mercoledì 21 febbraio 2018

The Storm Has Passed.

I'm talking about Gita, not The Curmudgeon and Robert's little spat last night.
(deleted to calm them down)

When an outside chair blows over, just pick it up and carry on.
I'm sorry to hear that other areas of the country weren't so lucky with the storm.

I have a late start this morning because I have no class period one. That means I can roll into Nuova Lazio High at about 10.15. That also means that there will be some time for violin practice.

Ho intenzione prendere il mio violino in Italia.
I'm thinking of taking my violin with me to Italy. As you can see, I have a very good case and I could take it onboard when we fly.


It would need looking after as we travel around - that's the down side - but then I could say I've played my violin in Italy.*

The other option would be to buy a cheap guitar over there. 
We'll see.

Shelley and I are off to a place near New Plymouth on Friday and I hear that it might be out of internet range. We will return on Sunday.
I've decided to leave The Curmudgeon in charge while I am away but here are a few rules to keep him in line:
  1. No fighting with Robert.
  2. Keep your posts as interesting as you can.
  3. Try to give as many Curmudgeons as possible a go at posting.
  4. No posts about outside furniture blowing over.
  5. Worship The Bass Bagging Hexagram by leaving a few comments.

Ciao.







* Am I just a wee bit of a wanker?

12 commenti:

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

The answer to your question is of course yes.

Re travelling with musical instruments, wouldn't a gazoo be more practical?

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

You mean take the violin?

Robert ha detto...

Good idea to take that post down this morning . It did"nt make for nice reading ...

Robert ha detto...

I was unlucky to read it early { 4.00 am } before it got deleated .

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

It wasn't the post, it was the comments by you two.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

The fat lady hasn't sung yet.

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

Read Robert's blog.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

I did. Frankly I don't understand the hissy fit.

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

Well...

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

Oops, he's buggered off again.

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

Robert actually gave a reasonably explanation for the names. An apology might be a reasonable result. Are there now too many Curmudgeons chasing stories to try to keep their readership above 3? Robert's explanation was pretty clear.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

I was wrong in my assumption, or more correctly - query. For that I apologise to Robert, Richard, Uncle Tom ..... you know the rest.
The fact is though that it's a pretty strange situation of some sort of desperation to acquire the surname 'Prowse', a surname that Robert in either his deleted posts or as a comment in Richard's deleted post admitted to not wanting and wishing that he had a different surname from one of the other forebears.

Anyway, life's too short to worry about this sort of shit.