Thursday, November 23, 2006

Spanish Oranges

We are very orange at the moment.

In fact we had oranges for breakfast, but actually we had lunch for breakfast. What a feast! Fresh fruit, tortillas, smoked salmon (ED VERY impressed, as favourite food), salami, other cold meats, bread of every kind a plate of cakes and puddings. Sadly couldn't face puddings at 8 in the morning. Didn't have the face to ask for doggy bag.

ED currently with voice coach in hotel lobby, and as was putting ED off, I have found yet another computer. I am strying to find my way around the Spanish keyboard, and had just about sussed it, when I realised that this one seems to have Spanish keys, but has been adapted software wise I presume for the English speaking market, so all the keys say the wrong thing. Confused? I am!

ED has to do a snow scene today. It is currently 15 C in Madrid, but rain is threatened, which could cause a problem. Apparently fake snow and rain do not mix well. Still, we have been to two capiltals this week. Maybe we'll have to upsticks and go to a third where fake snow can work? In your dreams Sally Lomax!

ED must wear clothes in shoot that she wouldn't normally be seen dead in. Amazing what payment can do. Perhaps the answer to all teenage solving difficulties is to pay them.

Better go. Orange in Spain is calling!

7 comments:

ChrisB said...

Sally I am off to Spain on Sat would like to be having your kind of breakfast but we will be catering for ourselves so it will be a bit more basic.

Anonymous said...

So who's looking after your poor husband and the rest of children?
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Beccy said...

Sometimes Ben (aged 5) asks 'what's for pudding' after breakfast, he'd love to be staying where you are.

Anonymous said...

Wednesday evening.
Dog gave me evil looks, obviously convinced that I had disappeared 'Mum and Dad'. Refused to eat her dinner for at least 15 minutes!
Must have complained to cat, who, knowing that I come and go without adverse effect on family dynamics, became OTT with love and cuddles (to me, that is, not dog0.
MIL

Anonymous said...

When my wife had to go away recently, our crazy dog decided to show how much she was missing her "mum" by chewing up the stair carpet. Be prepared for a scene of destruction when you get back!

Sally Lomax said...

Hope you got upgraded Chris!

Have a great holiday!

Sally

Sally Lomax said...

Dear MIL

The cat obviouly enjoyed getting the upper hand!

Thanks for everything!

Sally
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