The day after the night before.

Posted by Jeni in Ad Infinitum | 15 January 2011

Sunday looms.

I need to sleep, and relax before tomorrows show.

Doing one a week is harder than every day. Need the regularity to work out the wrinkles.

I have to psych myself up.

The old git and me went up the Kings Road for breakfast. he had crepes with bacon and scrambled egg and I had a BIG cup of coffee and a bowl of porridge with honey and 2 cherries and a strawberry.

He bought presents for the cast and crew at The Arcola.

He is now having a kip before he leaves for tonights performance.

I am falling asleep over the computer after yesterdays intensity.

No Yoga today though, I think I might fall asleep at the mat.

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Comments

1. At January 15, 2011 4:25 PM Lindy Fleetwood wrote:

Sunday morning not long off and your soothing voice, no better way to start a Sunday. Saturday......lifted dining room carpet, fortunately had varnished floorboards years ago, new carpet can wait until Bentley has stopped bringing all manner of items indoors. Talking of Bentley he had his first big visit to the groomers today and looks wonderful. Hear to you tomorrow love to all xxhugxx

2. At January 15, 2011 6:42 PM Kirsten Alicia wrote:

Enjoy the show Jeni, I'm sure it will be a good one.
I'm delighted you enjoyed 'The Painter', it sounds wonderful. I'm going to try to get a ticket when I get home. Hugs.

3. At January 16, 2011 11:22 AM Lyn Misselbrook wrote:

All my best wishes to your brother & family, Jeni and to you &, Jim & Beth. Lyn xxx Major HUG

4. At January 16, 2011 12:02 PM ann hamilton wrote:

SO enjoy your new programme on the radio. I enjoy listening while preparing our Sunday lunch.
Why is there no pic. of you on the BBC website? Longing to see the new slim you!! Loved the story of you showing your freedom pass pic to the customs man. My freedom pass pic is better too than my passport!
Keep up the good work. Sunday mornings are a lot more cheerier listening to you.
Best Regards
Ann H.

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