(((Coco and family))) tough times indeed! Hurrah! and well done to your Dad.
(((FP and Bear))) hope something can be done to improve things.
Awww, Chuggy, Monty sounds a real darling. Hope you have an uneventful journey back to NL.
Just killing time waiting for the taxi, I thought it was due at 11.00 (so I would have times it perfectly) but MS told me, 5 mins ago, that it is not due til 11.30! Never mind, it gave me the chance to pop in and say Hi.
Woohoo! Well done for the PB Spence! and Happy birthday to Miss Spence, 16 is quite a milestone.
Hope you are able to find the photo you want Noggy, the mind must boggle looking at so many.
FP, not every run can be a PB - otherwise we wouldn't cherish them so much. Hope the museum beats expectations.
Bon Voyage Chuggy.
(((Coco))) colds are horrible, they make you feel so rotten. I always think that it is about the most ill you can feel and not actually be ill
Hope the ride goes well tomorrow Podds, I have been told that I can fill up on non-NSAID drugs right up to 6am on the day of the procedure.
BTW, I don't have to start the antiseptic showering just yet, I don't even have a date at the moment. I'm glad of that as I hate to think what effect it will have on my hair (I am allowed to use conditioner)!
Well, the kitchen is looking very bare, we've just kept by the few things that we need before we go. There's a huge pile of clothes on the bad, but I haven't actually started packing yet. Thank heavens there is no limit on how much luggage we take...
I probably won't look in tomorrow before we go so I will leave lots of ((((( ))))) ~~~~~~~~~~ and xxxxx for everyone now.
Coco, sorry that you are playing host to the germlies, hope that you soon feel better.
(((Podds))) glad that the ouchy back is feeling a bit better. The drugs shouldn't matter much, they will be well out of your system before the op. It's NSAIDs that they really want you to stop due to the risk of bleeding. I will have to stop NSAIDs and shower with chlorhixidene for 3 days before my 'procedure'.
How is your back today Larry?
Glad that you have told your manager your news DL, hope they don't give you a hard time about it.
Blimmin well run Daffs! Well done on doing the necessary for the poorly man too.
Tubs, a new oss box sounds very exciting - or terrifying, depending on where you are standing!
Have aquagymmed and done a bit of shopping, collected a fettled wheel for MS's bike, agreed final bits with builder and taken delivery of new, made-to-measure skirt. Am kanackered now!
Didn't you know that Coco? She pretends to be a young, bohemian babe, but is really an 89 year old monarch . Sorry that you are feeling blue, hope that you have a liberal supply of chocolate to hand.
DL, congratulations on the news job. If your travelling will be confined to 'the south' that will be an advantage. Hope that the 'telling the boss' bit goes well.
Podds, is this your French weekend? Has the mayor agreed to let you in?
Daffs, pity about the garmin. Makes mne wonder how we managed to do most of pur long runs without one! We bought ours almost at the ends of our running 'careers', a bit of bad timing on our behalf.
It's looking more cloudy today but still feels warm. It looks as if we might be leaving behind a lovely Indian summer. Yumms, I'm afraid that we will have to dispense with your services on the basis that our cases are quite possibly heavier than you