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13/12/2012 at 10:08

Im really glad I just started looking at this, I love fairies and sparkly lights too, I dont do dumplings life is already complicated enough....... xxxx

13/12/2012 at 10:20

Morning all. You didn't put your lunch IN the bin did you Tommy?!! 

I hope D will soon feel better, Mouse.

I have been out for a bimble and my calf no longer hurts, huzzah! Just got to get my hip sorted now... 

I have a new roll of Sellotape but it's not as sticky as the old roll, presents are unsticking themselves faster than I can wrap them. 

It's quite mild here today, certainly not as balticly icy as yesterday.  
(why is there no Christmas smiley wearing sunglasses?)

13/12/2012 at 10:22

Hello there Lucy 

13/12/2012 at 10:24

*waves to Lucy* I know a Lucy Martin, I wonder if you're the same one?

Yay for your non-hurty calf small!

It's freeeeeezing here today. Sub-zero temperatures, freezing fog and lots of ice. Everything is white. I even had to de-ice the inside of my windscreen this morning!

gingerfurball    pirate
13/12/2012 at 10:34

...so my mum and dad come into visit me at work and dad has a big plaster on his head (he's had this cut/scab on his head for a good while now) - so mum says - dad and I were over seeing the dermatoligist at the hospital - dad's been having his head seen to - I'm like 

Anyway she says - they took that thing off dad's head...they said it's cancer but not to worry cos it won't kill him...I'm all like 

My parents are bonkers!!  (Poor dad - they look like the took a grinder to his head...it looks like you could see his skull if you looked close...and they just put a plaster on it!!  Not even a dressing!!) Ermehgerd!!

13/12/2012 at 10:43

Blimey, GFB  ((((hugs)))) That must have come as a huge shock, and especially hearing it like that! Parents, eh?! (((more hugs)))

 

13/12/2012 at 12:19

 ((gfb)))   Very pleased to hear it's not the bad sort of cancer though.

 

13/12/2012 at 13:40

Crikey!

13/12/2012 at 13:48

Blimey GFB, parents do have a way of dropping things in casually don't they?

I'm so excited about meeting up on Saturday, MrKJ is going out that evening so we're having to figure out timings so I'll probably dash off after the meal so that he can go. We have no social life and all of a sudden two things come along at once!

13/12/2012 at 16:48

Hello Lucy, welcome to the cheese lovers society. We like to talk about bins and we eat cheese and marmite crumpets usually washed down with a cup of tea. Apparently some people don't like cheese and marmite.  

Parents are strange things GFB.

Sarah - we need your address and adress of pub, we also need to know if you know of local travel lodge or similar D really can't do floors even though i can sleep on anything these days. TY.

13/12/2012 at 18:10

Welcome Lucy!  Always nice to have fresh blood

I see that nobody has taken you through the initiation ceremony:  we need to know your opinion on Cheese, Marmite, and what days your bins go out.

I'm drinking tea.  I'm hoping it will take away the shock of my e-mail provider changing the format of my in box

13/12/2012 at 19:17

  I hope you've sweetened your tea Caz, it's supposed to be good for shocks.

 

13/12/2012 at 19:24

I've now turned to wine for comfort.  They didn't even send me an email to warn me

13/12/2012 at 19:27

13/12/2012 at 19:28

13/12/2012 at 19:29

 We have Santa smilies

Hey up, Lucy.

((( Daddy GFB)))

 

13/12/2012 at 19:35

*waves*

13/12/2012 at 21:04

*waves festively*  

Mouse, I'll send you a message 

*flumps* Hard day at work today. My brain is fried, and I think I'll be haunted a little bit by one of the ladies I met on the ward 

In other news, I have a blanket

13/12/2012 at 22:14

Blankets are good. It's black bin day tomorrow. I need to find something to put in the bin so that I can put it out. The neighbours black bin is overflowing.

In very exciting and non mundane news, I tried on some inov8's at the track tonight. I'm thinking I'm liking.   Except that I appear to have spent my budget and then some.

On a plus note, a friend said I should be looking at an upgrade on the bike, which would be exciting. What would anyone here buy, money being no object - bike porn? Sexy bikes?

And I have to admit that I'm really glad that the bikes weren't in the garage because I'd hate for anyone to break in and damage or steel the motorbikes. That would kill me. So I knew I was taking a risk but it's one I chose. All the same, the thieving bastards can go to Hell.   Though - if you spent your life nicking stuff, you'll get caught at some time, be made to pay fines, go to prison and wotnot. Really they have the shitty lives they deserve and I hope they are unhappy about it.

13/12/2012 at 23:23

I'm so glad I popped in and saw all this bin talk. It's black (recycling) bin day here tomorrow and we had forgotten to put out the bin . Mr S has now gone outside to rectify the situation! 

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