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okapi

i was still in bed when two children rang my doorbell this morning. when i opened the door, they looked at eachother and without saying anything they both sat down on the windowsill of my upstairs bedroom. i'm not sure, but somehow i think they were brother and sister.

looking out of the window, i saw a lion walking by, with a part of another animal in his mouth. the children didn't seem to be interested in the animal at all, so i shut the blinds.

i noticed that the girl had skinned her knee. i cleaned it and put a band-aid on it. then the boy started talking. at first i couldn't understand what he was saying. he seemed to be repeating the same thing over and over. after a while i understood what it was:

the okapi isn't a domestic animal.

this all happened just before i woke up this morning. i don't think these events really took place, so it must have been a dream. but who knows?


diarmuid gavin has received a silver medal for his bright coloured lollipop garden at the chelsea flower show. have a look here. you either love it or hate it. the same goes for the guy himself. he's a quite well-known designer who has his own programmes on the bbc. his ideas are often great, but it's this smug tv celebrity attitude he displays at times, that i don't much care for.

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whatwedidlater
May. 28th, 2004 07:06 pm (UTC)
That Diarmuid Gavin bloke might be brilliant, but I still think he's a tosser haha