Hello and welcome to Andrew, Lobbit and Rebecca. We are a gobby lot and talk about many things other than running. Until you get used to us, just jump right in with your comments and questions - you'll be here for ever if you wait for a suitable lull in conversation
Glad that you're feeling better Coco, this is always a safe place for a rant.
Podds, I'm very relieved that the NV seems fully recovered now.
Sorry to hear about MIL Pippi.
Chuggy, I always think that the sparrowsgrass meal sounds really nice - but I never get round to doing it here.
14th May you say Meldy. I'm always happy to help a friend, I'll see if MS if free that week
Tubs, I love your description of Fling, I can picture his bottom lip wobbling
Glad that you enjoyed your holiday Spence.
That labby is he looks older than 11 months.
We had a great weekend, hotel was lovely and the murder mystery stuff really absorbing. I had no idea whodunnit but that didn't spoil the fun. Would love to do another, maybe with freinds/family. It looks pretty expensive until you realise that the cost covers accommodation, meals (including a cream tea on Saturday) and entertainment. Friday's weather was glorious and yesterday's OK. Torrential rain on the way home today - a huge 'Thank You' to MS for driving.
We were supposed to be going out with bffs for tea tomorrow but they have just been told that R's father is ill, so they will go to see him instead. This follows a total cicumnavigation of the M25 on Friday - taking son back to Cambridge, via Maidstone (Kent) as they wanted to stop off and see F's grandfather who is terminally ill. That gives MS and I time to chill, we are both pretty
Thanks for letting us know about Parddu, Yeo, sad news.
I'm sorry Tubs, that did make me larf , glad that you were able to sort it out.
Chuggy, that's great weightloss, especially as it was not intentional!
Sorry that you had to go in to w*rk Podds, hope that is the last time over the weekend.
Meldy, it sounds as if the house purchase is really coming together. I remember that I cried on my first night in my own flat, it was a case of 'Dear dog, what have I done?'! Had a similar reaction after we got married...
Noo, I meant to comment on your half m PB, it is a truely stonking time!
Anyone seen XB recently?
It's still fine and dry here, but not as nice as it has been. Forcast for weekend is pretty mixed too, it doesn't make it easy to travel light!
Don't know what happened to the post I made yesterday - I suspect it 'timed out'. Fingers crossed for today.
A huge 'Well done' to Jff, MC and Scott! I'm afraid I don't have enough generosity of spirit to watch VLM on the box
Hope that you had a lovely day yesterday Noggy. It is our 30th today - how the heck did that happen?!
It seems that I missed a WAISTer birthday, sorry
Larry, it's great to hear you enjoying your acticvity again, there must have been times when you thought it would never happen.
Lovely day here, although a little cool at times when out of the sun. Have done the usual aquqgym and morning with bff. MS has just come home, we are out for dinner this evening to the hotel where we spent our wedding night,lookie here
WAIST well xxxx
Larry, it's really great to hear you enjoying your activity again.
Good news about the Knoggy knee but I echo Meldy's warning - don't leave it too late to get it done, you want to be able to make use of, and enjoy, the results.Happy Anniversary for tomorrow, I hope you have a lovely evening tonight.
Great fundraising Podds I'm sure you looked very fetching.
(((Coco))) I think this is the stage where you wish you could just get the goodbyes over with and the new job started. Sorry that the hip is still playing up. I loved your description of the tapestry I have heard the analogy before but not expressed so well.
(((Chuggy and C3))) It's nearly 3.5years since I lost Chivvy and I still can't think of him without tears. I know it will happen eventually though.
7 miles walked is great going Larry! I do hope you haven't suffered for it though.
It's bright and dry here but certainly not warm enough for me to be in shorts or tee shirt. SIL and her hubby are in the country for a few weeks and are coming over for a while after dinner today. I wonder whether Cleo will remember them? Of course, I'm secretly hoping that she ignores them but she never turns down the offer of a lap, no matter who it belongs to!