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Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Small red dog with rabbits

Did you cook my rabbit?
Guitar class was entertaining. Edith de France has her class before me so was very excited that I had survived the volcanic ash cloud while in Scotland. Apparently it has been the main topic of conversation in the group last week. "Did Rosana make it out of the cloud alive...did she choke to death or was she burnt?"
She also informed me that Mia the postlady has in fact received the postcard I sent to the group via the community centre but she is refusing to hand it over until Rosana is back from the volcanic ash cloud and we are all together again. That's tomorrow...which will be another event in itself because...the book of sheet music with two (not one but two) CDs that I got from Amazon is being presented to Jordi from the group as an end of term present for running the group sessions for free in his own spare time.
The old town surgery has been revamped and turned into an official school of music. This means it is eligible for lots of funds (from where?). So, all in all, everybody is in very fine moods.
Oh...and the hot water heater has blown out again and I can't reach it this year either...


  1. It had two names! Trudy & Harry are, I guess, the lying down & floating ones on account of being in the casserole.

    So will you grant permission? Personally I'd find it a bit claustrophobic being put in a book.

  2. I too survived the volcano. And the Rapture. And the rabbit escaped. So no slot in heaven for us yet.

  3. Too lost here to comment, I'm afraid. Sorry.

  4. Christopher: We are all "Local Hero" fans and somehow all fans of the west coast of scotland...and a few musicians thrown in. We are definately all lost.


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