Pippi LS

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Posted: Yesterday at 21:08

Is that a comment on Podds' computer screen?

I have swum and made the Christmas cake - tho' I'm not baking it till tomorrow morning - years of experience about having to stay up later than expected poking it to see if it's done!

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Posted: 26/11/2014 at 21:26

Me too

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Posted: 26/11/2014 at 17:54

I don't think 2 weeks is here or there really. I think when things are awry for 3 consectuive months is when you need to follow it up. Although my GP gave me a blood test when it all got very heavy. Then the consultatn said it was worthless as it had been taken too early in the morning and I was probably stressed and in a rush (yes!) so he took no notice of whatever hormone it measured!

As well as allergies, have you thought about your accident and the trauma it caused your body?

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Posted: 26/11/2014 at 17:28
Gentle Chugger wrote (see)

Melds, one pipette that did the lot would be heaven! I wonder what you've got?


I'll send her round!

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Posted: 23/11/2014 at 17:28

I went to roll on icing some years ago. I always used to do everything properly with Royal icing in layers over several days and look down my nose a bit at the ready made stuff. But ... I'm not very good at icing, it's 10 times easier, several days quicker plus it looks better!!

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Posted: 23/11/2014 at 14:41


 Pawprints? Don't look at me - I've been curled up on these cushions for hours ...

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Posted: 23/11/2014 at 11:56

I've baked a cake. I feel I need to do something normal. Now I'm back to writing a conclusion to my chapter ...

Spence, at least she's told you!


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Posted: 23/11/2014 at 08:21

I'm waiting for Mr P to get on with bringing me coffee. Where's he got to?

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Posted: 22/11/2014 at 13:33

Thanks for remembering that, Sluggie ... I think its' mid December? Then we can wait for the heart op. as for hte hand ... He had the sttiches on one finger out and the skin graft on the other is taking. He is going to work on Monday - days only and office work - ie not heavy machinery! He is however, taking up the living room floor at the moment - carefully and with a padded finger. He was due to start this the day after he hurt his hand so we are livng cramped up in the dining room. Its okay. I was giving it until the week before Crhistmas to move all the furniture back ...!

Just one thing after another, eh?

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Posted: 22/11/2014 at 12:23

Enjoy the parkruns - nice morning for it. I walked to local shops to get boots resoled and heeled - pretty warm - much more so than expected. Also bought a Christmas cactus - our old ones have all disappeared (ie withered and died). Got a shock when the toy dog on the counter got up - it was a chihuahua! I'd only seen it out of the corner of my eye and assumed it was an ornament or soemthing!!!

yesterday, decdied Mr P and I would have tea out in Liverpool - we have done the last 2 Fridays as we have been there for other things. So he went over earlier, I was going to go to the uni library then meet him. I just missed a bus, so walked down the road to where there are 2 bus routes so they are every 10 minutes. After 40 minutes, I gave up, got a bus to the station and met him 20 mintues late. I didn't go to the library ... There was some sort of problem in the tunnel, so I assume they decided not to send buses.

We did however buy theatre tickets and knitting needles before having a good meal - with a vodka martini which made me feel better.

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