Saturday, May 07, 2005

Satdee night

Well obviously every other blogger in the universe has some kind of social life as there are no new posts and nothing to read. Does this mean you're all out? Watching the footy? Interested in Battlestar Galactica?

I've had a shabby day. After 3 days of Finn throwing up, Malo decided to jump on the bandwagon. This meant I missed my one party of the week - a one year olds birthday party - actually, it would have been fantastic as her parents are doyen/nes of socialising and very fabulous.

In fact when I got in the car this morning to pick up a new clothesline from Mitre 10 Mega (go Petone!) I realised that I haven't left the 'hood for a good 5 days.

At least everything is peaceful here for the minute as I have a nice sauv and Glen watches the rugby.

Might just secretly upgrade that flickr membership too, shhhh.

6 comments:

Alan said...

Assuming quite a lot there Martha - I have no social life *and* I was not blogging. Though we did watch a nice TV program I downloaded the other day (with single malt in hand), and installed some new stuff on the 'puter, but apart from that, nowt.

Martha said...

Anything with a nice single malt in hand sounds nice. Mmmm laphroaig...

Mike said...

Was still suffering from Friday night's alcholic extravaganca. Body just ain't what it used to be.

Martha said...

Ah bless, I'm still recovering from Friday a week ago! Was gonna blog it, but it was just so SORDID. Petone night life is like being 18...

Alan said...

Laphroaig, yeah, smoky as! But I favour Talisker as it's the only one we've ever visited on one especially memorable trip to Skye and the Western Isles.

But oh, for a Friday Night, as of old. Where did they go?

Martha said...

To be honest at the minute not missing the old Fridays at all - although with a house full of tummy bug the thought of a hangover is just too much to bear.

The last bottle of laphroiag we got had a little coupon you could send to the distillery which gave you ownership of a square foot of their land. Of course we never did it, but I think it was a lovely idea.