I can’t remember if I said here, but I finally got a new bed.
Problem is, its massive. I just didn’t realise that I’d chosen something so big! It didn’t look that big in the shop. You know, you could easily sleep six people in it with out anybody falling over the edge. Not that I intend to let six people sleep in it. But that’s just to give you some idea. But it’ll be handy if I do get people visiting and they have to stay, from out of London or abroad for example.
In fact, I prefer the smaller bed next door because if you wake up in the dark and reach out, at least you can touch something rather than just grabbing air. (no snide comments from you Cat, please, as I don’t mean THAT!). I think actually I’ll have to re-sell it and settle for something smaller. Lose some money, I suppose, but who really cares about that.
Well what’s new? It seems a certain Radio Show Page has been invaded with comments from the usual person adopting a fake alias. What is really funny is that he really thinks nobody can tell that its him when he just continues to speak in his normal aggressive language! A sad little man in reality. A man who is really a nobody, but is desperately trying to prove that he is a ‘somebody’. Why try and ‘prove’ to be something you’re not? Or as a certain Yorkshire Pudding (sorry Barbara for involving Yorkshire!) once said when publicly writing to this particular person . . . “At least David [myself] is consistent in what he says and doesn’t try to pretend to be something he’s not”. Quote of the year, that! Well, I’ve included it in my next book. It’s a classic!
I just thought I’d take a break from the writing (the second volume). Helps to get away from all that technical legal stuff. Got a glass of red wine to sip, but better be careful, as I realise I have not eaten anything today. Well I’m not hungry now. Which is just as well as I’ve hardly got any food in the place!
‘My’ Jane is on a long holiday at the moment (the person who interviewed me for my Talk before last). And I miss meeting her locally as we could do before. But I managed to get her a DVD of the Talk before she left. So hope she enjoys that anyway.
Well, better think about getting back to work. But cannot really sign off without referring to Cat’s classic near the end of my replies on my last Blog Post. He gave a link to something he’d created (a photograph, I mean) showing myself in the ‘Popemobile’ outside a faceless bungalow .somewhere on the South Coast. What I think is funny about it, is that he’s portrayed me as having ‘bullet-proof glass’ all around me! Come on Cat – nobody really hates me that much . . . do they??!!