...it will - and not only in threes. I think I had better explain. Every store closes early on Fridays because of Shabbat so Wednesdays and Thursdays are the busy days, and this year Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, starts on Sunday at sundown for two days, so stores will only be open until ~3pm and then closed until Wednesday. And I was running short on a lot of Tikva's meat. So... 1 - Tuesday I telephoned Mikhaël and asked if he could please bring me 2kg of turkey necks for Tikkva. Forgot that I also wanted fish for her - he has like large sardines but bigger, ungutted but with the heads, fins and tails cut off, so I had to call him again. But he brought the wrong fish. I have no idea what they are but they are fillets of something and he said they are very nice, so I kept one pack for me to try them and he took the other three packs back. 2 - Wednesday morning the chunks of turkey necks were packed and frozen, but I had forgotten to ask him for turkey livers so I had to call him yet again only I mixed up words and asked for hearts instead of livers. In the evening he brought the correct fish [already frozen B"H] and hearts. Not to worry, both Tikki and I like turkey hearts, hers raw, mine usually cut length-ways and wokked. 3 - Yesterday evening he brought the livers. 4 - This morning I went to pack and freeze them... but he had brought chicken livers and not turkey livers... only problem being size as one is not enough for Tikki and two are too much. Oh well, she will not care if she gets too much, and they are now all packed and being frozen... How could I have done it? Not only forgotten things, although Mikhaël does not mind as he lives a few houses up the road from me so just drops them in on his way home, but mixing up words? After over 34 years speaking Ivrit I mixed up the words for hearts and livers? 5 - I switched on my mobile phone to call Amit... and got the message "Fatal Error" and some code. Problem - all my contact telephone numbers are on my mobile. - Cue for me to panic, until I had the sense to look at a spectacle case and the number of his store is on it, so I had to telephone there and ask for his mobile number. As his assistant optician knows me she gave it to me, so I called him on my landline. But... my landline number is unlisted so he did not know who was calling and nearly did not answer. However, luckily he did and said he has a spare mobile phone at home and will bring it here shortly and put the SIM card from my dead mobile into the new one. PHEW. In the meantime I do have some numbers in my previous LG mobile which, although it does not work because Pelephone stopped supporting LG, still has numbers in it. No SIM card as it is rather ancient but as long as I charge the battery occasionally I can find those numbers. - And that bdooly lizard is STILL in my ensuite even though I keep the window open during the day so it can get down and hopefully find its way out the same way it came in.