Well there’s good news and bad news. The bad news is that I was without the internet from Wednesday to Friday. Wednesday due to technical difficulties (don’t ask) and being busy making even more cups of tea and coffee than usual because we were having new kitchen worktops installed. And it’s a well known rule that nice, friendly workmen need a constant supply of high quality beverages. Thursday was spent in lovely Cirencester, while Friday was a blur of clearing sawdust and putting everything back into cupboards. I can think of better ways to spend a holiday but a nice hot bath, a pot of tea a few of my mother’s welshcakes have made a new woman of me.

The good news is that I took this enforced break very calmly and have therefore concluded that I am not as addicted to the internet as previously confessed. Which is a Very Good Thing. There is another piece of good news from another blogger but I heard about this in an email and it’s not yet published so I’d best keep schtum for the minute. Woof.

More on kitchens and medieval churches later, in the mean time, you might like to study this picture carefully [via].

14 Responses to “Internetless”

  1. briggy
    August 28th, 2004 09:55

    you mystery woman you!


    … has someone at the Telegraph actually hidden the word ‘wanker’ around that man’s head?

    ps welcome back

  2. Katherine
    August 29th, 2004 10:21

    Oh, I like it!

  3. Nagl
    August 29th, 2004 18:54

    Now that’s an Art Attack!

  4. anan
    August 29th, 2004 20:56

    welcome back, dear

    i was beginning to think you were unwell.
    or abducted by aliens.
    your house must be in smashing form by now. (Pics?)

  5. Cindy
    September 2nd, 2004 02:31

    daisy – come back! I miss u!

  6. Morgan
    September 3rd, 2004 13:02

    How were the Cotswolds? Did they treat you well? They have a habit of trapping the unsuspecting visitor in traffic jams then inviting the locals to laugh at them.

  7. Croila
    September 3rd, 2004 17:41

    Oh! Welshcakes! They look just like the ones I haven’t made for about three or four years but I keep meaning to, as I’ve inherited my Welsh granny’s planc and it’s languishing in one of my kitchen cupboards unused for ages. Well thanks to your lovely picture of Welshcakes, I’m going to dig it out and make my dad a happy man :-D

  8. anni
    September 4th, 2004 10:27

    Where are you? I miss yoooooooo!

  9. Cancergiggles
    September 4th, 2004 13:31

    “I am not as addicted to the internet as previously confessed”
    Strange place to feel you had to make this statement.
    Bet you didn’t just write it down on a pad!

  10. Katherine
    September 4th, 2004 18:24

    Hope you come back soon, I miss you!

  11. Kirsi
    September 5th, 2004 10:32

    I hope everything is ok. Miss you!

  12. briggy
    September 5th, 2004 11:54

    hey daisy.

    wherever you are its probably healthier and more fun than being online all the time.

    go you girl!


  13. anan
    September 6th, 2004 01:03

    daisy, if you haven’t had a heart attack, lift your hand to the mouse and knock twice.


    alright, that’s it. i’m calling the paramedics.

    anybody here remember the number for 911?

  14. anni
    September 6th, 2004 14:06

    Yeah, it’s 999 here in England! :p

    I hope you are well Daisy. Getting a bit worried now.

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