blog??! I am sooo offended!!!

Hee hee, only joking! ;-)


When your blog book is published I shall expect a reference likewise I shall mention you as my inpsiration on the humour front.
I apologise for my crassness,if as a group, those who comment on my blog or I were to predict who out of our elite little group would be the first to hit the big time and go on to publish a book I think we would say you or Whitterer on Autism.The last sentence sounds a bit like something out of an end of school yearbook-you know Most likely to succeed kind of thing!

Anonymous said...

Just a little fish too..... :(

I don't think I'm terribly contraversial... unless you want to discuss toilet training at the moment.... :)


Toilet training is not too successful around here either.....oh well.




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(A Blessing from St. Patrick)
May the road rise to meet you,

May the wind be always at your back,

May the sun shine warm upon your face,

May the rains fall soft upon your fields,

And, until we meet again,

May God hold you in the hollow of His hand.