Sorry, I must go in five minutes. I'm just finishing off half a melon - I know that the Sage will eat the other half, but if I leave the whole thing he won't even see it - and going to put washing on the line - again, he can be relied on to bring it in but not to empty the washing machine. I've recorded anything I might want to see on television in the next week - actually, that means the last of the 4th series of The Wire. I haven't seen any of it yet; that is, of that series. I think it's fabulous and wish that I still had a DVD recorder (that records onto discs, that is) so that I hadn't had to delete them. I think I'll buy the set, in fact - Ro will certainly be pleased if I do.
So, have a fabulous time while I'm away and don't feel that you have to be good. If I have a chance I'll drop in during the week but probably to leave a comment rather than a post as it always feels odd to blog away from home. See you next Monday.
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I'm ashamed to say that I still haven't mastered my beautiful new recorder but #1 son and the teenagers are coming at the week-end so hopefully there will be deliverance.
I tried with the manual but I don't understand the language and I was a dab hand with my old simple one.
I'm the simple one.
Oh my gods The Wire is fantastic. Second best teevee show ever; just behind Deadwood.
As you're not here I won't bother to comment.
Z - What Dave said.
err, bye then
Glad the 'official business' went well. Enjoy your trip.
I'm one of those idiots when it comes to recording things...my hubbie has to do that for me...
I love how you leave out food...and little hints to the Sage...tee hee!
Have a lovely trip... :)
I've not bothered reading most of the manual - it seems to do it all for me. I quite liked programming it in manually because you could allow for the previous programme to overrun, now I quite often miss the last few seconds because something has started late. The Sage at least can switch our new television on and off and watch it; he had been quite intimidated by needing two remotes just to get anything at all. I agree. I liked it when it was simpler.
He keeps phoning me - he's missing me. I like to be missed, actually. Keeps us all on our toes...
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