...and the beat goes on...
Star trek was Great!
Well done Dave and Susie, and ATM.
RS/ MM - Hope your feeling better soon!
TD - great news on the bike ride.
Loving the photos!
I have had a very busy day in the garden, again. All pruning, weeding, dogs kennel moved(and that took some doing even without him in it!), paving all cleaned with powerwasher.....then I visited my mother.....glutten for punishment or what!!!
Bad news - BF phoned on his way home from Fort William, some silly phucker pulled out in front o him, he swerved and the whole side of the vehicle is smashed in(no doors open ofor nothing. This would be bad enough if it was my car, but its his sons especially adapted disability car. I have a feeliing moods will not be good tonight.
Kaz; I'll leave my thoughts to Clay Davis:
Oh Kaz honey. That sucks! It'll be cold comfort at the moment because it will be a nuisance no matter what, but is it fully insured?
Ya MM, fully insured through disability company thing? Its just going to make life very hard for BF transporting his son. Hes 19 and quadraplegic, with an active social life as well as lots of other appointments for his health. My car doesnt even transport his folding wheelchair.
That's a real bummer Kaz, but at least he is OK. And thank-fully he wasn't on a motor bike.
My sea swim has been postponed due to lack of sea. Got my tides wrong. But I have a date with 'high tide' on Thursday evening.
Just watch out for the turtles. Frightened or otherwise.
Yip Simon it could of been a lot worse indeed. Thankfully its only a car, if somewhat inconvenient in the circumstances!
MM - I'll be wearing anti-turtle cream.
Kaz - Damn!! good to hear everyone is okay. How long will it take to get fixed?
Itll be an insurance job, involving the mobility lot so who knows?? I expect a while. The work itself will take a while but the paperwork before will probably take longer!
Kaz - good luck!! Will the insurance pay for a rental vehicle in the meantime? I think it should, especially if it's a mobility special one.
They should, I think, can't really do without one.
Kaz, bummer about the car..
Star Trek was excellent. And the storyline is open for more films to follow...
DV - of course it is! Looking forward to seeing it.
Kaz - hope you and BF get that sorted quickly.
A good Monday to all.
Kaz - sorry to hear about the car but a blessing that noone was injured.
Hope everyone has a great Monday!
Happy Monday here - the sun is shining again now, after a night of terrential rain. Looks like its going to be hot again!
Hope everyone has a great day!
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Thanx folks! Happy Monday here - the sun is shining again now, after a night of terrential rain. Looks like its going to be hot again! Hope everyone has a great day!
It's raining, the heating has been turned on and i'm sitting at my desk in a winter jacket... I wish I lived in the Orkneys!
Not really Emmy.........this will be our week of summer just about over, highest temp has been 11.5 degrees!!!
Kaz - Sorry to hear about the accident, but it's good that nobody was hurt. The car being out of action is a pain, but cars can always be fixed.
DV - I need to get down to see the new Trek film. I sense another cheap cinema night in my future. I loved the reboot film.
Well done to all those running at the weekend.
ATM - Are you doing the Dunlop 10km this weekend?
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