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Oh dear DL I can't imagine how frustrating your house must be currently as you've had so much done to it....... Did you know there would be so much work when you bought it?
(((Jenni and the FarFars))) (sounds like a 60s band!).
~~~Noggy~~~ sterkte. I do hope that you are soon finished, I suspect it is not much fun out thre once the light goes. Do you have any photos of these ducks?
~~~DL~~~, Nogg is correct, it does sound a PITA!
Podds, DL, I well remember the feeling of having to get out there and run cos I knew it was good for me, rather than because I enjoyed it .
I don't currently have much in the way of Alfie photos as the ones I took were binned - they just show a black blob! Litte man has become a lot less 'mummyish' as he ha settled down. He spends far more time lying on his own than on me these days. He stillprefers to be near me than to go out for long though.
Did aquagym and hit Tesco as usual this morning. I am looking frward to a quiet evening in with MS, we haven't had a Friday evening in together for 3 weeks.
WAISt well xxxxx
I'm writing a hard essay in the morning ... I might be in here to while away the time if it gets a bit too hard!
Mr P came home and asked if I remembered 'hitting' him in the night. Well, I remember moving and my arm flopping over and landing on his ... he thought I'd hit him to tell him it was time to wake up, so looked at the alarm and realised it was quarter to, and got up.
He got dressed, fed the cat, had breakfast, went to work on a quiet motorway. Halfway there, he noticed that it was only 4 a.m. ! He was too embarrassed to go to work so he pulled into a layby and read his book for a while.
All my fault, apparently ... [snigger!]
Poor Mr Pips............ *snigger*
So we have so far a draw
not running so much = bad = 2 votes
not running so much = really no issue - 2 votes
Phew - I'd hate the lounge to turn into one of those places where running ruled supreme.......
Pets and gossip are far more fun
I have had the most bizarre evening (even for me). Shut in a cupboard with 35 other people watching, actually, I can't even describe what we watched it was that ridiculous. Tried very hard to keep a straight face (unfortunately there's video evidence that that I may have not managed).
Then I'm sorry to say I contributed to the pretentious ludicrousness of the whole thing, by playing a flute piece written for just the mouthpiece, that is meant to sound like a steam train, but really sounds like a child overblowing a recorder. I was embarrassed, and thought we'd be a laughing stock, but no, we were the most popular thing and have apparently inspired at least one person to take up the flute. Good god.
Still, got to pass the dark winter evenings somehow, right?
(there is video evidence, and I will be inflicting it on you as soon as I can. Sorry)
woohooo Amanda!!! enjoy the spend
Morning all, ((((((((((tuibs)))))))))))))))))))Nice one Amandax
Rest of family still asleep in bed so trying to be quiet no coffee yet
There's tea here Westie
Woo Hoo Amandax how brilliant
See my keyboard skills are at their best this time of dat Tubbs
Nice one Amanda. I was chuffed with a £10 Homebase voucher, you must be delighted.
Daffs, we need to see that Vid ASAP.
Looks like I'll be spending the day with GD at stage school. I'm never sure these days as step-son is playing silly b*****s.
We have the duck party tonight, I 've put in a couple of hard shifts and the gardens are looking the biz.
I have some piccies of the Ducks but RW Towers IT people don't like them - I need to reduce them.
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Well done Amandax, enjoy the spending spree. The WAISTerlounge is looking ready for a makeover...
Gosh Noggy, stage school and then duck party? You really do know how to live!
Daffy, that sounds surreal, even for you!
(((Tubs))), I think you work harder than anyone one I have ever known. It is such a shame that health problems seem to permanently dog your way.
Spence, it sounds as if you had a successful BodyShop evening. Our 'party' was on MS's birthday, so Ihad to miss it . Oh well, at least it saved my bank balance from further damage.
We have just booked to go and see SkyFall tomorrow. We had hoped that Sb and gf would be here this weekend but they are both playing host to the Snotmonster and have decided to stay at home. It is the right thing to do, but I am feeling a bit low at the moment and was looking forward to seeing them. Am counting on DC as 007 to brighten my day .
WAIST well xxx
Ever thought of joining the stage yourself Noggs? You must be an expert by now!
Well done Amanda! Excellent stuff!
I've been parkrunning not sure I beat last week's PB (although it was a close call, will find out when the official results come out), but I certainly got under 34 mins again Well pleased given that til last week my pb was 36 something, and that was a year ago, and I usually run somewhere between 38 and 45!
Off to nephew's 5th birthday party in a bit - probably more exhausting than the running
It will be Daffs, no doubt about it!!
11 miles here lovely day for it
Our dinner last night was great fun. HL excelled herself, my wines were spot on too.
I remember my education being thrashed into me, We went from hieroglyph to Latin to English in my day. I remember those inkwells too.
We had lots of repetition and rote. It actually stood me in good stead when I took police and law exams as I was able to recall vast tracts of acts of parliament. These days I can barely recall my name though.
More coffee then a shower.
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