06:54 There’s a new snorer in the house. They sound like a pigeon. And seem to have attracted pigeons to tap dance on the roof.
11:02 Lindsay braves her first solo walk since Keygate. She’s like a best man, constantly checking her pocket for the vital object. Needless to say, she trips over a few times.
12:04 Lindsay decides Sweet Disposition would be a much better song if it was called Crisp Disposition.
13:12 Joel appears.
“Mam, this may be a stupid question.”
“There’s no ‘may’ about it.”
14:16 Lindsay happily drops Ian off at the train station.
“I’ll phone you later Linz.”
“You don’t have to.”
“I will. To let you know what time I need picked up.”
Lindsay’s going to re-examine her marriage vows.
14:18 Lindsay takes advantage of being out of the house and goes to get petrol. She spies a man at the opposite pump, sitting in the driver’s seat, giggling away. She never thought a trip to the petrol station could be so enjoyable.
14:23 Abigail is needing to get from A to B
“Mam. Do I walk? And no sarcastic answers.”
Lindsay can’t do it. She’s speechless. She doesn’t know how to answer normally.
16:23 Lindsay is getting frustrated in the car.
“Bloody hell, Joel, why won’t the volume go down?”
“Because you’re pressing the temperature button.”
17:03 Lindsay thinks she’s a comedian.
“I’d better go and see what that chicken is doing. Well, not much because it’s dead.”
Sam doesn’t think she’s a comedian.
17:09 Lindsay asks a stupid question
“Anyone want veg with tea?”
19:03 Joel’s out and phones Lindsay.
“Don’t panic. I don’t want picked up.”
“Ok. What do you want?”
“Can you get my tea ready? I won’t be long.”
“Can you pick me up?”