Wednesday, 3 October 2007

I am guilty of having unholy thoughts...

I can deal with gangs of dogs barking, cows mooing, pigs squealing, chickens crowing but seriously, I've reached the end of my tether with the geese next door. The incessant honking at 4.30 in the morning is putting me over the edge. I'm having fantasies about committing violent acts against them....lord have mercy on my bedeviled soul...

9 commentaramas:

TracyMcGal said...

You are a hoot. I found you through a blog of a blog. We are adopting from Thailand and love the country. Your blog is so enjoyable. I am becoming addicted. The refrigerated casket had me rolling on the floor. What do ya'll do for a living?

Rachel said...

I have evil geese near me too - they hiss and chase me when I go past them. Time to take our revenge I think!!

Carol and Chris said...

I have one word for you.....

Christmas!!!

C x

Bec said...

dont get me started on how noisy everywhere is. I hate sleeping at my mil's as the walls are made of wood & between motobikes, chickens the neighbours hacking coughs & the mil skreeching at the kids to get ready for school I end up wanting to punch everyone. Thankfully no geese though :)

Mel said...

Tracy - thanks for your visit, I left you a message! We have a biz at home doing officy stuff and a rubber tree garden to get outside.. can't complain about the lifestyle!

R & C - I'm thinking Carol's idea is a winner, lets all get together for a huge avian feast! This one went for J's balls yesterday to everyones amusement..I never get so close cos they're more dangerous than feral dogs!

Bec- we also live on a main road that connects to a landfill site so have trucks hooning by at all hours at 100 ks an hour, 2 m from the front door. It's soo noisy at all the times you just want quiet!

Carol and Chris said...

Ah the joys of a quiet village life :-)

C x

Anonymous said...

I've discovered wax earplugs. It's like being under water. Can't even (really) hear Bren's snoring anymore!
Vikki

TracyMcGal said...

It's 4:50 p.m. Wed. here and 5:50 a.m. Thurs. in Thailand. I wonder if your hearing geese? Thanks for visiting my blog. Yep, we have to wait 6 to 9 months to travel. Absolutely torture. Especially since we've waited a whole 2 weeks thus far. Not surprised that I would pick a name hard to say in Thai - always my luck. :) I know this is corny but I am amazed that we can communicate halfway across the world in such different enviornments. You write like you could be a friend next door. Have you ever been to the states?

Mel said...

Vik - I feel a bit claustro with things in my ears or over my eyes when I'm sleeping..surely death to the duck (goose) is easier!

Tracy - never been to the states and can't imagine ever making it on my Thai income! Bet you're coming to Thailand though!