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Weekend here too
It seems that DD isn't the only one barking in the Spence household.
Weekend here to.
nowt doing here, trying to keep breathing but nose seems to have glue in it
weekend here too, tomorrow is the day the yellow hair goes
makes a bloody change!
think its baileys-o'clock
I have work also today, then it's the weekend
First, I am to be personally trained!
oooh get you Dragon!!
*clatters about the lounge*
Oh sorry, what's that you say!?
Don't need to get up!?
Pah. There's still running to be done even if it's the weekend.
Blimey, Tubbles, worra palaver.
Whoa! Facing a personal trainer at 0530 is only for the brave! They breed 'em tough in those Welsh valleys---well done, Madame Dragon
Enjoy the virtuous feeling of working, Spence! We all admire you
XB, great that you're back on form
Oh Tubs, it must be SO frustrating (not to mention expensive!). WHY can't they find the right prescription for your eyes? I know you have a complex condition, but surely they should be able to find out what magnification and all that you need???
Bit snoozy as lots of sms'ing with C1 during the night. She had a tube down into her stomach for 24 hours that was truly hideous---took 5 people including the registrat to get it into place, ugh!!---but happily it's out now and they are pleased with her progress. She's hoping to get home on Sunday, but it's one day at a time, I think. Friends in Melbourne, bless them, went to see her first thing this morning and sent us this photo:
They said she's in good spirits and doing well. Hooray!!!!
Crikey. Glad she's on the road to recovery.
oooooooooeerrrrrrr, that looks uncomfortable. Hope she mends OK
Another day of faffing and fettling here. Still not decided on my mountain bike.
Coffee is done and dusted, sorry.
More turbo til the snow and ice have gone.
Thanks for all the good vibes. They do help! I think she is definitely on the right track now---feel much better now that friends have seen her and confirmed she's getting on well.
DL, that is NOT a teddy! That is Fetchy Woof, the doggie I bought for her at our church fair when she was 2 years old. He's had a hard life, been all over the world, but he's a faithful companion
Nogs, with all this turbo the roads won't know what's hit them once that snow disappears I'm cross about the coffee, tho, I was sms'ing half the night and am seriously in need of caffeine. Lets see what I can find here....
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