Pippi LS

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Posted: Today at 18:52

G&T, beef in the oven. stressing a bit as I've got an observation coming up (again!)

Can you turn the vibe-o-meter up to 11 tomorrow as Pippette has an interview! - at her old school ... she is regretting having been 15! and will have to move out if she gets it as it's only 5 minutes walk away ...

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Posted: Today at 17:27

Most people don't "start" at 35 miles!!

like the pavlova though!

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Posted: Today at 15:48

We went to the theatre last night to see an exellent Educating Rita, but had "dinner" at a newly taken-over restautrant that needs GordonRamsay to go and swear at them. We got there 1 1/2 hours before the play, we got wine and a starter, but as it was gettign toward 7 pm we tried to hurry them along, then got cross, then gave up. We offered to pay for what we'd had, but, fair enough, they didn't charge us.

We weren't the only ones who left either ...

We had chippy chicken & chips at 11pm! delicious!

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Posted: Today at 15:45

Certainly a brisk wind here!

I had an 8 mile run yesterday - legs felt like lead at the end! Still a bit tired when I got up today, but a bit of gardening (before the rain) has loosened them up. I'm trying to do a bit each weekend as the garden has been fairly neglected over the last few years and could do with a bit of a refresh. I'm taking out lots of things that have overgrown and spread, then I need to have a think about replanting (as opposed to seeing things I like and just sticking htem in!) Nogs, what do you think? Our local gardens (Ness - Liverpool Uni botanic gardens) does a short course in garden design - for amateur back-gardeners as opposed to taking it up as a career! I cna't decide if it would be a good idea to give me time and information to think of a planting plan, or if iI could probably do just as well with some garden books and some information gathering trips to local nurseries/garden centres. I do know a bit about what I'm doing, but I'm not very disciplined....

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Posted: 26/02/2015 at 20:19

((((Far fars)))) yes, it's a cathartic and hopefully healing process.

Good luck Daffs. Mr P said he had been looking forward to house hunting until we actually did it - I think he was disappointed that there wasn't more of what we were looking for. We've never done it again!


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Posted: 24/02/2015 at 19:29

Vibes for the Lurgies ( ipad changed that to purges - a bit drastic). Mr P and I both got very short lived colds last week, so hope yours are equally quick to go.

yes, Sluggie, very few of our parents could make an effort to go to the library, etc. I asked my children to go home and find out who was PM as we are learning a bit about London. I mentioned it to 2 mums who were panic stricken and clueless ( although one looked it up and said she had known, but I think I'd put her on the spot!). Another mum told my colleague on the door they had looked it up - she had thought of George Bush, but he was some years ago, wasn't he? .... I am surprised that I am surprised. I have been there long enough ...

im going to have to read back to find out why Chuggy is in the Rijksmuseum...? 

too tired for photo club ....

i intended to get to work in good time today as I had stuff to sort out ... I wasn't really early, then I came down after brushing my teeth to find cat sick in the hall! Got most up, gave the carpet a rub, then put down a cloth with a note for Mr P when he got up!

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Posted: 23/02/2015 at 22:04

Podds, you have to be one or t'other round here!

(((Westie))) be glad it isn't the other way round (ie. snot the sh*t monster has got me)

The turning children into numbers monster has got me ... pointless! And getting sorted for tomorrow. I did think today of doing "what I did in half-term" but as none of them do anything, that's always rather depressing ...

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Posted: 23/02/2015 at 20:13

I do know what and where Everton is, it was just a disapproving comment - harumph!

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Posted: 23/02/2015 at 18:58

... Everton???? ....

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Posted: 22/02/2015 at 22:35

I've been up a windy mountain (hill, really) and it was an achievement to stand at 45degrees into the wind and not get blown backwards, never mind walk into it!!!!

(((( sluggies friend)))))


all normal tomorrow.

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