Sunshine Snaily

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Posted: 19/08/2014 at 22:55
Crazy Daffs!

Toof ache is horrible. Ice is supposed to be a relief but I'm not so sure.

You'll need your jumper down here too Meldy. Not sure how close you are but it's Dawlish Air Show on Saturday should be good. RAF army and the red arrows are doing shows.

Nope chez snaily is not a happy place for me at the moment, but it's only me that can do something about it!
Right bed ready for hump day

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Posted: 19/08/2014 at 18:12

Feck off Spence!!! 

my 2 week hols will result in about 10lb gain!!!


Sluggy, in our area there are always adverts for dog walkers, that might be an option for her too??

It would be good if family moved down, well apart from my mother (which isnt on the cards) because after this weekend our relationship has taken a turn for the worst.  I'll always be there for her, but unless she pulls her head out of the sand and smells the coffee (or whatever the saying is!) there is nothing i can do to help her with her mobility and her situation with my sister.  So end of that issue!

I'm getting myself in a right tizz with my home life, this weekend has trigger everything off for me again regarding OH.  I'm feeling very lonely because I cant talk to him (my own fault) as I know what I want to say but just cant do it.  Flippin going round in circles. 

Anyway better get off home, Nan will think I've left the country!

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Posted: 19/08/2014 at 10:21

I love Church Stretton too.

Daffs, 17 miles, you goooooooo girl.

dress as a teenager, big perm, neon clothes and denim shorts (sounds a bit like now!!!)

I dont know whether I told you, I got inked last week (I know there are various opinions about this) but its something Ive been wanting for ages but OH put me off.  It was a redesign of a Tat that I had aged 16 (20yrs ago!) after a drunken weekend in blackpool.  Its been made prettier and more girly.  OH hates it, quite frankly I dont give a feck, I love it!!!  I did forget how painful they were and how much you have to care for them afterwards!

I've sent nan out on her mobility scooter today to get shopping, she went out all day yesterday on it.  She loves it!!!  Her and Snaunty are thinking of moving down.  Snaunty daughter (20yr old) is coming this weekend because the big decision is on whether she wants to move. She still lives at home with Snaunty and they have a close relationship. 

Right better get cracking with this work stuff!


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Posted: 18/08/2014 at 20:43


well I've read back, lots going on.  But mostly, cheesy, sorry you had a DNF, but it was for the best, you broke your target of 50 miles, and you have learnt some valuable info.  Next time you'll smash it

I cant remember much else apart from I cant wait to see DL on CDWM!!!

Not been in much, stuff going on.  No running either, but lots of strength work.  Nan is down for the week, rest of the family are coming for the bank holiday.  So I have a full house, I'll probably be in the pub!!!


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Posted: 06/08/2014 at 20:50

poor DG, lots of TLC for him

Coco, I often suffer with bouts of CBA.  how I tend to deal with them is morning exercise.  When the alarm goes of, don't think about things just get up out of bed and splash water on my face, then head straight to the gym or change for running.  no thinking about it, just do it.  Its when I stop and think about doing exercise that I start to convince myself not to do it.

Don't think, just do it.

DL - hope everything goes ok.  and from my experience with teenage girls, its not just that everything is BORING, everything is also a DRAMA too!!!  good luck!!!

had a nice day out today, we have recruited some overseas nurses, and one needed an NI number so we had a trip to Plymouth Job Centre, god they are weird, followed by coffee and a bit of shopping.  All very nice, and she is a really nice person.  She's come over from Italy on her own so I'm taking her out for a cream tea at the weekend too    

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Posted: 04/08/2014 at 21:00

sounds like a fun guy!!!  Think i'll give it a miss.

Coco - my neighbour comes from SA, she's always telling me what its like over there, sounds pretty scary unless you have money.  She said she would never go back particularly now she has kids.  Beautiful place to visit though, she's asked me to go along when she next goes over, obviously will be great to have my own tour guide!!! 


So I'm sitting and writing my appraisal that I had in the pub, with my boss, back in December.  I have trouble remembering what happened last week, never mind in December!!!


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Posted: 04/08/2014 at 18:11

Who the hec is Leonard Cohen????

coco - if MiL is happy then thats all that counts.  And how do I get a trip to Jo'burg paid on the NHS?????  I dont even get a free coffee on any in house training!

Wonder how DG is?

My plod pal posted a pic on FB, I'm so tempted to try a run, I'm missing out on all the great weather.  Still cant walk down stairs properly though.  Dam and blast.  I'm worried I'll do more damage or end up in plaster on my holidays, but (and I never would have thought I'd say this) I'm missing my morning runs so much.

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Posted: 04/08/2014 at 11:35


Good luck DL, you are gonna need it!!!!  I'm sure you'll bring some calmness to FC2, along with some crazyness.  How is blurr coping with all the comings and goings?

Hope the training going well Chuggs.  We were lucky with Max, he came fully trained!!!

Mathschick, the kids are on holiday = no cleaning for 6 weeks, whats the point!!!

I had weekend painting too, the garden is looking fab now.  I didnt enjoy it though, but this weekend I can relax!!!   But before then 5 days of work stress - joy!

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Posted: 02/08/2014 at 12:51
Podds you've prob made the right decision, a few more days rest without excitement will do owned for the DG

DL get in amazon and stock up with 1D music, nail polish, glo bands and hairspray!!!

Oh noggs what a shame for Amelia, how bloody spiteful.

I've exercised, cleaned and now need to shop. Such fun

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Posted: 30/07/2014 at 13:56

{taps fingers}

I do the DL kettle work out everyday with 5 reps!

gosh Cheesey you asked me a soul searching question "when do I feel like myself" apart from on here where I feel safe, it only with my Snaunty and friends that I can let my hair down and be myself.  How very sad.  

Coco - I see your point about being on my own, yes I do enjoy it but would I enjoy it all the time?  I often go and sit on my own in the house.  I dont know.   Its a confusing state I'm in.

Anyway, work is piling up, better do some of it!


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