Our dinner last night to go with a salad. I ended up with these plus three more bamboo skewers from 2 big porterhouse steaks.
Mr Wanderer carted these, all 12 of them for a month in his backpack all the way from Turkey! On the way in, Custom officers didn’t let him. They thought they were weapons!
Anyhow he told them they were fair dinkum skewers and he couldn’t wait til he get home to have a BBQ!
Some people are…fill in the gap!
Last night I felt frustrated. I wanted to spend time with him but ended up sharing him with every man and his dog!
First he was on work calls til 6:30pm despite him saying he’d be free by 5:30pm.
Then he left me to sort out dinner to go do whatever. After that as soon as we sat down to eat his housemate came back and so joined us.
All night I wanted to just have him to myself. And well that didn’t happen.
Two steps forward..one step back.
My next project. I’m getting my built in robes redone. Mr Wanderer told me I should save up money to buy a house.
I’m like not yet. Now that I’ve decided to stay I want my place to be comfortable.
May be I’ll buy a little place somewhere..may be! If little Ms V can save up 😂
Stay there a while yet, Vy, to me only just moved in!
The story of the Wanderer getting those skewers through customs reminds me of when my wife moved in with to be with me prior to our getting married. I told her to ship any package to my workplace. So she packed up all of her kitchen pots, pans, dishes, etc. Then the day before they were to arrive, she mentioned she also included all of her butcher knives in the box. I worked in a federal government courthouse! As soon as I got to work, I ran to the loading dock and told the security guards what was coming. They laughed so hard and promised to call me as soon as it came in so I could bring my car around. Whew! – Marty
That’s hilarious Marty!
Yes. I love my apartment block. It’s convenient! Only 1-2 blocks to the shops or beach. And I have the bus or light rail at my disposal. If I’m not too lazy I can walk or cycle to the CBD. It’s the lifestyle that I want. I can’t imagine moving back to the suburbs.
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