Monday, February 4

THAT time of year again. . .

I've hoovered out the cutlery drawer
spring-cleaned the chicken house (why DO they all sleep in one nesting box?)
groomed Bruce until he shone
made a casserole, a sundried tomato flan and minestrone soup
emptied my handbag- and put it all back again
crocheted another owl
replaced two missing buttons
eaten two bowls of porridge
drunk three cuppas
and polished my glasses (I actually thought I had cataracts!)


what inevitable fate am I desperate to postpone?

yes, it's that time again. . .

End of Year Accounts
oh the joy of being self employed

and I may be gone some time. . .



KC'sCourt! said...

I'm sure it will all be fine and you will be back sooner than you think!
Julie xxxxxxxx

BadPenny said...

Ha Ha hoovering the cutlery drawer - I do that !
I'd love to meet again ( we met briefely at your vintage fair once ) but I don't drive, I'm near Lymington & could get a train somewhere.
Very thoughtful of you thinking of me sad when Jess goes to America x

Stins said...

Good luck ;-)

Ivy Black said...

Excellent distraction technique you've got going there! I'm very impressed. I'd love a Bruce to groom for hours but I usually end up cleaning the windows as a last resort rather than tackle what it is I'm meant to be doing.
You'll be done in a jiffy...apparently tax doesn't need to be taxiing

Lazy Daisy Jones said...

You make me laugh...and for that i thank you!
D x

Winkel's Crazy Ideas said...

Love the way you describe the postphoning process, can just picture you, going about everything but the taxes. Good luck with the jucky job, hopefully it will all soon be behind you. Pam :-)

Sue said...

Cataracts - you had me laughing there :-)

End of year accounts - poor you, we've just had to pay this quarters VAT - Gulp!!

There's an award for you over at mine (if you have the time between sums).

Sue xx

lettice leaf said...

Displacement therapy is what you've been doing...
'Now where did I put my placement?'


Vintage Sheet Addict said...

Good Luck! :) x

Vintage Tea Time said...

Ha, ha! Good luck!

nilly said...

Thank goodness Mr N does that! And a bit of washing up. Leaves everything else to me though!
(PS. Oh the relief when you realise -again - that it's NOT cataracts!)

Vintage Jane said...

Good luck! Thankfully, the Mr has a very good retired lady who 'does it' for us. M x

delia hornbook said...

Bless your heart, fingers crossed it doesn't take you to long and your back soon. Good luck, dee xx

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

So that was yesterday ... I'll check back in a day or three to be sure we don't need to send a rescue party ... good luck!

Sylvia said...

Enjoyed the way you describe this, Elaine :-)
Good luck !

WinnibriggsHouse said...

Thanks for the comment. Made me smile as usual. However I can't compare with your beautiful views or the fact that you can keep chucks! I look out over a blooming Asda at the front ( though my garden and summer house make up for it at the back). Glad to see you managed to climb down from the paperwork though. Xx

tailor green said...

Hi Elaine,
Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my blog and thank you for becoming a follower my second yea !
I really love you blog and Cant wait to see more !
All the best Adamxxx

Tonia said...

Reading posts I have missed and came across the sad but lovely one about your Mum. A talent for finding happiness in unlikely situations is a very good thing indeed - I'm glad you have it too.
Good luck with the accounts.

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