The Story so far…

Gosh!  Has it really been two months since I last updated this blog?  My poor dears.  You must be desperate for some simmsisms.
 
What has happened?  So much, and yet so trivial.
 
I am now London manager.  What an eye-opener that has been.  Most of my day is unchanged, training in the classroom, but then outside of the class (or frequently during exercises in the class.  Hoorah for WiFi) all the admin stuff.
 
Number one sprog has had her tongue pierced, much to the horror and disgust of Er Indoors.
 
Number two sprog is courting.  A lovely lass, nevertheless she doesn’t like me, because for some reason she thinks I am horrible to her.  I’ve tried to explain that I am only being horrible to make her part of the family.  After all, I am horrible to the sprogs and the Missus.
 
Number two (or Jonny Sticks as he now prefers) has taken up drumming.  How our neighbours love us.  Presumably he has given up on any musical pretentions.  How much do you think his old flute will make on Ebay?
 
The Trouble and Strife keeps watching these home improvement programs, and keeps up to date with all that the neighbours are doing.  So now in short order she wants a conservatory, a driveway, a new kitchen, and she wants the bathroom door to shut properly.  Some people are never satisfied.
 
Last night it snowed!  In April!  I blame the EU.  We never had this sort of weather before we were part of Europe.  And I had just taken the handlebar muffs off the the bike as well.  I was chuffing freezing this morning on the bike.
 
Will Talullah find out that Grant is her half-brother before the wedding?  Will Clint admit his gay fling to his wife, now that she has admitted that she used to be a 20 stone docker called Steve?  If Candice was arrested for drunk driving in LA, who was blackmailing Jules over Eve’s pregnancy?  All this and more in the next enthralling episode (Yawn).
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About snodlander
Snodlander is the nom de plume of Bob Simms. He is an IT trainer, but it's not as glamourous as it sounds. When he's not enthralling classes with adventures through SQL Server, he writes, draws and drinks his own home-brew. Buy his novel on Amazon Kindle at The Young Demon Keeper, It's 74p, for crying out loud!

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