IT HAS FINALLY STOPPED BLOODY SNOWING
Its still snowing here but I think there is less on the ground than yesterday so it is thawing faster than it is snowing
It's lovely out there really, B
Why is my nose getting longer?
Mine is dripping.
Not another bloody cold. I'm fed up with being ill this year
Can't see me getting a run in today. Had a rough night last night and have been catching up my sleep this morning. Still not feeling very good now. Seems to happen to most weekends these days.
There is no vortex here. MrKJ has to leave at 4am to go to the airport, I've just told him it's due to snow at 3am.In breaking news, today we've fitted a different toilet seat in the en suite. It was the one we brought from the old house as it has a special in-built seat for toddler toilet training.
I have man flu and a poorly shoulder. Not that anybody would notice as I am bearing up very well.
I had brie earlier. I was going to offer it around but by the time the computer booted up I had eaten it
I think we live on the wrong side of the vortex!
There are snow drifts here that are easily 5 feet deep. Me and Cake went for a walk to the pub, and it was more than five hours before we got back! We tried one foot path, but the drifts were waist height on Cake, so I daredn't attempt them! So we went a different route, and for some reason decided it was a good idea to follow some footsteps without having a clue whether or not the trailblazer was going the same direction as we were... Anyhoo, we got so far, then the footsteps veered off from where we were heading. So we forged ahead, Cake leading the way and me desperately trying to step into his footsteps. We both fell over several times. Hours later, we got to the pub. Cake's trouser legs were full of snow and we both had wet bums and wind-chapped faces. Strangely enough, we turned down ice in our drinks...
(((Caz))) Is your shoulder sore from swimming? The calcium in the cheese is medicinal, so I wouldn't worry about having eaten it
Nice toilet update KJ
My shoulder has been a bit funny for a year. I think it is a rotator cuff problem caused by too much swimming. I'm trying to change my technique to resolve it and doing lots of exercises and stretches
Gawd!!! Glad you two got home okay Bookie.
Sounds like the lot of us need another grope hug, doesn't it? Go safe, everyone who has to venture out tomorrow.I can't stop scoffing caramelised onion cheddar dipped in huge chunks of abbots pickle with mead, washed down with a rather nice glass of rioja and with some pate on the side. Please could someone tell me that this has nutritional value as opposed to me being a piglet. Fibbing is fine, just to be clear.
Yes, Hash spot on - highly nutritional.
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