Hello, wagonners. UIW, hope your eye heals up soon. Medicinal alcofrol is perfectly acceptable, I would say!
I am not really on the wagon, as I have gone off alcohol anyway so not much to give up anyway, but I did try a small sip of Merlot on Monitday night, when Neil and I were away in the Lakes, just to see if it still tasted of vinegar....and the answer is, no! Although I only managed two sips before handing the glass to Neil for him to finish. Still, it's progress.
<makes dumplings to add to the wagon stewpot>
Baked beans, not refried beans, I'm afraid
If you don't resist, you can climb back up on the wagon tomorrow.
Does anyone want some German friendship cake? It's like a cake-chainletter.
Still dry here, even after finding a bottle of red in my hotel room on arrival yesterday.
Afternoon, wagon people
Just back from dropping off all my paperwork with my accountant. He's such a nice man and we had a good little chat over a cup of tea He doesn't mind my scrappy record-keeping and incomplete records, bless him!
Cat5, what is this friendship cake of which you speak? Sounds intriguing!
I did a bit of shopping after seeing the accountant <parades new boots and leopoard print scarf>
It's a yeats cake ST. We were given a portion which we had to feed for 10 days. We then divided it up into 4 bits, baked one and gave the other 3 away. Rinse and repeat.
Mrs Cat5 did it with apples and spices, and it tastes like a Kipling country slice.
That cake mix must be years old by now!
That sounds interesting, Cat5. Should we have a Wagon Train cake chain, fellow wagonners?
Macaroni with mushroom and blue cheese sauce on the menu for the wagon train tonight. Any takers?
Warms hands - no heating good think its mild LOL
LAte start at work due to a cat showing signs of a minor stroke - someone isn't going to be happy about it
day 20 and all is well alcohol wise at least
Hi Monty 19 out of 20 isn't too shabby now is it
Cat is walking up and down the stairs but it may be a a few more days before I notice a difference in how he moves - some cheap drugs to realx hs blood vessles and a wait and see approach from the vet many recover completely
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