Posted by sean on December 14, 2008 at 11:44 pm in Bath City, Shopping, Television with No Comments


I thought I would do a quick blog, in case you were worried I was trapped in the coach in the middle of a flooded Devon field…

My prediction for a City win was wrong, so the less said about that the better. I still had a good day out in Torquay – not all the locals are like Basil Fawlty.

I solved my Saturday night dilemma too. Simon came round and we watched the Barca-Real Madrid game while drinking Sheppy’s cider.

I was also able to find out all about X Factor, thanks to Claire sending me live updates. I was surprised Owen/Eoghan/Eggnog got booted out first and disappointed that the annoying Alexandra woman won. Never mind… Geraldine McQueen for Christmas No.1!

Sunday wasn’t as fun. The afternoon was spent in Asda. It is just under 2 weeks until Christmas Day, but it may as well have been Christmas Eve. The shop was absolutely packed and full of shoppers desperately grabbing everything they could from the shelves. Have I missed something on the news? Is a deadly hurricane heading towards the West Country? I see no other reason for such panic.

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