Tuesday, 15 July 2008



11 comments:

Tim said...

Help! She's finished and I'm still checking this webpage for updates. I NEED HELP!

Tim

:O)

(well done Minx, better than the GDR home IMHO. Now I'm sorry but I'm going to delete you from my bookmarks before anyone starts to worry about me at work!)

Tom said...

Tim, I'm doing the same thing.
We can't let go.

I think either we go get counselling for it OR Jenn is going to have to start again :)

Minx said...

You can't give up your habit yet because Jenn has promised to submit a 'what I did on my holiday' essay as soon as she's back to reality....

Both of you send me your addresses via the Minx contact page and as reward for your dedication (let's just call it that shall we?) I'll send you one of our new 70's style embroidered patch badges. They've just come in and are SO cool I am desperate to send them to someone!

Minx

Tim said...

Bugger, I'm checking back again. (kinda worth it by the sounds of it though, thanks Minx :O)

Tom, shall we start MinxAnon for us poor confused blokes that should know better?

Tim

adjustablecrumpet said...

Heh. The magpies are BLACK in New Mexico... ;o)

canadiankate said...

I have been addicted to this blog since the GDR started - flitting between it and the GDR blog itself. I don't know what i'm going to do with myself now that its done. Maybe actually get on my bike and ride!
well done Jenn, your achievement is amazing.

And the photo is adorable!

Tom said...

Just checked back too (tantalisingly trying yo ignore Jenn's posting above - just to make myself wait longer) :)

Minx - a badge, my very own badge?
*swoons**faints*

:)

Tim said...

[waves at Jenn]

Hello :O)

[waves at Tom]

Hello again. Look up, she's posted finally! Whoop de woo!

Tim said...

A poem by a Dorset bloke;

1 for sorrow
2 for joy
3 for a girl
4 for a boy
5 for silver
6 for gold
7 for a secrete never told

Or the offical one from Far from the Madding Crowd by another Dorset bolke;

One for anger
Two for mirth
Three for a wedding
Four for birth
Five for rich
Six for poor
Seven for a witch
Eight for a whore
Nine for a burying
Ten for a dance
Eleven for England
Twelve for France

So, how many black ones did you see young lady?

Tim

Cass said...

congratulations on a simply (hard to comprehend) epic (to the power of epic) tour. wow.

now you can enjoy the fine wines of Napa.

Tim said...

Minx, you're lovely, thanks :O)