Bibliophile Lass (bibliogirl) wrote,
Bibliophile Lass

Today, I am a picture of sartorial elegance, in faded jeans (new, but pre-faded), bare feet, and a Guns & Roses T-shirt that's probably older than the mean age of LiveJournal members. On the Internet, nobody knows you're a slob...

The weekend mostly consisted of our third trip to Suffolk in as many weekends, this time for undyingking's 40th birthday party. Old git ;)

The party was very fine, the only downside being the drunken f**kwits who returned to the room next door to ours in the hotel at 5am and managed to (a) set the fire alarm off -- more than once -- and (b) spend the next 90 minutes arguing with one another and with the hotel manager, until the manager threw one of them out. At least that persuaded the rest of them to shut up. Sigh. Snore.

(It must be a feature of cheapish city-centre hotels; I've had a similar experience in Dublin.)

The UOOGB were as good as ever when we saw them in Epsom on Thursday. Yes, we've seen most of their repertoire before, but it's still amusing, and we had what I reckon were the best seats in the house -- middle of the fourth row back (the banking is such that that puts you level with the stage). Must remember to book for their next visit (May, apparently)

Must buy a faster PC sometime quite soon (but I've been saying this for months). Canon's utilities do include a batch process option for many things, but that doesn't change the fact that it takes bloody ages to do some things...

The launch party for Bad Blood, Rhiannon Lassiter's recent novel

W&A's wedding in Oxford in late July -- so far as I know, neither of them are on LJ (or if they are, they're keeping it amazingly quiet), but some of the attendees are.
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