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Well here I am on a wet Tuesday afternoon, there is water in bottles and water in saucepans and water in buckets, water in the bath and water in the sink. There is also water in the huge flood outside our house and rain is pouring down from the sky. However there is no water in our taps today and it won't be back till 6 o'clock. So a very wet day without water, strange really. My trainers are still wet from Friday night, and so are Ian's old shoes, and things don't look like they'll get drier any time soon.
I went to a music practice at church last night, I learned a few lovely new songs, but I would like to have learned a whole lot more, I'm really keen to learn new music right at the moment. Tonight we are going to see a play called Remember, Remember, performed by Riding Lights (a theatre company). It's all about the gunpowder plot, no surprises there, and I'm really looking forward to it. Before then we've got an Asda order arriving and I'll need to cook tea without any help from my taps. Now, I really can't ignore that huge pile of laundry any longer so I'll have to go and do something with it!

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takahe
Nov. 9th, 2005 07:25 am (UTC)
Ah, rain, you have an English winter on the way.
I'm sorry about the water being turned off. I guess that is happening again today?
good luck with that.
I hope the play was good too.

What's an Asda order?
vivh
Nov. 9th, 2005 07:40 am (UTC)
Asda is a big supermarket, we put in an order using the internet, they deliver it the next day, really handy when you don't have a car!
Yes the play was good, but fairly challenging because it was relating the gunpowder plot with the issues of terrorism today, the mind of the terrorist, the reactions of authority, the reaction of ordinary people, the role and reaction of religion in the whole process, very well done but uncomfortable in some ways. Glad I saw it though and the boys found it really interesting!
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