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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

There are days like this...

You'd like to know what Miss Doodle was up to yesterday?

Well, in the morning her computer and printer experienced a real crises, of course Miss Doodle was working on something urgent (printing business cards and portfolios) and got stuck in the middle of it.
Next thing, the metro was jammed, packed with angry people who all happened to have had garlic the evening before.
Then, at the bio-shop, the cash-register broke down just when it was Miss Doodle's turn, you know...

In the end, the evening brought quietude. Miss Doodle cooked Bratwurst for her secretary, who was very impressed by Miss Doodle's cuisine:)





8 comments:

Cris in Oregon said...

Poor Miss Doodle. You had quite the day. Looks like you were packed liked sardines in that metro too. Yikes....But at least your evening turned out to be nice and peaceful. :)

Cris in Oregon said...

PS.. I missed you the last few days too.

WILSONART said...

Love these Doodle drawings!
The one on the metro is especially telling,,,even FEELS like sardines!
Yep, some days are diamonds,,,some days are stones!

sukipoet said...

Computer glitches are the pits, says Blaize la Palette. However, no day is all down when it ends with Bratwurst!!

Kim said...

Ahhh, Miss Doodle! I am so sorry you have had such a day! They are so difficult and just being able to move forward. I think you probably did the right thing by just stepping back from the things before you and begin again fresh after a lovely meal with your secretary. How lovely for you to have prepared it for her. I detest computer issues, too.

Here is to you having more diamond days...as Babs would say!

It is lovely to have you back, Miss Doodle.

Mary Richmond said...

Oh haven't we all had days like this!

human being said...

Oh, what a day!
And Miss Doodle, you know how to change the mood into a better one.
Cooking at he end of a hectic day...
Yes, sure you know how to change it...

Sue B said...

ugh what a day Miss Doodle had but it sounds like it ended on a high note :)