Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Yawn!



A hard day at the museum today, very tired, so here is a picture of a bus!   Sorting cards and books, dealing with a visitor or two, answering queries from the people from the 'Friends,' and ensuring I have enough tea to keep me going is very difficult.  A typical situation was the workman who came looking for the ladder.  He was sent to me, who knew nothing, I sent for Jenny who knew nothing, she ask Julie who had sent him to me as she knew nothing!!  His lorry blocked the yard so I ran to the old Town Hall, who we work alongside, and discovered it there.  Such simple things give me exercise and waste many minutes running around when my tea was getting cold.  A 'Do' was under way in the big hall, featuring music and fish and chips, for older folks.  Most would enjoy their day out and it enabled me to get a free dinner as extra were ordered!  By the time I left, two hours or more late, knees aching and mind warped, I had collected another left over one from the leftovers.  Two fish suppers in one day, that's eating!  However now I am asleep on my feet.  The difficulty of keeping my eyes open make it...zzzzzzzz  



11 comments:

Mike Smith said...

Two fish suppers? Good cod...

the fly in the web said...

Two fish suppers in one day...bliss!

Carol in Cairns said...

Yum ~ I have been hankering for a feed of real fish and chips for weeks. Maybe this Friday night on the way home. Busy days are good days.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

They really should take more care of prized exhibits. I think I will go write a letter to someone!

Adullamite said...

Mike, What? Sorry my herrings not very good.

Fly, I have not had one for months (around a fiver a time these days!)

Carol, You deserve a goo fish supper at the end ofthe week! I'll pay!

Jerry, I am NOT an exhibit!!!!

the fly in the web said...

A fiver! I think I'll have to go and lie down...

Adullamite said...

Fly, That's why I use Tesco!

Lee said...

Chasing ladders along with eating fish and chips will tire you out any day. To rectify that...forget the ladders and just stick to the fish and chips.

Adullamite said...

Lee, Good idea!

Jenny Woolf said...

I really think my eyes (or brain, maybe) are packing up. I thought you said, "here is a picture of a bust" and I thought, "no, it's a bus".

Don't worry I won't tell you the rest of my tedious thought processes. Maybe it's getting late.

Adullamite said...

Jenny, Nothing wrong with your brain. Tireness does that to us.