Pippi LS


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Posted: Yesterday at 21:20

Walk backwards, Nogs!

Good advice, Snaily - and take care of yourself too!

(((Sluggie))) forgot to mention the car - at least it was just the car ...

Mr P continuing to do well, but says that everything is hard work. The information is that he will be in for about a week or 10 days, but nothing has been said looking that far ahead yet.

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Posted: 19/04/2015 at 17:22

Sounds like from the sublime to the ridiculous in reverse, yums! I hope the morning retreat helped you over the night before ... brawling in the street ... giving Waisters a bad name!

Mr P is now on a ward. It's an amazing place - pretty new, light and airy, with a lovely family room, with a little kitchen area. Years ago we were bunged in a cupboard with a few comfy chairs.

Drat-ford - is what Spence will be saying ...

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Posted: 18/04/2015 at 18:14

Just back from visiting. All went well and I'm told how well he's doing. Most of the tubes are out, just a few monitors, and they want to put him on the ward (he's high dependency now) as soon as there's a bed! He looks well - says he's tired and in some pain though.

((((Snaily)))) ((((( Sluggie)))) ((((tubs)))) ((((Nogs)))) anyone else?

i had a short cyclette this morning ... 

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Posted: 17/04/2015 at 11:11

(((((((Snaily)))))))

trcky times for Waisters atm! (((((((((All of us))))))))))

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Posted: 16/04/2015 at 10:23

Grr ipad sorry!

ive taken Mr P to hospital - pre op this morning, check in this afternoon, op tomorrow ...

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Posted: 16/04/2015 at 10:20

 just been awoken by an "international" phone call .... Grrrr. Didn't even have the good manners to speak to me. And I'm on holiday so want a lie in ...

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Posted: 15/04/2015 at 18:48

We had a bit of a stroll along the prom in fine drizzle. The wind was behind us, but people coming the other way had screwed up faces! It got a bit heavier as we were conveniently by the park with the nice cafe ... and when we came out it had stopped!

Hard to believe there were a fair number of people on the beach ...  decided I miss running as I don't get down there regularly - but I am letting the knee feel totally right before I try anything!

I'm hoping Mr P will change my pedals to flats before he goes in hospital tomorrow, so I can get out without having to relearn cleats - get the feel of a bike back before I go for the scary stuff again (it's been a while)

Pork casserole in - recipe said 1 1/2 hours, so started 1 1/2 hours ago, then I read - add the olives and pepper and put back in for another 30 minutes ...

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Posted: 15/04/2015 at 07:58

 just been awoken by an "international" phone call .... Grrrr. Didn't even have the good manners to speak to me. And I'm on holiday so want a lie in ...

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Posted: 14/04/2015 at 16:21

That's disappointing Sluggie.

Bear up, Nogs! Meldy will bring you an egg custard (you can have mine! bleuch! ) Mr P found his half-knee very painful to begin, but you might remember he was up and walking round Ludlow a week later! Mind you, a half is said to be a quicker recovery, but keep looking forward.

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Posted: 12/04/2015 at 14:14

I was never allowed to hold a monkey cos they made you pay...

happy birthday Tubs!

gale force winds here.

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