Pippi LS


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working at it slowly

Posted: Yesterday at 19:20

Fab pics Dragon! What a great experience, but I won't be following!

phew. At least theBritish summer is here and I can wear my new clothes ... Last week was too hot!

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Posted: 03/07/2015 at 19:54

Oh dear, Snaily. You must really feel like the rug has been pulled out from under your life. Be strong, look after yourself, and perhaps it is all a sign to move on to make your new life.

What next Spence, a 9 1/2 mile PB? The opportunities are endless! Glad it all seems to be working for you (I suppose it would be annoying if it didn't)

Here's one we haven't seen before ... a small child (5 year old girl who is quite arty and creative) came in with a picture she had drawn and coloured in ...

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... on a panty liner!

(Well, lots of our children don't have paper at home!)

A clean one, I hasten to add!!!!

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Posted: 28/06/2015 at 20:56

I didn't get the updates on the last 2 km so I wouldn't worry about Podds just yet ... 

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Posted: 28/06/2015 at 20:54

shes in! 

It was Daffs popping out that worked!

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Posted: 28/06/2015 at 20:29

That last link works on the ipad too! 

Well done Daffs! Would you have been last if you hadn't nobbled the lady in front? 

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Posted: 28/06/2015 at 11:19

Isn't that also your PW? 

Pom Pom Pom 

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Posted: 22/06/2015 at 21:01

I hear you invaded Poland ...

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Posted: 22/06/2015 at 19:26

Oh, Spence, now look what you've gone and done! I'm not having a class next year and it's all your fault! (supporting KS1, then teaching languages and computing in KS2 - still a bit vague as to how it's timetabled and how it will work out ... ... means I have to remember some hard stuff!)

We had a nice if rather sedate amble yesterday. We weren't the youngest in the group (2 women at least were younger, and there were 1 or 2 in their 50s but the rest were well over 70 if not 80!) I felt pretty fit going uphill when they all stopped exhausted at the top (the sort of place I'd have gone, phew! then carried on!) Still, Mr P got out for a walk, and coped easily, although his knee hurt a bit. It was a lovely day, and good to chat to different people.

Hope your piles get better before that long bike ride, Meldy!

working at it slowly

Posted: 21/06/2015 at 07:58

Off to Keswick to do a gentle, convalescent stroll with Mr P and the Ramblers ( he wants to do the really easy one and I think I ought to stick with him!)

happy Sunday (racing anyone?)

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