Monday, 23 May 2011

Just in case...

...you think I've died of stress or over-excitement mingled with terror in case It All Goes Wrong Again, this is what's on the agenda for this week.

Tomorrow: Nothing much until it's time to don thermals and winter coats for our 4th and final archery for beginners class. Gales permitting.


Wednesday: Very early flight to Bristol and 50 miles beyond for house-viewing; late flight home. Gales and Icelandic volcano permitting.


Thursday: Cleaning and primping-up of house for young buyer and his mum to look round. Hopefully the last viewing I will ever have to conduct. Before they arrive, the surveyor will have been round too. Fingers crossed that he doesn't spot anything that I've missed in the constant round of home maintenance.


Friday: Small dog to vet to have two stitches out from her little operation last week to remove various lumps, one of which, at the side of her neck, kept getting knocked and injured. Chances are that she'll bite the vet - she who has never bitten anyone but him.


Saturday: Nothing. Nothing at all. No-o-o-o-othing planned. At all.


Oh all right then, maybe I'll write a little post about my house-viewing trip to Somerset....

13 comments:

Pam said...

Yes please!!!!Happy househunting and happy healing for Hamish.x

elizabethm said...

I am keeping my fingers crossed for you ( so crossed it read keepong). I so hope the sale works and I am quite sure you will find a house you will love. As to friends, that will be fine too. As to Hamish, I would put money on your low cunning.

judy in ky said...

Such a sweet little dog photo! Good luck house hunting. I would love to see a photo from Somerset.

flwrjane said...

I for one don't think I will be able to wait till Saturday.

Quite a week you've got planned, weather permitting:)

Good luck.

xo Jane

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

Your agenda this week seems just right for dissipating any agitation over the possible sale of your house .
Nothing like viewings , playing with sharp objects , two flights w/ accompanying security rigmarole , and a vet approaching one's pet wth yet more sharp objects to calm one's nerves .

Lesley said...

Great pics annd sooo much to do. Have a good trip and pats and cuddles to Tosca!

Lesley x x

Lucille said...

Can't wait to hear all about it. Good news that a surveyor is booked in. That's serious money being committed.

the veg artist said...

Just the usual slow lane life then! We need details of the house! Details!! And hugs and kisses to Tosca, poor little thing.

frayedattheedge said...

Enjoy your archery - I would be worried that I would impale someone, as my aim isn't very good!! The latest on the news was that the ash cloud is moving more slowly and shouldn't be a problem (we are so glad we weren't flying back this week!)

jabblog said...

Good luck, good luck!
Are you continuing to an intermediate archery course - maybe in Somerset?
Hope Tosca's lumps don't return. Older dogs do tend to get lumpy, don't they?

Arthur Ransome said...

All the very best for their viewing you and your viewing them. And hugs to Tosca, what a sweetie!

Frances said...

I too have a dog that is sweetness and light to everyone..... but vets!! He shakes so much they can't examine him at all, that's if I can even get him near enough! Good luck with the flights and househunting.

Dartford Warbler said...

I hope you managed to get away to the South West today Rachel. Not sure if the volcano is cooperating though.....?

Have a good week.

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