Thursday, June 18, 2009

Can’t stop…


We’re down to our last TV – my mother’s old Sony, so French son is whisking me off to Taunton to suss what’s available and buy sweaters for his missus (we can do something right over here.) I haven’t been for months so it’s a treat and I can stock up with make-up – unavailable here – Lancombe please note. Oops just checked the spelling and I had forgotten I’d changed to Clinique. Sun’s on high but it’s fresh. What to wear? Bye!

11 comments:

Jimmy Bastard said...

Like a warm summer breeze... it touches everything on its journey rushing through the skies.

kenju said...

Happy TV hunting!

savannah said...

*sigh* how long must i wait before one of my sons takes me tv shopping, sugar? ;~D xoxox

Kate Lord Brown said...

Just popped over to say thanks. Taunton lovely (grew up near there). Hope you cleaned out Clinique x

Kim Ayres said...

Digital switchover here in a couple of weeks, so that'll be the end of TV. Only using it for watching DVDs & videos after that.

R. Sherman said...

Get something cool and trendy.

I tried to comment yesterday on your TEVAs, but couldn't get through. My internet was bad. Anyway, those are great water shoes -- perfect for canoeing here in the Ozarks as our streams are filled with rocks and gravel. Hard on the feet when walking around.

Cheers.

PI said...

Judy; it was it was!

Savannah: maybe a decade or two. Don't worry it'll soon pass;)

Kate: I should be OK for another year and as I used Boots she threw in some extra points. Your book is inspirational.

Kim: y'see now we never watch DVD's and videos - unless the children are here. I'm happy with a TV - I like Freeview and the ability to record a programme I have to miss.

Randall: I think we have. I wear the sandals all the time but have never tried them in water.

PI said...

Jimmy: now you are getting poetic. And I like it:)

Kevin Musgrove said...

I'll have to get this mind in for a rechoke. I was wondering why you were planning on watching a sweater when your TV dies. (Mind you, looking at the schedules...)

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Hope you fpund a WONDERFUL TV....
You should Buy your make-up and stuff like that--On Linew.
It saves trips to certain places---Though this one sounds like fun wih your dear French son!

PI said...

Kevin: say no more:)

Naomi: I'll let you know. I've never tried buying make up on line and now have about a year's supply but I'll bear it in mind.
I do buy some clothes and books on line - but sparingly.