Saturday, 23 January 2010

Romance Central

Love is most definitely in the air around me. There must have been an army of Cupids all with bow and arrow trained upon chez auntiegwen. The atmosphere around us is cloud soft and sweet. Love has found us and we are being pursued and wooed with an ardour than is surprising. I would tell you more but you'd feel queasy.

Everyone has an admirer. Some of us have two, this is not good, we are not decisive by nature, this is why 2 of us are vegetarian, less choice on the menu, how do regular humans cope with 20 or 30 things to choose from?

One of us has a choice of both genders. One of us has received 2 bouquets of flowers. Mush is in abundance.

We are living an episode of Hollyoaks, there are twists and turns and updates every day.

Can I enjoy this mushfest?, can I feck, one of us has a big feck off, counts for masses of your A level Sociology exam on Tuesday.

And one of us is a Mummy who will never stop worrying about her Eldest Beautiful Daughter, who is spookily and scarily just like me, can't make decisions and is being torn between the old and the new and who really doesn't need the distraction before her A levels. I would like her to ignore both and engage with her revision and then when they are over she can enjoy the high dramas and decisions and excitement and wooing to her hearts content.

AFTER THE FECKIN EXAMS, we are on the home stretch, don't distract her now.

So words you never thought auntiegwen mush junkie would ever say

Please make the mush go away.

Except mine, I can cope with my portion.

16 comments:

libby said...

Oh I sympathise....this was me last year, and I do know of what you speak.....last year my daughter needed AAB (and in hard subjects too...not whistling and some other odd ology)and achieved AAB, which is fantastic, but has to resit a module this coming Tuesday, as doing the same one last year co-incided with her FAFFING ABOUT WITH A BOY WHO TURNED OUT TO BE SOMEONE SHE NOW WOULDNT CROSS THE ROAD TO PIDDLE ON IF HE WAS ON FIRE!!..so nearly a year later she is taking a gap year, working (and enjoying the earning/saving/spending combo I am glad to say)but we are BACK ON THE EXAM merry go round again.
Good taste on the jam front Auntiegwen...and are you all loved up at the moment??

auntiegwen said...

Libby - you are living my life, she needs AAB too and one of these boys was the reason she mucked up her GCSE's !!!!

Secretia said...

Yes, Love is in the air and none of us are immune from it!

Secretia

Heather said...

as long as you are getting your own portion of it ;)

Chic Mama said...

Sounds fun...I hope your daughter gets through her exams okay.

Fat, frumpy and fifty... said...

l need details Gwenie, more info and pictures....l live vicariously obviously!

Brighton Mum-Teenage Angst said...

Good to hear you're getting your fair share of it! But, yes god, what a pain in the arse the opposite sex are at exam time, and of course it's no good trying to tell them, is it?!?

Matthew said...

As long as nobody buys a Chris DeBurgh CD on the back of all this lurve........

Rate My Sausage said...

As a veggie, AG, do you ever eat veggie sausages? I'd quite like to review some and thought I'd seek advice from the horse's mouth.

Madame DeFarge said...

And it's Valentine's Day just around the corner. I can hardly bear the romance of it all. Pass me a bucket (us old married types are so jaded).

Rare Lesser Spotted said...

A bouquet of flowers? This is REALLY love!
XX

Mud in the City said...

Tell me more!!

(and how come I haven't seen any??)

vegemitevix said...

Now now you didn't really think we'd fall for the old redirection trick, did you? Hope you daughter forgets the lad for a couple more days! But you!!!!! TELL US MORE! :-) xx

A Woman Of No Importance said...

Gwennie, don't know how I've missed your last couple of posts - I must still have been in hibernation, but our beautiful children will succeed in spite of yerng lurrrve, methinks - But us??! Spill the beenz, girl! x

Shirley said...

Oh, Oh, Wait, lemme pull up a chair . . . Okay, got my decaf latte . . . I'm all set to hear the whole mushy story. It's the football guy, isn't it?! Wellll?

sixpence said...

Glad to hear about your portion of the mush! David Tennant finally showed up then ;) xx