Saturday, 1 April 2006

Marathon and on and on.

Don't forget to sponsor Gill in the London marathon - the money is for a good cause (great cause actually). If you drink just think of it as the price of a few beers or a few peach martinis. If you smoke donate the price of a day's ciggies. If you work how about an hour's pay and if you drive how about a couple of gallons of petrol. The Children's Society do some amazing things for people who need stuf and help far more than most of us - go on, you know it makes sense and the more good you do in life the more good you get back.

11 careful considerations:

kat said...

She's not having my cigs and I can't spare the petrol - I'll give her my child's pocket money.

Rob Spence said...

You give your child pocket money??? What's wrong with the workhouse?

kat said...

I never got any pocket money when I was a kid. All I got was my school bus fare but I managed to save it by walking there and back every day.

I could usually talk my parents out of half a crown if I really wanted something. :-)

Rob Spence said...

Half a crown? Luxury. I'd be lucky to get a farthing and a good hiding...:-)

kat said...

Try tell that to the kids of today and they wouldn't believe yer. :-)

Ann said...

I got 3d. Remember them?

Do you think Gill would take €s :-)

kat said...

The threepenny coin was the best.

methel said...

Was the 3d the one with the "thrift" flowers on the back? I remember my aunty breaking her dentures on one of those in a Christmas pudding...

kat said...

Were you poor Methel? We had sixpence pieces in our Christmas pudding. :-))))))))

methel said...

guess we must have been....sigh...such a long time ago now though - hard to remember that far back ;-)

annarid said...

Very nice.......... but what's happened to the trendy hairstyle or is that not OU style?