Sunshine Snaily

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Posted: 22/01/2015 at 13:10


Another trip to the vets, TT is quiet but seems to be ok, he scoffed his food this morning.  Vet has given him anti'bs for the next week, 2 per day.  Oh that will  be fun trying to get them down his neck!

Washer is a Hoover!

coco- that seems a good plan on the healthy living.  Eveything in moderation (I dont live to this rule, but I wish I could!)


Today I have my first paid for solicitor appointment, everything is about to kick off again, but for the last couple of months I've had my head in the sand about sorting out the finances and stuff.  Finally pulled my head out, dusted off the sand and ready to start fighting.  The abuse has already started as i did give him a heads up I was seeing the solicitor today to start proceedings.  I'm not sure I'm going to last the full month of dry january at this rate!

working at it slowly

Posted: 21/01/2015 at 18:27
Yea I remeber you told me the tuna trick. The house currently stinks of salmon!!!

Go for the highest spin that's the most important as your clothes will dry quicker. Mine is a 9kg which is a massive drum for one person really, and 1400 spin and I can really tell the difference from my old 1200 spin. It has a 30min quick wash which I use for my running gear.
Try AO online, and currys. They seem to have the best deals, and if you have quidco you can cash back on curry purchases

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Posted: 21/01/2015 at 17:55
I need to lose 2 stone. Can't afford SW at the moment, but know the principles, keep a food diary and weigh in at the fat club at work. But like Daffs though, after all these year I thought I'd be better at controlling my food, but I'm a yoyo dieter.

Collected TT he seems better, in fact the vet said they couldn't clean the bloody off his leg from where the drop was because "TT wouldn't let us get near him"! That my boy!!! Lol
He's eaten a few biscuits and some salmon (ive ran out of tuna!) got to go back tomorrow for a check up. My purse is now ??90 lighter!

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Posted: 21/01/2015 at 12:38

Just dashing through.

Tried the tuna trick, but TT not interested.  Took a turn for the worst last night, wouldnt move, everytime I touched his belly he would growl and breathing was very rapid. Dash to vets this morning, he's on a drip and anti'bs.  Temp is very high they think he has a kidney infection.  He is prone to them, last time I nearly lost him because he was so dehydrated his kidneys were in early failure.  This time I've hopefully acted quicker realising the signs. 

I've got to pick him up tonight.

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Posted: 20/01/2015 at 19:06
Lol Meldy.

Tubs good advice from Meldy, do something you enjoy, there will be plenty of time to worry closer too!!!

I have a poorly cat. Didn't go out last night, not eaten this morning, in fact he's hardly moved from the bed, there is evidence of a little poo in the litter, still not interested in food. He hiding on the bed. If he doesn't eat today it'll be a dash to the vets tomorrow. This is how it started with the kidney failure last time. So fingers crossed its nothing more than a hard-to-digest mouse and he'll be ok tomorrow.

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Posted: 20/01/2015 at 07:04
Jeez it's cold out there this morning. But 5k done. Now have to try to get in a hot shower with my painful chilly skin!!!!

Must have been cold all night, TT refused to go out!!!

Happy Tuesday everyone

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Posted: 19/01/2015 at 18:11
Those pesky leaves Chuggy

Home, PJs on, fleece on, heating cranked up, I am not moving off the sofa. For the first time living darn souf, I'm flippin freezing.

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Posted: 19/01/2015 at 10:07

Happy mondays

NR - I used a foam roller on my quads, I got the technique from You Tube searched for Foam Roller and it got loads of hits. 

Enjoy your restful meetings Coco.

This morning I did 5.5k in 41mins on my r/w app.  when I finished my app said "well done you are half way to your 5k"  Oops!  Oh well good to be so far ahead I suppose.   It was an eventful run, pavements were a little slippy, then a bloke was walking this HUGE dog, as I ran past the dog tried to go for me and the owner was struggling to keep control, got back and knotted my legging cord and I was bursting for a wee, slipped in the shower when I was cleaning it, only saving myself by hanging on the soap tray which is now in half.

Anyway, I'll try not to destroy anything at work.


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Posted: 18/01/2015 at 20:30
Great pics on FB spence.

Coco I really hope your friend gets well. I've not had any experience of deep depression, I've had low moments and have dealt with them like Cheesy. Doing something I enjoyed. I can see how easy it is to slip in that dark hole tho.

I'm ashamed to admit when ex went through his depressed period I found it really difficult to deal with. So I'm glad she has a supportive hubby.

Brilliant day yesterday with friend and kids walking along the Exeter Quay. There is a new pub which is lovely. I had a hot choc. Today I got dumped by other friend, well not really she asked if I'd like to got to see the penguins. Erm no, the kids love it, but it's bloody freezing. So I cleaned the house, even the windows!!! Sat outside having a coffee and reading. I even managed to dry washing on the line.
Rock and roll!!

Oh and if your looking for a good book: the last days of rabbit Hayes.
This book will stay in my memory for a long time. Very sad subject close to my heart, but it beings humour to the situation. It's fab

Think it's time for a hot choc

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Posted: 17/01/2015 at 12:15


Flippin eck DL, what happened, you trying to escape the cats!  Good luck with those issues to work round.

Podds that made me well up.

Hope you have paracetamol to had dragon.  If not some gin

Spence goes commando (I was going to insert a shocked face, then I realised I wasn't really shocked!!!)

I've done and extra Jantastic run, that's 4 in a week. (insert shocked face!)  Beautiful morning, though I didn't go out until 11 because of a crap night sleep. Very enjoyable, met a few doggies and dodged a few kids on scooters. 


On the doggie front, I'm upset and angry.  I said to ex, see if Ralph can be rehomed with someone who is at home more than me (retired or non workers that kind of thing), but if she couldn't find anyone I would have him for sure.  You know what he said........ she is going to put him in the dogs home, I wouldn't be suitable because how I am now I wouldn't care for him.  I'm so angry.  I've told him if I find out hes at the dogs home I will personally drive up to stoke and get him myself.  And stop trying to have a dig at me and think about that dog.  He sent a few abusive txt but I ignored him.

I'm keeping an eye out on the dogs homes websites, but I really don't think she would do that.


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