7 March 2014
S – just seen a woman on the BBC Breakfast. The first publisher who read her book published it and got her a film deal. It is a cross between Harry Potter and Twilight. She is on her way to being the next JK Rowling – bugger. I am still feeling awful and eyes no better.
C – we need you back on top form if we are going to get that million pound book, film, play deal we so desire, want, need and deserve. Not forgetting that fact that we still have not been invited to get FRESHLY PRESSED, more likely to get FRESHLY PISSED or run over by a bus at this rate.
C – I just caught the end of an interview with the aforementioned author on the radio, she said she was so excited to get her book deal and that the film deal was the icing on the cake. She wants George Clooney to play the lead roll. Who do you think could play Sheshe and Camilla?
S – after careful consideration I think Angelina Jolie should play me and Catherine Zeta Jones you. However, in reality we may have to set our sights on Dame Judy Dench and Helen Mirrian, I have no doubt they will be clamouring for the roll of Sheshe and Camilla NOT!
C – just about to do second viewing at our wonderful million pound apartment. Hope they buy it.
A Little Later …
C – Just stuffed face with KFC and now have indigestion. Must make mental note not to tell the kids that I have been pigging out on junk food. I am always banging on about why we can’t have McDonalds for tea, it will have to be our little secret!!
Much Later …
C – thanks for doing post. We have started lambing today so won’t be able to do any extra hours at the estate agents for the moment. I need to be on hand in the afternoons so the Toby can get some sleep as all hell will break loose soon. I think I have been in denial, not wanting to think of the imminent onslaught. Will not have any time to blog as will be shepherdess, chief cook and bottle washer and will need to keep my cleaning going as well, so the rug has been firmly pulled yet again. George phoned and he is having a good time. He has been playing rugby and has found work so all go there for the time being – sleep well, Camilla.
S – at least the weather is not freezing and lambing will provide us with blogging material.
C – yes, so much better than last year but we have already had dead lambs and grief. Toby just having dinner and then he has to go out to see to the sick lambs, so not looking forward to the next three weeks without George to help.
S – George did so much to help last year. I am in bed and have just dropped my phone on my face – it hurt.
C – my texts will be like an episode of the Archers. Maybe we should blog about the dangers of texting in bed and dropping phone on face.