Monthly Archives: May 2017

The velvet-clad cyclist choir (Rousse)

JS and her cycling friends founded a choir. Their uniform comprised navy blue velvet dresses adorned with huge 1980s bows. Worse, however, was the ‘music’. None of choir members could sing. Advertisements

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A bugged life, and a trip in the Tardis (Rousse)

As soon as TPR was out of the picture, my tall dark friend moved in. He pointed to his earpiece and warned me to be very careful: my entire life was being bugged. Not long afterwards I match-maked my two … Continue reading

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Making a doctor’s appointment in 1989 (Rousse)

The world had reverted back to 1989. I needed a doctor’s appointment for the diagnosis of my left eye, which was now completely red, including the iris. The man at reception suggested that I pay £50 for an evening consultation … Continue reading

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Two weddings in one day (Rousse)

RA and his new bride Catherine could not believe my cheek. I only asked if I could come to their wedding and leave half way through so that I could reach DT and KJ in time for the 6pm start … Continue reading

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Unsuitable wedding attire (Rousse)

Dressed in a summer dress and sandals, I slowly picked my way over the stony beach to the wedding venue. Whereas BD zipped along quickly in shorts, I arrived late, just as bride and groom SB and AR were leading … Continue reading

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How to remember your dreams (Rousse)

Everyone was queuing up to enter the Dream Booth in pairs. It was all rather chaotic so I took charge of the sequencing. I instantly regretted this decision. I should have ignored everyone else and gone first for the best … Continue reading

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What it is to be a woman (Rousse)

TPR emerged from the booth with a grim look on his face. ‘I now understand what it is to be a woman’, he announced. I couldn’t wait to climb into the booth myself and discover why to be a man … Continue reading

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