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Well run Amandax and Roni, well cycled Meldy.
It looks as if Podds is not back yet, I hope it went OK.
I lurve the idea of a Nods and Daffy sax duet. Daffs, do you think you would be ready for it by November?
Chuggy, I am glad that at least one Chuglet acknowledged the day for you. It sounds as if you have had a good day.
Yumms, how lovely that the minis are finally old enough and thoughtful enough to make a bit of a fuss of you this morning. What kind of state was the kitchen in when you went downstairs.
I am feeling much better than yesterday, thank dog. I wasn't able to eat much of the lovely meal that MS has prepared, but I was able to spend some quality time with SM and SB. SM and I have had a rather shaky relationship over the years but we both seem to have mellowed over the years. As she gets older I realise that she is not going to last for ever - especially after the small stroke that she had last year. SB and I haven't had any time to ourselves for years, we had a good chat about babies and the likelihood of he and gf having them in the future .
Time for a nice evening in front of the TV
WAIST well xxx
That sounds like a very nice day SluggyI am wondering how much longer I can keep my eyes open for
I was sooooo tired yesterday after my trip to Cardiff with the little people. I did little all day, just slopped around and was very very lazy. I even dumped my intendeds LSR, just couldn't face it.
Today I have a headache and swollen glands in the throat, I'm going to see if I can chase it away with a spin class.
Sounds like you had a good day there Sluggs, getting older has it's merits, life is much calmer and what seemed so important at one time fades into insignificance.
Is Podds still out there then?
Take it easy, Sue - sounds as though you may have lurking germblies
Yay, sluggy - glad you were recovered enough to enjoy MS (mothering Sunday) with SB - babies ?eeeeek and SM You're absolutely right - life is too short to lose sight of its fragility and not appreciate each other
Podds, oh Podds, where are you ???
well plodded Ronni and Cheesy
Weather here is not nice. I walked the dog in a blizzard and came home looking like the abominable snowman Brrrrrr!. Car going for MOT, service etc today
Take it easy chums
Still no sign of Podds? Should we send out a search party or get the WAISTerbus fired up?
~~~Yummitymobile~~~ I hope that is passes its exam with the minimum of expense.
S'ok Yumms, SB has no intention of having babies for a long time yet - even though gf does get broody at times. Given their current situation regarding studies, work and finances it would probably be the final straw if it happened now. Gf is not 25 until September, so their is plenty of time.
There is a dusting of snow on the ground this morning - which is pretty extreme for this area! I spect that everything will grind to a halt, it usually does if we have anything more than a heavy frost!
I am feeling much better but still very tired and a little dizzy. Don't think I will manage aquagym and coffee with bff so have cancelled aquagym .
WAIST well my lovelies xxx
((((Dragon))) take care!
Snow here too
4:20 Mr Cock was saying good morning !
Good day each,
Spence, are you trying to be the new Finbar Saunders?
Sue, hope the grots don't materialize.
Good work Melds, Amanda and Roni and good that you're feeling a bit better Slugs, enjoy the coffee.
Podds wouldn't be the first person to go missing in the MK triangle.
Typical, I wrecked my ribs changing my car tyres, now winter is coming back. HL is getting the full on manflu. I'm feeling better so I'm now her carer. A glimpse into the future perhaps?
Morning DL, where are your travels taking you today?
Dungarees, donkey jackets, doc martens and mullets.
Daffs, I used to get an Arts Council grant for the noises I could get out of my sax.
What are you getting? I'd guess an Alto.
morning all, yup Snow here as well.Think it sounds a great Idea for Noggs & daffs playing for the Waister tribe in November something to look forward to
Well done Amandax on the award and M.eldy you rest up for a couple of days don't over train.
As for me NOTHING done again but then even putting socks on is a challenge these days and when I said I have a problem touching my toes it's when I'm Sitting down lol.Anyway will carry on Lurking and drinking coffee so play nice.
Sorry for the delay in checking in - yesterday was a long tiring day!
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Morning, Still no sign of Podds? Should we send out a search party or get the WAISTerbus fired up? Don't think I will manage aquagym and coffee with bff so have cancelled aquagym .
Don't think I will manage aquagym and coffee with bff so have cancelled aquagym .
That's the right attitude Sluggie - glad you managed the weekend though and are feeling more human now
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Were Podds' vaccinations up to date?
Too right they were - this north of Watford malarkey is dangerous I tell you
Another vote for the WAISTer band as entertainment in November.............
Daffs, my route into playing the sax was not a conventional one.
I'd never played at school - just the recorder at primary school. When the first mrs Nog and i divorced I wandered into a music shop and said 'I like the noise a saxophone makes, can I have one?'
The kind man sold me a Tenor - a very second hand one but a good blower - using an unusual standard, in his words ' You're a big bloke, you'll look a pratt with an Alto'
I don't have a musical style, well, perhaps a nod towards Acid Skiffle. Ihad a couple of teachers, one was quite conventional and steering me towards exams, the other, an extremely gifted musician who just wanted me to enjoy playing.
Sadly, he was quite Bohemian - he made you look like the leader of the Young Conservatives (apologies for any shudders that may cause), and he disappeared from the Oxford music scene. I've not played much at all since.
Once my head clears, I'll start warming my lips up
Phew, welcome home podds, I'll ping Meldy to cancel the search helicopter
well done to Amandax for the awards
fab training Melds!!!
budy weekend for me, Mr FF was away at the rugby so I took my parents to visit his mother on Saturday and had my parents round for lunch yesterday - done my bit for care in the community. My boys failed at mothers day - again!
my training is a bit hit and miss, have sore knees which weirdly don't hurt when running
Glad to know that you are home safe and sound, Podds.
Nog = N + 1 wrote (see)
Once my head clears, I'll start warming my lips up
Oh. My. Goodness.
(((DragonSue))) take care and don't push too hard.
Waiting for bff to arrive. She is bringing my godson with her, he can earn a bit of dosh stripping the wallpaper in the smallest room while we go out and enjoy ourselves
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