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me and the dawgie have done 3 miles in the rain!!
and now Homes Under The Hammer is on
IWhenever I see that show advertised I think it's a new Sherlock episode - Holmes under the hammer
Is it only my mind that works in this way?
Don't answer that
Thanks for the update, it looks as if things are pretty 'normal' in the WAISTerlounge.
DL, I am afraid that we did the normal tourist stuff in Bath. We stayed at the Hilton which was very well situated for the centre of the city. Had a look at the baths and the abbey, indulged in a Sally Lunn and pottered around the shops. We were very impressed by the M+S, it is bigger than even the biggest one local to us. We had dinner at 'Cafe Rouge' the first night and 'Bengal Brasserie' the second, good prices thanks to my 'Tastecard' .
Alfie and I had a lovely, snuggly night and today is a designated Duvet Day.
WAIST well xxx
Noggs - you are indeed a beast
woohoo Westie - take care with the training but we shall all be cheering you on in your 1/2!!!
aww Podds - lovely houndies
welcome back Flibbs you were missed, glad you are settling in with your nice new chap
we were out for a curry last night - blooming delicious! but I did a miniplod this morning, 2 miles - thinking of doing a November streak
and I was out at the Theatre dahlinks ... twas a very good adaptation of Great Expectations, was quite nice to see a proper play rather than a musical although it did seem quite quiet without a full orchestra!!!Me and the cat are having a duvet morning whilst I write my Tescos listBond tomorrow
3 miles done in dry but cold. I am now contemplating who do I talk to the wall or the fridge .Have a training program well sort of as I have to ignore "speed" work which is a laugh in it's self for me.I class my schedule as a survival program or how to stay on my feet for 13.1 milesIf I make the start line I do have a target but it's for my eyes only
we have the same addiction to B&Q as you and OH DL. We're in there every weekend and have too being struggling which what shade of cream we should go for. By the time we finish our house it will resemble 50 shades of cream!
Nice one Westie
I can see podds at the xmas play, with the hounds dressed as rudolph, prancer, dancer.......nope cant remember the rest!
Me and the cat have fallen out, nightmare last night because he wouldnt go out as it was raining. so from 1.30am he's been crying to go out, then wont go, then crying, then attacking. Finally went out at 4am, then we had him and another cat screeching at one another. I'm trying to convince OH that we should lock the cat out at 5am(ish) when he wakes us up, but he doesnt like the idea of locking him out. Bloody softy.
So now I'm trying not to fall asleep at my desk.
Get a cat flap!!
cat flap is the way to go
I nipped out to the post office at lunchtime
It was shut for lunch
I have relocated to the 1950s and noone told me
Far Far - FJ is calling
Yep ..another vote for Far Far
Snaily .. you need a cat flap. End of.
Oh yes, the WAISTer support van is just calling out for two more JRs
Another vote for a cat flap and set it for exit only.
My house smells. From the left there's a smell of "Eau de Dogwotrolledinsummatrotten". From the right is the delicious remains of my Fromage et Choux Fleur.
I managed a slower than slow 2 miles this morning without any negatives. Slowly does it.
I am edging towards the left
I am edging towards the right.
I'll ask Faith to budge up for you Mouldy.
Can you check her bottom first please
I'm afraid she seems to have a little wind to go with her other stench. Sorry.
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