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Nadine Dorries
'Right On' And A Message to Mary
Posted Wednesday, 8 April 2009 at 11:12


This has been a bad morning so far. Just played out a scene from Dallas as my knee caught the Dyson at the top of the stairs. It bounced down from the top head first and hit the concrete floor at the bottom. Dead.


I sat on the bottom step and we had a quiet moment together, alone.


I have only really got to know her since I became an MP. I used to have a cleaner called Mary who was with me for many years. Hardly a day goes by when I don’t miss Mary.  Well, you wouldn’t would you?


When my youngest was about three years old she spilt something on the floor and I remember looking around the house to find the Dyson. To my shame, I didn’t know where Mary kept it.


Locating the machine in the basement I went into the play room, plugged her into the socket, I could still just remember how it went, at which point my little one jumped on the Dyson and shrieked “you can’t touch that, it’s Mary’s”


From that day on, I knew my place.



Heading back to London. Speaking at an event ' Right On' being held this evening by Weber Shandwick at the City Inn.


Discussion will be about the challenges facing David Cameron and the Conservative party when in power.

Where do I begin?


Message to Mary, I changed your name to spare your blushes! I do miss you!

Anonymous said:
Responded: Thursday, 9 April 2009
Your excuse to purchase a brand new Dyson then. Get one of those now being advertised on the telly, the one with a ball instead of wheels, go anywhere, easier. You'll probably find the one with the ball will bounce better down stairs, as balls often do......bounce, I mean...
J Cooke said:
Responded: Thursday, 9 April 2009
The Dyson repair service if fantastic. For £65 they'll rebuild it from top to bottom.
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