Tuesday, November 01, 2011

A nonsense of a film

It's done. I've moved. It's over and there was nothing a deluge, an early call to exit the old place, two unplanned shifts in The Journal and the bastard Dublin traffic could do to stop me.

It feels good now that there's a decent shape on the place and my stuff is mixing with hers. Looking around the sitting room it remains a case of my stereo and her everything else, but she'll tell me what's mine is hers anyway.

The house avoided the flood like it knew somebody was moving in the next day - every other residence on the road is still dealing with the fallout but she guarded her place well, wringing out towels and handing out cups of tea to the neighbours. No damage done save for the affliction of boy where all sorts of nice things used to be. Ha.

Other things this week?

-Frequented Darwin's restaurant on Aungier Street by way of celebration. I don't recall a better meal.
-Watched 'Hanna' - a nonsense of a film.
-Drank fine wines on Sunday night, amid stories.
-Cursed my way through a rugby shift while others were being social and warm.
-Watched 'Big' in bed until the hour got ridiculous.
-Found it odd that certain people, in town on Saturday night, were not dressed as warlocks or Bosco.

5 comments:

Kath Lockett said...

Congrats, dear Radge, to you and to her.

Love 'Big' - it's in our DVD collection. When we first moved in together (in 1993!) we both had it on VHS....

Kitty Catastrophe said...

Congratulations on the co-habitation! Hanna makes a great Chemical Brothers music video but a mediocre film. Also, I'm sorry to report that Smugface is still surveying College Green from above the entrance to Trinity.

Radge said...

Cheers ladies.

Kitty Cat, the music was good, now that you mention it. Bog standard film though. And I saw Smugface today, the cock.

Holemaster said...

I highly recommend it. I wish you both all the very best.

The audible bed farting will commence after about a month.

Radge said...

It's happy home, Holemaster, audible bed farting (all mine) and everything.