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Monday, June 28, 2010

VERSAILLES: "The unhappy compromise, a Carthaginian peace, you can only extract so much from the perpetrator before all lose again," warns PLInkletter



Be all that as it may, meanwhile:
'In other news…'
28th June 2010

Monday: My word my missus moves fast… No sooner had her kind brother, Umple Dais, given her $250 gift voucher yesterday, valid at Westfield shopping centres, than she had me taxiing her to a Westfield shopping centre but one day later!

We visited Whitfords City Shopping Centre, and I escorted the material girl upstairs to Lincraft, and an hour later I was staggering out, ten steps to the left, seven to the right, under the weight of 68 one hundred gram balls of pure wool, plus a bonus pattern book for spending so much (I kindly chipped in a bit of gold shrapnel on top of the card).

And to rub it in to her susbservive mates at the Mt Lawley Caffissimo knitting group, she took some for a new project. I dropped her off there about 7.15 p.m., and travelled on to The Babies Ink&Peggletter's pad in Adelaide Terrace, to while away two plus hours, doing the jobs with the plants and fish for while they're away in Thailand, and then a solid hour of paperwork I took for the occasion, before a twenty minute rereading of Anne Enright's 'The Gathering' – read it!, elegantly sipping a warmed – in the highest mounted microwave I've ever encountered – red grape juice.

Baby Inkletter would have to sprout wings, and hover to use it, parked in a cupboard above the fridge.

I picked up my darling wife at ten, to witness her give a lovely white crocheted shawl to Anita, one of the sweet attendees – she was highly appreciative, if thrown and nonplussed.

Home in time for Lateline:
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