It’s looking a little healthier now, thank you for asking. My infant daughter has got used to the novelty and has stopped pointing her finger at me and giggling.
In the past week I have had my friend Gaza M to visit, my parents in law to visit and generally been involved in a whirl of gaiety.Â Stay tuned for further details.
on 28 October 2004 at 12:42
The hair looks lovely Waffle.
My mother maintains that she always thought she looked lovely until she had a daughter to put her straight.
on 28 October 2004 at 12:43
Sounds like a good week. We are pining for further instalment of the LJS tale, by the way …..
on 28 October 2004 at 12:49
Oh Chintzy, alas, not hers, mine. Her hair is still a bit thin for ribbons… Norah, thank you, you are too kind. I see where your mother’s coming from though. Pog, every spare minute in the past week has obviously been spent mulling on the fate of LJS, worry not.
on 28 October 2004 at 12:50
Thank god the hair is sorting itself out 😐
And no we’re not… ignore Pog.
on 28 October 2004 at 12:55
Ahh righty, sory Mrs Waffle..still..pink ribbons always look good.
on 28 October 2004 at 13:06
Jack, ah you love it really. Chintzy, am in entire agreement re ribbons, but may have a fight on my hands with the rest of them.
on 28 October 2004 at 13:12
Well I personally feel my general absence has obviously left waffle in trouble coming up with new and exciting material for LJS – seeing as I surely make up the main thrust of the character (as it were).
As for the hair, good luck with the growth – a bit of length is always a good thing. And of course it gives herself something to swing off if biccies aren’t coming fast enough…
on 28 October 2004 at 13:39
and the swiss end of LJS is deeply apologetic for not having done anything – I’ve been having a bad hair year….
on 28 October 2004 at 21:16
Well then Locotes, get back writing. I presume the flood waters have now subsided and you can make it to a computer safely. Heather, I think we’re making them keener by pausing..