Open Book Blog Hop – 21st January   Leave a comment

Stevie Turner

This week the topic is ‘What keeps you up at night?’

I can answer this one straight away, as it’s usually one of two things, or maybe both at the same time.

The first and most frequent cause of sleeplessness is our neighbours’ television.  They are old, both quite deaf, and are often asleep in their armchairs all day. Therefore, like a hamster, they now seem to come alive at night and operate nocturnally.  They go to bed at least 2 hours after we do, but for those two hours have their TV blaring against the party wall.  I’ve sometimes phoned them in desperation about 1am and asked them to turn it down, but to no avail.  The TV is so loud that they cannot hear their phone.  I’ve mentioned it to them over the garden wall, but so far no joy.  I think, just like my mother whose TV…

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Posted January 21, 2019 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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