I haven't been about much recently, on the blogworld that is.
I know I'm missing lots of great posts, and I can't wait until things return to near-normal.
Moving house is incredibly stressful. And when you build a new house there are millions of extras to spend money on.
I shall return.
In the meantime, here are some snippets from this week's New Zealand Listener:
'Police are looking for a woman who vomited into a hat in a Timaru store about 4pm yesterday.'
Timaru Herald, 17/7/12
'Whangarei police officers were called to a house when a 15-year-old girl
rang to complain that her 22-year-old sister had bought her a
cheeseburger but there was no bacon in it. A row broke out. While the
sisters were arguing, the family dog ate the cheeseburger.'
NZ Herald, 17/8/12
'The woman voiced her displeasure at the longstanding effects of the
accident in a victim impact statement, which put particular emphasis on
the way the injury had hampered her knitting.'
Waikato Times, 13/7/12
'St Thomas Garden Club, have a “hands-on” rose pruning demonstration,
July 27, 10am, at the church. Please bring secateurs, thick garden
gloves and bandaids.'
Motueka Golden Bay News, 19/7/12
'Caffeine can also reek havoc with your bowel.'
Taranaki Daily News, 4/8/12
'A “robust internal investigation” was being conducted to find out how the swab had been left inside the woman…'
Nelson Mail, 21/8/12