Category Archives: communal living – flat life

On being called a liar

What annoys me … … is being called a liar. Three examples. Number One We’d just moved into our new house in the UK. By new, I mean the next one, it was actually 1930s. The next day, seriously, the … Continue reading

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Demarcation

Or, that’s my job, not yours. Those days have gone. For the most part. Oldies like me, who grew up before Thatcher destroyed the trade unions for good, may remember it though. There was no multi-tasking or crossing the boundary … Continue reading

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Week One

To date: One less internet friendship (although I have no idea why, as for once, I did not break it off). A letter from the newly appointed management company for the block informing us that the proposed budget for next … Continue reading

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‘I keep my mouth shut these days’

It was one of those mornings. After my failed attempt yesterday to sneak off to the outdoor gym and get back before Partner’s hunter gathering run I was ordered to stay at home today. I decided to spend my time … Continue reading

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