Glad you are all set for your trip Noggy. Why can you not take your usual meds for the back?
Coco, I'm glad you have got the report out of the way. How exciting to be planning a wedding, especially a cosy one! Glad that your chiropractor has helped you get things back in perspective.
Awww, Chuggy, Monty sounds such a sweetie
Amandax, you are right not to take chances.
Pippi, that tea looks great - and I lurve your lunchbox.
Glad that you had a good birthday Spence.
Oooh, MC, you baaaad mummy . Seriously, it has happened to most of us - and the kids usually survive to tell the tale.
Podds, do you have a potential date for your surgery? I know it is knee related, but I'm afraid I have forgotten exactly what you are having done.
I had a pre-op assessment yesterday, it went OK. It seems that I should expect to have my trial on a Saturday, probably sometime in October, with the permanent implantation 2-4 weeks later (as long as the trial is successful ). Here's hoping things go as planned...
Have been with bff and her hubby to see some of the arshow - we saw quite a lot of things, including the vulcan and the Red Arrows. It was very cloudy but the rain held off, thankfully.
Happy Birthday Spence Hope everyone is looking after you today. SlugMummy has always been fritted of moths, she would empathise with you.
Roger, please forgive my lack of manners, I forgot to say 'Hi and welcome' yesterday It sounds as if you have made a great start. Don't make the usual newbie mistake of getting injured through trying to do too much too soon.
Glad to hear that the DG is doing well. BTW Podds, that was a very good explanation of healing by primary and secondary intention!
Also glad to hear that you are starting to feel better Chuggy. Your round-up of the Chuggyland goodies made me feel hungry .
TM was supposed to be taking me for lunch today but has been called into a staff meeting instead . I'm enjoying another afternoon with Missy Moo Cleo on my lap.
Have had lots of faffing around with the dealers regarding my noo car - including being phoned yesterday and told that the whole deal was off because MS had been refused insurance . Have heard today that everything is sorted and it should be ready for collection on Monday afternoon. I will believe it when I see it!
(((Chuggy))) thanks for popping in to let us know you are still with us. Hurrah! for C3, I know he has worked very hard for this. Glad to hear that C1 is thawing; shame she is not adult enough to realise that her parents sometimes need support too.
Hurrah! for Scott too. How lovely that you were asked to present his medal Westie .
Welcome home Coco.
(((FC2))) it really is a sign of how bad the system has become if someone is sent to DL for a taste of 'normality' DL certainly shouldn't be allowed to holiday in the UK, look what happens to the weather!
Hope you enjoyed your day FP. We went to Mabelthorpe for a holiday once. Once was enough...
Well done for sticking up against the comments Yummy, there are far too many people who want to spoil whatever others are doing. Glad you had a good Buffday.
I would love to help you wrestle the cabinet Meldy. It's my back you know...
It's been raining pretty much all day here. I'm glad that I ventured out only to take the grandma's home after we had fed them tea and cake. My mum is feeling pretty miserable again (courtesy of The Friend of course!), it makes me very sad to see it. When people get to 88, all you want for them is to be content and surrounded by people who love them .
SB has gone out to see a friend, it's been lovely to have him here. He was due to return home today but has stayed on as tomorrow is the funeral of the gf's aunt. Another sad situation as no-one was particularly close to her, most people seem to have considered her rather a nuisance.
I don't think SB will be keeping me in the style to which I would like to become accustomed - not for many years anyway! He's working hard and it's good to see him reaping the rewards.