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Oh, and the (yes) option means 'if need be' - only tick that if there's something you could potentially cancel if that was the only other weekend everyone else could do - if you can't cancel (or don't want to) - then tick no!
I've done mine Daffs ... I have so very few weekends free but it appears that late November onwards would be better I have a wedding to go to early November and am trying to get a date together for Hen Night prior to that so I cant commit too muchSnaily, wrt train times and fares, break the journey up and look at advance fares, I can get from mine to Devon for £30 if I do it right
The Pope has a pacemaker - I didn't even know he was a runner!
I can probably go most places, most times except early Nov afaik (your Doodle things getting maintained, Daffs!)
oooh well done Daffs, I shall go lookie
First lot of batter and the frying pan went in the bin....I then took over !! *rollseyes*
I've done mine, I haven't work out Mr Spence's shifts but he can take annual leave to cover me
what a good idea Daffs! I've done mine, I've only put in what Meldy can do, but I'm pretty much free most weekends TBH
I'm up for the Amsterdam option (I'll have to get a passport sorted), I think it's a really good idea , let's hope Chuggy is around
it's looking good for 26th Ocotber or 16th November so far
done! as you will see I dont have a very busy social life!
The brum train fair is £60 return......booking it to stoke! go figure!
evening all, Well it was the cars turn for it's MOT today I knew there was a couple of things that needed looking at ( warned about it during service three months ago ) but my garage said just leave it and we will see at the time what comes up.Not as bad as they thought so £150 to get legal again is ok by me.
Have to have a look at Daffs spread sheet and see where I can fit in but reading between the lines it looks like October / November ! so will check it out.
I have a poorly puddycat. he went a bit off last night, very quiet, slept all night in his ingloo, tonight he's the same, although we have tempted him out of the igloo, he's now asleep on MrS. Hes not eaten (and probably not drank) since monday evening, he's looking very sorry for himself.
Hes not been sick or poo'd anywhere so dont think he's eaten anything dodgy.
We've had workmen in the house, do you think he could be stressed?
If you are certain that he has not drank since Monday then you need to get him to the vet as this can cause/be indicative of kidney probs .. being off food is one thing, being off water is entirely anotherTry him with some tuna, that should work and if not i'd get him checked out
yea what I thought Meldy, I remember last time he was ill he started having kidney probs. he generally doesnt drink and only gets fluid through his wet food.
Vets tomorrow morning then
grrrrr stupid faces done work, I wanted a
oh look it worked!
they only work if you type the letters out yourself - but I only know and so that's all you can get!
ooh, that wasn't what I was expecting
:X :O B-)
i'm really getting this office sorting, i think i'll do some more today.
coffee or tea?
Tea please Nogs
I'm glad I went out and did my 4 miles early. I've pencilled in a hill session for later but it's a complete white-out.
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