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Well, Here we go again. In my 12th year of business. Looks like being the most challenging one yet. I thought this Christmas was quiet, but in reality, when I did the accounts, it turned out to be a little bit better than last year and a little bit worse than the one before so I’d say average on the whole. I’ve decided to freeze the wedding price for the third year running. We’ll see how that pans out. Already have quite a few bookings for this year but can always take more.

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Wow! what a week. on Thursday I cought the most horrendous cold…Worse than anything I’ve had in recent times. The thing I hate is that once you get that familiar feeling on the back of your nose, you know that you’re basically screwed and all you can do is inflict as much damage limitation as possible. So as I had a gig this Saturday and I hate being ill, that’s what I did. I hammered it with everything I could think of. Tonnes of vitamin C powder, A clove of raw garlic every morning and evening. Ginger root, Elderberry capsuls, Honey, Multi vitamin IM90 (immune vitamin casules). This was working, but it was a strong one, so I ended up supplimenting that with an asma (probably spelt wrongly) inhaler and some of that nose unblocker squirty stuff. Well that was Thursday and it’s now Sunday. I’ve done the gig. Got great praise from the customer (hello Jill!) and the cold has almost gone. I can taste again and I don’t need the two drugs mentioned. I was talking to a girl the other day who’d had a cold for some three weeks and couldn’t shake it off. Perhaps I should give her this anacdote when I see her again.

Also on Thursday my vacuum pump for the brakes went on the van. As if a cold isn’t bad enough, I have to deal with a breakdown too. Well thanks loads to dave at Automedics for fitting me into his already tight workload and sorting it out!

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