Old and haggard.

You know your life has reached a new stage when you go to the Palais Theatre late at night…

… not to boogie on down but to pick up your two oldest children who were there seeing a show.

*sigh*

Normally I would have been tucked up in bed by then.

*Double sigh*

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7 Responses to Old and haggard.

  1. Ha Ha…I thought you were talking about me when I read the heading for the post…old and haggard…..works for me …it’s been a roller coaster week…..! The weekend is almost here and I can’t wait….!

  2. No, not old, just haggard ‘cos you have to sit up late waiting to pick them up………….
    Driving, when all you want is to visit Mr Sandman!!
    Lizzie
    xxx

  3. river says:

    “old?” “haggard?” What are these words that I’ve never heard before? Please explain…..
    Heh-heh.

  4. Not the Palaise, because I’m in Sydney –
    but WAVES of empathy from me.

  5. Sorry, misspelled “Palais”. A lifetime of typing means some letter sequences are automatic. 🙂

  6. When you’re picking up grandchildren you know you’re there!

  7. Jayne says:

    I’ll see your Palais children pick-up and raise you ‘9pm and ready for bed on a Friday night but Dad wants to sit up watching old movies’ LOL.

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