We must do lunch one day - obviously, I'll sit a few tables away from you so people won't think I'm with you. Wouldn't want to embarrass you!
I'm not a very popular lass so I can't be fussy either. My friends are nice and I do care about them a lot, but one of the weirdest conversations I had this year went like
him "That's weird, she's a dame" (I think the dame in question was Judi Dench).
me "why's that weird?"
him "well, because dame means tranvestite, doesn't it?"
me *mops the floor, as I dropped my tea* "WHAT?!"
him "well you have dame Edna which is the only dame there is I thought, and that's a genderbender..."
You're free to sit with many anytime you want LoZy!
But I'd rather not sit at the old table.
No, because that's where I sit....
You see, I already had one medical condition associated with elderly women in their 60's. Now this week I have been diagnosed with another one, usually for people though again, mainly women, over their 50's.
I really, really hate being me.
I guess I could sit at the old table if it'll make y'all feel better.
Also, sorry to hear that viv!
Ta. Means I have to go to the eye specialist this Tuesday. Which freaks me out because a) I fear what they will find and b) they will, regardless result, use eyedrops that render me half blind for the rest of the day. And blurry the next day.
It's nice at the old table as I have just baked a christmas cake.
That said, I've only just baked it, it's cooling down, and maybe it'll taste disgusting.