Pippi LS

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Posted: Yesterday at 19:15

Oh, and I thought they just sold cheap sofas ...

Coco, squatters rights!

Errrmmmm, I seem to have chickened out of the run - wind, sleet, hail ...

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Posted: 27/01/2015 at 20:23

We have a cat like that (i.e. we have a cat!)

(((((((Larry))))))) ((((((Tubs)))))) you don't need the hassle on top of everything else.

I'm a bit 'uncomfortable' with my mouth - jaw slightly achey still. I go back on friday for the proper crown. It has put me off running a bit, as I come home feeling niggly and not wanting to irritate it more (though I suspect running wouldn't do any harm ... ) Calf is feeling better. I had a planned rest yesterday even though it felt okay. I will have every intention of going out tomorrow and Thursday (Pilates is fully booked) - but only if it's sensible.

I've also joined the Ramblers. So has Mr P but I'm not sure if he knows. I've enquired about their weekend walks as I think it would be good to get out more (post dissertation euphoria!)

(((DL,OH and FCn))) grrr to incompetent uncaring school system (and yes, I can understand not wanting her in your system too when it's all about numbers and levels)

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Posted: 26/01/2015 at 20:31


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Posted: 25/01/2015 at 22:41

Yes, rest is probably sensible,though sometimes I wonder if I'm being a bit over- conscious of niggles ...

have the dogs been eating sprouts?

I have entered the 21st century and been watching catchup telly on the iPad throgh the TV screen 

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Posted: 25/01/2015 at 20:29

I did post but clicked something and lost it ...

onesie, it could be that the Ed Psych never answers the phone .... I think it also depends on peer group as to what is recognised.

we had a nice mooch round the woods by a local village this afternoon. 

My calf ha been tight ... Slightly concerned something might go ping again! Stretching. Think tomorrow if it feels tight at all I will do a treadie run and stop if it feels tighter. If it feels okay, I'll go,out as usual. Does that sound sensible???

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Posted: 24/01/2015 at 22:22

Sorry to disappoint you coco, but the Gruffalos child lives in Delamere frost in Cheshire ... And didnt you know, there's no such thing as aGruffalo!

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Posted: 24/01/2015 at 18:46

What did you go for. We've been window shopping fridges and freezers. Currently have separate mid height ones that don't seem to exist now.

going out for a Chinese soon to our local for Pippette's birthday earlier this week. That's a bit of a rambling sentence, but never mind!

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Posted: 24/01/2015 at 12:05

See Daffs is drunkenly posting in the wee small hours ... I'd be up for it though (and it's a cold sober morning). I've got the Aldi tri-suit ...

Lovely long(ish) run in the cold sunshine - bit windy once I got round the corner to the Irish Sea into the headwind ...

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Posted: 23/01/2015 at 21:29


Next month is a sort of coming of age for us WAISTers - we’ll be old enough to go to big school, we can’t let this go by without some sort of recognition. Now is the time to start to sort out a meet up. Suggestions? When? Where?

We don't have to do SATs do we???

((((Tubs))) you are allowed to have a meltdown - and it's better to have it here.

Oh yes, let's meet up. I am free and easy! (but not as much as the retired ...)

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Posted: 22/01/2015 at 20:38

I did. It was pretty good. I did wonder how you'd get on if you hadn't read the book or didn't know your Tudor history.

in role reversal, Pippette has gone to Tesco, got me ibuprofen  and Scotch broth.

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