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Excuse me I'm rather p1ssed!

(10 Posts)
Merlot Sun 27-Feb-05 00:08:57

Have just had a lovely evening out with dh

We went to a fundraising evening at our local village hall (mexican evening - complete with sombreros ) for the rebuilding of our village sports' pavillion. I have just bid for (and won) a lullaby/nursery rhyme session with a local musician for 6 kids plus ds2 (I thought I might invite the children from hydrotherapy?) Do you think this is too pushy or do you think this is a good idea? Would you run a mile, if someone suggested this to you? Dh is putting doubts in my mind, but I feel that it would be welcomed - over to you.... Of course, it would be free of charge

JakB Sun 27-Feb-05 00:11:56

Ah, love, I have had a few glasses of vino too! Sounds loely. I wouldn't run a mile, at all. Lovely idea

JakB Sun 27-Feb-05 00:13:15

ps Glad you had a lovely evening out...

JaysMum Sun 27-Feb-05 01:20:14

Brilliant idea Merlot. Soooo glad you had a nice night.....hope the head isnt too sore in the morning!!!!!

KarenThirl Sun 27-Feb-05 08:12:40

Glad you had a fun night out. Does you good to get a break, doesn't it?


JakB Sun 27-Feb-05 10:02:55

How's your head, Merlot?
Mine is rough and I've got to do therapy with dd now!!!!

Merlot Sun 27-Feb-05 11:16:26

OOOerrr! Not so good JakB

But it was a lovely evening

Also bid for (and won) a package which includes (3 hours cleaning,4 hours babysitting and a meal for 2 at a local restaurant) all for £60 !! Bargain!! (Dhh is still reeling and says he's not taking me to another one of those events unless he can tie my hands behind my back!

coppertop Sun 27-Feb-05 13:05:39

I certainly wouldn't run a mile. Of course it would be even funnier if you could get the local musician to wear a sombrero too!

at the cleaning/babysitting/meal package. Lucky so-and-so!

Merlot Sun 27-Feb-05 18:52:30

mmm... the cleaning element is being carried out by one of the men who live in the village and he has offered to do it with nothing on but a frilly apron! Think I'll pass on that one, maybe it would be different if he was a Brad Pitt lookalike!

coppertop Sun 27-Feb-05 21:10:23

Wahey! But where would he keep his feather duster?

Now why don't I get offers like that?

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