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Yeah I've seen that before, but then when you actually go to a shop to try and buy it they don't have it. Not actually tried to buy any online.
can you ask them to order it in for you? they might do...
hoggle - that sounds very alarming. sounds like inter-group politics getting in the way and too much back stabbing. it is not good that you were caught in the middle
er, vixo - why are you MAKING sausage rolls?? can't you just buy some frozen ones?? at your stage, i would be making my life as easy as possible for myself
i am feeling well rank today. i think it's just a cold but i am so dizzy and woozy with my ears. i also feel quite sick. i don't have pain but i keep having light-headed moments, where i almost can't see anything. it's like i blank out for a second. and there is constant hissing in my ears. it's vile. it's probably labyrinthitis again - i had it last time i had a cold and was given some drugs but told they would make me drowsy and not to take them if i was taking my antihistamines which help me sleep. so not sure what to do really.
It has never occurred to me to make sausage rolls......
must go back and find your pastry recipe as may make mince pies at the wk end.
vixo - i like your style. but i still couldn't be arsed
if i wanted to see the GP, it would have to be an emergency appointment, which i don't feel i can justify really. plus i wouldn't have a choice of GP so would end up with the one that no-one likes who always has loads of appointments spare. and there is no way he would prescribe antibiotics anyway! but if it continues, i will have to go. the fact i am aching everywhere makes me think it's just viral tho.
Lol Vixo. Glad you are feeling better.
Sounds awful Hoggle.
I tried to get medised when we were away in October and the woman in Boots told me it had been taken off the shelves and there was no equivalent. Will maybe see if I can find any online, it was good stuff!!
Poor CM. Hope you feel better soon.
We had a snow day yesterday which was great although Sophie didn't appreciate the primary school being shut but not the secondary! Back to school today though and its raining now so just that horrible slushy mess left.
I have a friend of the twins over for lunch and then taking her to the swimming lessons with mine while her mum sleeps off a night shift. She pee'd on Reece's car seat on the way home from nursery though!
grim to the yucky snow, lotte. and lol to the peeing little one. altho annoying for poor Reece!
odd that you don't seem to be able to buy medised anymore. it looks like it should still be available. perhaps ordering it online is the only way.
have had a call from the vets to say kittens are fine after their ops. they have both been castrated and little Katsuma has also had his hernia repaired. bless. they were going frantic this morning trying to get into the food as i had to starve them from last night. Diavlo was trying to rip open the spare bag of dried food and both of them were chewing at the packaging around the tinned food. was really very funny. they were trying harder to get themselves food than my own kids do when they are hungry!
mega skimread, life seems a bit crazy at the moment!! No more so than anyone else I am sure.
I like 'making' sausage rolls - Vixo stylee with the ready-made puff pastry, but somehow they DO taste nicer and are so darn easy to make.
Hoggle - that sounds really really awful situation, even more so when you are away from home. It sounds like you handled it with maturity though - unlike the perpetrators?
Labrynthitis has been doing the rounds up here.
JG - I would also ditto the other girls, I'd go for the extra morning seeing as childcare is good - that's usually what these things pivot on in the end isn't it?
Lotte - was envious of your snow day yesterday but then not as travel is good round here at the moment and it's dried out a bit although still plenty of black ice.
18-miler for me in the woods this morning. Plenty of icy patches to keep me on my toes but didn't feel too bad really - not especially hilly route, more mild undulations but all on good trail
Right, need to get some food down me and out for pick-up and S's ballet lesson.
Hubby home tonight this week which is great as we almost get a proper weekend. Am sure I'll be cursing his presence by tomorrow morning though!
So what running have you been doing this week Lotte? Go on, confess
What's labrythitis? Sounds nasty anyway
Thanks for all your sound advice girls - got pretty much the same reaction from other people I work with, and other mums at school so decided I was just having a severe Mummy Guilt reaction. Have said I will do it and my manager said if it doesn't work out they can always find somebody else, but would rather I did it. So I feel a bit silly for being so emotional about it but grandparents have assured me that they would happily do up to 3 days so I feel better about that .
My FIL went in for a operation to have a cancerous patch on his face removed yesterday, and was given some ABs to take first thing after being nil by mouth all night. They arrived at 7.30am in time for his op at 8am but he suddenly started being violently sick - he said he had absolutely no control and has almost lost his voice today, as well as feeling as though he's been kicked in the stomach and ribs. They can only think it was the ABs that caused that reaction - is this normal?
Lotte - yay to snow days but I feel for Sophie, how annoying!
Frozen sausage rolls in the oven as I speak Sophie is getting really tired, she's just burst into tears because she couldn't do an "N" on her friend Nell's Christmas card...
i hope they're home made, JG
hope FIL is ok - did they do the op? i have had a severe reaction to AB's including vomiting. it was clarithromycin or however you spell it
labrynthitis is inner ear infection i think. makes you go all woosy
talking of woosy - i have the kittens back. they were both castrated but the little one also had to have a hernia sorted, so he now has a collar on. bless him - he is walking into everything!
Hello All, been reading on my phone but can never be bothered to type on that as so small. Finally logged in on my superduper new laptop today so thought I would check in.
JT, so glad to hear you are well enough to be back at work, really hope that is all behind you now.
JG, sounds like a great decision. I actually envy you a little the opportunity to earn a little more money in return for a little more work. With our company and the economy screwing us so badly at the moment, that is not an option for us and it seems that however hard we work we cannot affect it for the better. I'm sure N will love more granny time too. How is your shoulder now?
CM, I think you need a really good holiday, your poor body has been fighting off so many nasties this year, I know it's not an option but wish I could wave my magic wand for you (()).
Hoggle, what a nightmare, glad that you have a good boss though and sounds as though you handked it well. Not what you need, especially after feeling so poorly.
We bought a bottle of Calpol (I think) when we were back in UK as Max a bit poorly and were astounded at how good it was compared to the equivalent we can get here, given that it is only paracetamol, I couldn't work out why it seemed so much more effective?
Vixo, glad you are feeling better. Yummy to sausage rolls, not sure if I can get sausage meat here, shall have to look for some as they are a real taste of home.
Mr TT has been up in Connecticut this week, back tonight so Max and I will both be very happy to have him home. He found a British shop yesterday though and has promised all sorts of yummies which he has bought, including pork and stilton pies, yum! Also Quality Street, Celebrations, some good cheese, can't wait. We are going to spend Christmas with our English friends so they will love all of the English touches. We already brought back tons of cheesy footballs and Twiglets from our recent trip!
Can't believe so many of you have snow already, lovely pictures on FB from some of you.
Max is really starting to notice Christmas this year. He LOVES all the Christmas lights up around everywhere and his face was an absolute picture when we collected him from nursery having put up a tree in the house. We bought an artifical one with lights on already so had no decorations but looked very pretty. I can't find a star for the top that I like (all so ugly and garish!) so he keeps going on about needing to buy one. I thought it would be nice for him to add a new decoration to the tree every year so have bought one he can stick together for this year which we can do this weekend.
We have a brunch at the golf club a week on Sunday where he can meet Santa, taking bets now as to whether he howls again (as last 2 years) or sees the benefit to being nice to him .
OK, rabbitted on for too long already, better do some work....
Hi EF, how are you getting on? Is it still another week until your scan?
Interesting TT, I always assumed that paracetamol was just paracetamol, the only difference being the dosage. There was definitely a noticeable difference between Calpol and the US stuff though.
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