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Posted: Today at 17:26

Skotty I agree - there is a lot of deception with a long term affair that would be difficult to forgive. 1 one-night stand might be forgivable - several might not  



Posted: Today at 16:40

that programme was pretty distressing even though you knew what was going to happen - I couldn't sleep!


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Posted: Today at 14:08

woohoo well done Snaily!

oh Daffs I forgot about your very own thread  I shall look out for it. Hopefully see you at Chester then

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Posted: Today at 10:30

morning all

crikey lots going on


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ for DL, Podds and the DG, Holly and anyone I've forgotten

Tubbs there is something very cute about Shetland ponies

Chuggs - I hope you get a better response from C1. That doesn't sound like her at all, she just sounds very low and is taking it out on the people who will always be there for her. My Bigun is very much like that when he has a problem - it always seems to be my fault although he apologises later!

Sue well done on your crafting - brilliant

Daffs - are you still planning on doing Chester? err, I haven't heard you mention much running lately

back to work today for a rest! weekends are so tiring and nothing seems to get done.

i wonder how our iron people are today

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Posted: 25/07/2014 at 14:21

I think 13 y/o boys may change their clothes occasionally? when my Bigun was about 10 he went to the Isle of Wight for a week and came back in the clothes he went in, suitcase undisturbed

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Posted: 25/07/2014 at 14:18

afternoon all

trouble with my lovely WAISTer pals is that I am now sitting in my office trying not to blub! supposed to be working after all

(((((((((((Chuggs)))))))))) so hard to lose your special friend but you know it was time. I'm going to give Emmydog a big hug tonight. I don't think I would like to be without a dog for any time either - and dog walking is what I do every day I'd be lost without it!

DL - sounds like you and OH have done great for your first round of fostering. You have to hope that decisions are made from experience with the best outcomes in the end - but it certainly makes you wonder

been in meetings all morning then sorting out emails - went well though so not all bad.



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Posted: 24/07/2014 at 15:34

well done Podds! and some lovely photos

I did have a read back this morning - (((((Chuggs)))) and ((((Tubbs)))) really made me tear up. So important that we do the right thing for our pet family members xxx

Spence - I know where you are with GranGran too. I often think if the old version of my Mum could see the way she is now she would be horrified, and I know she wouldn't want this life. In this case though all we can do is make sure she is looked after the best we can.

Melds - getting sooooo excited for you! and MC  - woohoo

been in meetings and calls all morning but now I'm left alone - I have the triathlon on my tablet 


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Posted: 22/07/2014 at 09:25

morning all

give your Dad a big cuddle Spence

Snaily - I actually think that is good news - you know what the damage is, its not too major and you know how to treat it and swimming is fab

oh MC what crappy presents - shouldn't laugh! I did think perhaps it was a joke but looks like they are just hopeless, so time to move on!

haha Kieran road rage with the police - bad idea

I was out for a curry last night, nice time! had to be in early for meeting so no plodding this morning and probably won't be able to go this evening cos Bigun is bringing his girlfriend for dinner. They've been together a while but always go out rather than being in the house - he really can't afford to keep doing that so I'm hoping she will feel comfortable enough to visit more (I think she's quite shy previous girlfriends have virtually moved in by now)

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Posted: 21/07/2014 at 14:48

thanks Spence Rugby is same day as Chester. Are you still doing Brum? I will probably do that - I'm a bit strapped for cash at the mo after purchasing another bliddy vehicle!

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Posted: 21/07/2014 at 10:31

morning all

I have read back but so much info for my tired brain to retain.....

well done to the racers! fab training especially Larry on the return to fitness and Cheesey -40 miles!!

((Snailly's leg)) ((DL's back)) anyone else?


well done to fabulous offspring


I got a few miles in at the weekend and got very wet on Saturday, need to check my plan and enter a few races - anyone doing Chester? Daffers?

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