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The Future Is Bright

We've had yet another full on weekend...
Lots of properties to prepare for guests & lots of rubbish left behind by previous guests to clear up...

The last 4 days have been incredibly busy & we just can't believe how much work we have!
On top of all this - The Dolphins Fly had their gig at The Eden Cafe.

Soundcheck...

All ready to go...


Very nice free food...

Then the gig began...

And ended...


We met with a very good friend last night & this friend is going to be working with us soon... 
Phew, at last we have found a perfect solution to our hectic work schedule & our friend will have a new income. 
We have worked together before, so we know that this step is a good one - exciting times ahead!!!

Here's to an easier life, a great working relationship, fun, laughter & lots of good times...

Cheers!

Kay & Sime xx

Comments

Anonymous said…
Good to hear that you will have some help. You look tired.
Kath said…
Looks like a fab venue. I am surprised people leave rubbish behind, we always have a mega clean up before we go home. I don't suppose you get left anything useful ;-)
The Smiths said…
Mel - We are tired & looking forward to shorter hours soon!

Kath - You'd be surprised what folks leave behind, but sometimes they leave food that we can use. Occasionally, we're left little gifts - which makes it all worthwhile!

Kay :)

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