We're taking a bit of a breather while the world rearranges its underpants. Meanwhile, the other blog is here.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

A host...

Easter's over so it's time to roll out the notices for the May Bank Holiday closures (it's too confusing for everyone to have them all on the same notice)(trust me on that).

Maudie's most of the way through printing them out for to go out to libraries when the inevitable spanner in the works turns up.

"They haven't got daffodils in the corner,"

says T.Aldous.


Anonymous said...

who gives a flying **** about daffodils, the public will still complain were not open anyhow. At lenth... constantly. Oh, i wont be there... hahaha!

Gadjo Dilo said...

Wouldn't a picture of Lenin in the corner be more appropriate for the Mayday bank holiday?

The Topiary Cow said...

And this is a problem because?

Cow obviously lacking in a daffodil sensibility here...


Unknown said...

this leaves an opportunity for free-lance artwork which could include May-poles, Morris-dancers, Daffodils or a combination of all 3, Helminthdale library is a wealth of creative opportunities. I wish I could visit. Sigh. Must remember to go to my local library... ...this darned internet is making me into a laptop potaoe

Kevin Musgrove said...

Anonymous: many may not notice. Including the staff.

Gadjo: hearts of oak, my lad, and heads to match.

Ms. Cow: I've no idea why it was a problem but scared that I might be able to work it out.

Wendy: Helminthdale is a dream best imagined, believe me. Reading Library's got internet access but I can't remember if they've started charging for it or not. It might be half hour free and pay thereafter. Don't tell them I sent you! (-:

I think I'm going to have to blog about that bloody maypole... I'll research the story next time I'm at Dutch Bend.