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Posted: Yesterday at 20:42

Sorry my last post followed Spence

Well done MC - swimming through poo - not my idea of fun, but each to their own!?

Hoping today went well Podds.

Have had a bit of a hard day. Kept it together but on saying goodbye everyone got a bit teary. It was his sob as he caught up with his social worker at the gate that kind of stays with you. Got to believe better things are coming his way. Having a glass of wine, laving the loo door open and watching TV without a running commentary - woo hoo - to be an adult without children again - living the dream!?

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Posted: Yesterday at 20:35

where's Dec then?

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Posted: Yesterday at 08:29

What was I thinking?!  - ~~~~~~~~~~~ Podds and DG~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Vibe machine set to super healing and leg sorting

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Posted: Yesterday at 08:28


Nogs - that made me laugh - hats off to you

Yay M.eldy and Mathschick - over 14 hours - `thud`

Good to hear Megs is getting two little friends

Happy belateds to the mini

Chuggy - the letter sounds like a good plan

Vibes for today appreciated - ta - sometimes it's hard being an adult, especially when you haven't practiced it much 

Happy sparkly new week full of hope and potential, and for two WAISTers , probably a John Wayne walk and some very achey muscles

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Posted: 27/07/2014 at 09:16


repeat for a number of hours





and throw in a pom pom here and there to avoid RSI


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Posted: 26/07/2014 at 20:49

Oh Podds - what a pile of poo ((((((((~~~~~~~~DG~~~~~~~))))))))


(((((((Chuggy))))))) hope things are a little more positive this evening. I liked the pooch with the wonky tooth, Monty looks great.


Go Go GO GO GO GO etc etc for far too long  to Mathschick and stoopidly long for M.eldy

Happy tomorrow birthday FP - hope you get some new teeth

Very craft there Dragon - mighty fine.

Lots of other yays and oohs which I can't remember because I'm cream crackered. Today I won Monopoly. I had forgotten just how much I hate Monopoly. It's a very long, endless, long far too long game. Did I mention it was long

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Posted: 25/07/2014 at 09:32

((((((((Chuggy and family))))) The welcome gang will be waiting at the Rainbow Bridge. I often imagine it to be the animal version of the WAISTer lounge - a bit bonkers, quite funny and very, very lovely and supportive.

Podds - in future just take some random photos of a foreign country, dress up in a bit of lycra and tell us some stories - I'd still sponsor you and believe you - it would probably be a lot less painful! You is well hard, and barmy and awesome!

And then there's Noggs cycling up big hills for the fun of it, and MC doing bits of iron men and M.eldy - well just being M.eldy. Bonkers the lot of you - and you say I'm the odd one.

I haven't run or cycled or in fact moved very much lately. Back still twangy. I am still doing little comedy jigs to get in and out of chairs and taking circuitous routes to get socks onto feet.

Lad is with us now until Monday. We have talked to new carer and we will take him across there today to ease him into the new arrangements. I am sure it will work out well for him in the long run, but you just think things could  and should be handled so much more sensitively. It's also quite interesting comparing notes with the new carer and discovering just how much background info we weren't given. Not a problem for us but for others quite scary to realise what they can omit to tell you about someone who is coming to share your home. We have played every game known to man and interestingly an old favourite 'Tell Me' still coming out on top.

Happy - yay it's actually going to to be a warm and dry weekend after a week of sunshine sitting in an office

Not sure why the sunshine was sitting in an office

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Posted: 24/07/2014 at 08:33

````drums fingers on table and bastes breasts`````` Come on Podds........

Morning all

I thought it was Friday

it isn't is it?

is it?

ahh well

Happy whatever day it is

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Posted: 23/07/2014 at 09:29


working at it slowly

Posted: 23/07/2014 at 09:27


(((((((Chuggy)))))) Difficult decisions to be made but your heart will tell you what to do. We took Bulimic cat to the vet a few days before we had to, but we didn't want to prolong any pain or discomfort which would really only have been for our benefit and not hers. I don't regret that decision. 

~~~~~Coco's car~~~~~

Yay Podds - glad to hear you made it back almost intact

And again - Noggy - show us you legs!!!!!!!!!!!

Spence - fingers crossed for your pussy

As indeed expected last night was a difficult one. The social workers knew we would be happy to keep the lad but that 'was never going to happen'. The social care world is not one which works in the most flexible or responsive manner. A sleepless night of tears and silence. Hopefully today will allow him to start to process things and we will support him to see the positives in the move.

For the few - happy working day. For the rest of you - hope the sun shines on your activities

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