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Badgers!

I guess I'm still in Glenn's bad books - forgot to post something for him yesterday (which he had forgotten himself on Friday....!) And he left me a very pointed note about it - and mentioned it about 3 times on the phone. Sorry mate - but you should have posted it yourself really, shouldn't you! Well, it's off now anyway.

Although, from what I gather, I am not the only person he's being a bit off with. It seems that no one else knew he was in Kendal this week, Queen Street shop didn't kjow, neither did lancaster. I assume Festival Market knew coz that's where Alison works, but that's it! And every one has made comments about how it's about time and such - eep! He really needs to get his life back together and get happy again, coz he's affecting every one else very badly. That sounds really harsh - and it's not how it sounds when I actually say it verbally, I mean it with much sympathy really, but I'm hacked off so it sounds bad.

Me and Gemma called Andrea today - she's still not at work and we'd heared nothing (although Glenn apparently knows). Poor lass has slipped a disk and the doc said she's done far too much far too soon. We all know this, and although we miss her deeply, I'm very glad she's actually getting some rest at last. Get well soon honey!

Me and Gemma had some fun at work though - I finaly got to see the Badgers Song which Mark has on his phone (well, has Coops singing it anyway, lol). For those of you like me who had not seen it - follow this link! You'll be singing it too!

http://www.badgerbadgerbadger.com/

And if you liked that - you'll love this (an old fav)

http://www.rathergood.com/independent_woman/

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