Monday, 7 May 2012
The Super Moon and the four poster bed and you know who again
Sometimes days just sort of vanish time seems to skip a bit. I still can’t work out if this is an illusion or it really happens, and if it does really happen how do I find out. Today was such a day because it is evening now and I am not entirely sure what happened. I know that mum and dad have finally moved into the bedroom they planned to use as a bedroom when we moved to this house six months ago. Having finally got the mattress for the four poster bed from the Russian Imperial palace, Pics included if you are reading in the wonderous world of cyberspace. However if you are reading the best selling paperback, The Diary of Rob Z Tobor, volume two………AH sorry about that.
I was also trying to get outside to do a few things today but every time I tried it would start to rain, I tried a few times and it happened every single time so that’s it I have given up now and as you can see I am writing my diary instead. Although I am not writing my diary when you are reading this as that might be anytime in the next several hundred years or so, and yes I am aware that to you that is now but that is the great quirkiness of time for you.
Much to the disappointment of those reading the rather popular paperback; again I have included pictures of last nights sunset and the moon. There was lots of talk of a super moon the size of a huge moon and it was round and could be seen in the sky, it was a bit like our normal moon but huge very very huge. So I took a picture of the moon last night I think it must be the wrong moon because this moon looked like our normal moon only it was remarkably fuzzy due to some rather interesting clouds (super clouds).
Finally it appears that my very good friend Captain Nessman of the High Seas might be settling down and hanging up his anchor? Or is it sail, I’m sure it cant be a sail, if it was a sail then it would resemble camping. I am not entirely sure Captain Nessman of the High Seas is the camping type….. Camping and pirates seems wrong to me. Still it will be interesting to see who that very nice Steven Spielberg casts as Captain Nessman and his partner when he makes the block buster film. My agent tells me he is still only offering £75. 05p for the manuscriptand we should hold out for the full £123.00, I guess that’s what agents are for (I think).
OK that’s it is not a day to write loads so I’m off.