Tuesday, February 19, 2008


I am convinced that the local post man is hiding around the corner and waiting for me to leave the house before he delivers my post because when ever I come back from dropping Beauty off at school, there it is! And the problem is?
The little red and white card he leaves which says SORRY YOU WEREN'T IN WHEN I CALLED which means a parcel to pick up at the Post Sorting Office! I am sure that the post men(I am not being sexist, they are all men there)at the Sorting Office know me by sight now.I wouldn't be so bad if the Sorting Office was close by but it is actually quite a distance.

John Barrowman

John Barrowman

FOR ALL JOHN BARROWMAN FANS - according to SnoWhite, he is as lovely in real life as he is on TV. John and his sister Carole were signing copies of their new book ANYTHING GOES at Borders in Cardiff on Saturday and so SnoWhite queued to get a signed copy for me for my birthday.What a lovely daughter. And John is a sweetheart too!
SnoWhite has also met Ianto from Torchwood(on the left of the photograph)-she served him in Ikea, Russell T Davies stood in front of her in a queue in M&S and they spoke to each other and she passed Burn Gorman(far right of the photograph) in the street. Probably the only 2 she would like to meet now are Rhys, Gwen's husband and of course David Tennnant.


David TennantDavid Tennant

Kai Owen as Rhys Williams in Torchwood Kai Owen as Rhys Williams

All I can say to SnoWhite is GET IN LINE GIRL!


Casdok said...

My postman does the same. I think it is somesort of ploy!
SnoWhite met John Barrowman!! Oh wow!!!


i so WISH it had been me meeting John Barrowman!

Steve said...

Our postman is the same. He deliberately waits until not only our house is empty but also our neighbours too so that the parcel cannot be left with anyone and has to be taken back to the depot... sometimes if he is really nasty he will take it all the way back to Coventry, several miles away from us...




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