It's very quiet, anyone would think you're all at a party! I'm joining in from far away, I've got a Wispa bar, a liquiorice tea and a daughter singing "the wheels on the bus" - oh, and I'm dressed up for the occasion in my PJ's.
Morning! How are the heads?!
Morning, I'm tired. David appears to be in fine fettle, I had a rubbish nights sleep and I think I dreamt about cake.
I haven't seen any piccies yet except for the one at the register office.
Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate yesterday, virtual and real. one of my friends left there fudge behind and had to return for it as they said it had special value. The kids loved it. Thank you for all the good wishes. It was a fab day.
Now can I please have a great big mug of tea.
Morning Mrs D
Froom Froom Hash.
Would this be the mighty Uriah Heep you're off to see, Hash? I caught them last week in Bilston - on fine form as ever.
It was that long a journey for me too. There were three dates all about 100 miles away. Finding the M6 closed on the way home made it a longer journey back as well. Be on your best form though - we got a right telling off from Bernie Shaw last week because not enough of us were singing along with 'Stealing'. It was just like being back in school assembly.
Yes, we deliberately avoided Milton Keynes as well - but it still seems to have sold out.
hash, it's only 200 miles when you do several laps of the M25.
It's about 146 miles. Roughly speaking.
Glad to hear yesterday was lovely, we were thinking of you Today we went on a snowdrop walk, very pretty.
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