How do i get things sorted
I need my mane taming...had a shed load lopped off at the end of March (from below the shoulder to jaw line) and it needs a trim... naturally curly plus rain and I look like a bad floor mop!
Evening - you've gone from big noses to *ahem* willies under a lame metaphor and now to swishy hair!
I'm so glad I took the plunge and got my own trimmers. Now I just do it myself every couple of weeks. Not as neat as when they do it at the barbers but not so bad that young children hide behind their mums when they see me.
We are off to Exmoor for a week tomorow .. no packing done as yet it can wait till the morning, there is however a big pile of cycling and running kit in the hall!
I am hoping that the new app I have downloaded (thank you to Schmunks for that ipad app thread) will mean I will be able to get tinternet while we are away, but if not have a fun week and "see2 you when I get pack
Happy Friday everyone....
B i hope you have a fab time on your holidays.
Hope all goes well today for PS too.
Nice and sunny one here - off to visit my friend later this morning (and my little Godson), and then out for a Chinese tonight with another friend. I suppose i should squeeze a little trot in between.
All sounds positive then PS, hope you've not been picking or nibbling at your stitches. I will resist the urge to take the piss about the catheter <boom tish>
It's the weekend .... yipppeeeee Apart from RDing at parkrun tomorrow I've nothing planned except to sort out holiday clothes and maybe a quick trot into town to fill any gaps.
It's good isn't it? I get free wi-fi in most places with it
Make sure the weather down there stays good at the end of the week please.
Good news PS - rest up and recover well.
Have a great trip B.
I've been for a little run this evening with my brother. Very slow as we ran to his pace but it was a lovely evening for a run. Wish we could have been out for longer. Hope I can fit a run in tomorrow.
I've got people coming over tomorrow night and have a couple of will appointments during the day. I don't have much to do around the house and tea is easy. I'm baking a cheesecake as I type so I'm actually ahead of myself. Who'd have thunk it?
What flavour of cheesecake?
I fear I may have to sack tomorrows planned run as my hip bursitis seems to have flared up again but we'll see how it is with a rest.
In today's hot news ... we now have Oly tickets for one of the diving sessions. Although we'd really have like Athletics to get into the stadium, the aquatic centre is a very close second. That's diving, tennis & footie for us over the weekend.
Congrats on the tickets. I'm upset I'm going to miss the whole of the Olympics. Although I don't have tickets, it would have been great too experience the atmosphere.
Boo on the hip. No idea what you can do about that. Do you take any joint supplements like cod liver oil or glucosamine?
It's not a joint thing really, the bursa is a fluid filled sac on the edge of a bone which sort of cushions the muscles round the bone and lets them move more freely. It's a case of building up the muscles and keeping them moving properly so they don't irritate the bursa. The physio thought that rest and working on building some muscle groups should help but looks like that's not working quite yet.
Evening peeps. I'm bushed! First week in new job and head is sooo full of information. I'm going to have one helluva lie-in tomorrow. Just a shame it's only me.
If that BDB's around, could he please tell me if he's seen an Argentian Film called the Headless Woman about a hit and run accident/mystery scenario.
I was in Waitrose earlier and witness a lovely-looking well-priced tiramisu which actually might inspire me to make my own this weekend, although the Waitrose one had coffee liqueur in, drool. Waitrose are doing 3 for 1 on their Good To Go drinks which includes the cafe mocha milk thing which is heavenly.
Cheesecake Sorry BDB.
3 for 1 - what am I on? Buy 3 and the cheapest one's free.
Not heard of that RS, but I don't think I've ever seen an Argentinian filum.
Congrats on getting through the first week. It will get easier.
My baked cheesecake is yummy.
TP - that does sound nasty. In that case I prescribe SB and plenty of it.
BDB - The Secret in Their Eyes is Argentinian - have you not seen that?
Sorry again Mr Bloke but anyone's cheesecake would be rank to me.
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