Friday, September 18, 2009

and relax...

i know my readers will be keen to know how today went so i have forced herself to type a quick post. the day started off with a rather poor omen - herself cut her mouth on her muesli. how anyone can get an injury from breakfast cereal is beyond me but if anyone can it is herself. luckily things improved after that.

my boy got dressed with scarcely a whimper. mr snake charmer came round to cheer us all on. mrs next door went along to the nice college with the animals with herself and my boy and by all accounts it went swimmingly, in spite of there being a lot of hanging around and paperwork. my boy was photographed for his id card and managed not to look like an axe murderer. they met the other students and the tutors who seem very nice.

my boy is going to be part of a project involving chicken husbandry which herself said meant he had to marry a chicken. my boy said this was a rather limp joke. anyway, they came home half an hour ago looking very much cheerier than before. so there will be celebrations this weekend...

7 comments:

deb said...

Wonderful.

Catofstripes said...

Hurrah! kiss that chicken for me!

Anonymous me said...

Fantabulous! No seriously, I am so so chuffed that it went OK ... long may it continue.

Never knew muesli could be dangerous, you live and learn eh? See ... that never happens with black pudding sarnies (I don't suppose there is a veggie black pudding though so any inherent danger is entirely irrelavent!)

xx Jos

starrlife said...

That is so exciting! I hope the boy will find great satisfaction there! His peeps are so fabulous!

uphilldowndale said...

Oh, yes, oh yes; doing a little dance for you!!!

Woman in a Window said...

It's always a great accomplishment to NOT look like an axe murderer in any id photo.

Wonderful wonderful that he's involved!

Vetnurse said...

That's it no more roast chicken, or chicken sarnies or anything food related in chickens.
Seriously though glad it went ok
:-)
And yup there is a veggie black pudding it is called white pudding, tastes ok but real is better.