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10. Januar 2007

"Wer gute Freunde hat"

braucht keine Feinde. Ich träume inzwischen von Raufasertapeten, Farbeimern und Plasteplanen. Außerdem gestern eine tolle Ankündigung erhalten : Wenn im nächsten halben Jahr mein Handy klingelt und jemand anfängt auf englisch mit mir zu reden ist was schlimmes passiert. TBA geht nämlich ein halbes Jahr nach Manchester. Hoffentlich hat sie Spass und so ein Anruf kommt nie.

8 Kommentare

  1. Jana | 10. Januar 2007 at 11:41 | Permalink

    Also wenn Du nun schon Übung hast im renovieren lade ich Dich herzlich ein hier bei mir vobeizukommen, ich muss dringend renovieren aber so allein ist das langweilig :)

  2. Tom | 10. Januar 2007 at 12:58 | Permalink

    Vielleicht sollteste eine Renovierungsfirma gründen????

    Warum nur negative Anrufe? Geht auch:

    TBA soll ein Sonderstipendium der Uni M. erhalten – sind sie einverstanden damit?

    Wir möchten TBA zu einem Empfang bei der Queen schicken – können Sie versichern, dass sie nicht mit faulen Eiern wirft?

    oder ähnliches!

  3. Looza | 11. Januar 2007 at 11:26 | Permalink

    unglaublich, wieviel freunde man haben kann wenn man sich zum renovieren bereit erklärt. allerdings muss ich sagen das mein bedarf nach der aktion (teststreichen, tapete runter weil die farbe nicht hält, tapezieren, nochmal streichen) für die nächsten 500 Jahre gedeckt ist. sorry.

    und wegen dem anruf : ist natürlich wahr, es ging aber wohl explizit um eine kontaktperson im falle eines “emergency”, also notfall. ich freu mich aber natürlich wenn mich eines tages jemand anruft um mir mitzuteilen das ihre universitären leistungen ausserordentlich gut sind.

  4. tba. | 11. Januar 2007 at 12:16 | Permalink

    du kannst malern, ich weiß es. bist schließlich aus dem selben holz geschnitzt wie ich.. viell. ruft dich die uni an, damit du denen mal das audimax verschönerst – ne schlimmere nachricht kanns nich geben, was ;)

  5. bushd0c | 14. Januar 2007 at 13:34 | Permalink

    also ich bin dir jedenfalls dankbar … ;)

  6. Looza | 15. Januar 2007 at 20:02 | Permalink


  7. Kevin | 2. Oktober 2014 at 21:38 | Permalink

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I would uproot my life to be with this man, but not until and if he’s ever ready to make the life change. I’m not pushing him because I want him to be sure and have no regrets. He’s soul-searching and so am I. If he decides he cannot be with me, I’ll accept it and disappear. But he’s not happy now and we’re both very, very happy when we’re together. I want, more than anything, for him to be happy, even if that happiness is not with me. Ellie what a thoughtful, insightful message. Thank you for that.In fact, we have discussed at length what we would need to do if he did decide to leave, these matters concerning his wife. I do sympathize with her, believe it or not, and would be more than willing to help. Steve knows this.

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