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Posted: Today at 08:14


Well Podds, you had the whole of yesterday to enjoy the fruits of your labour so man up 

Loving the WAISTer logo suggestions although I'm trying to uncross my eyes from the image of a gerbil rampant! Thank you for such an insight into life behind closed doors chez noggs 

I'm thoroughly enjoying the cooler weather but sadly it has spoiled your alfresco lunches, sluggy. I'll see what I can do to fix it.

Well done Daffy sis  

((((((Chuggy)))) hope you're busy entertaining and not absent cos you're suffering. 

Enjoy your trip to Ambrosia land, m....eldy. The 2 Lancaster's and Vulcan are parked up at sarfend airport for a few days as their base to attend airshows.

Waist well  


working at it slowly

Posted: Yesterday at 11:28

Love the idea of the boozy cake at AA, Daffy 

((((Podds))) the exams would be a disaster without your efforts to keep it running smoothly and even ensuring the kids turn up at the right time and place 

DL, I reckon FC 2 will want to stay. Guess that's what worries you!

Glad the ITB is behaving Onesie 

I have plodded 5 miles and finished it with 5 up and down the hill. Quite enjoyed it 

Miniyums no 1 did OK in his GCSEs. I shall spare you the details 5 Cs and 6Bs in  physics, chemistry, biology, English lang, English lit, Spanish, geography, maths, RE and ICT. Only D was in physical education and none of us care about that! A celebratory lunch is in order 


working at it slowly

Posted: 20/08/2014 at 10:37


Wow noggs, that looks fab. Almost worth getting married 

Sluggy, regarding DL being a teen. You took the words right out of my mouth Has Slugmummy considered the cinnamon trust. They have short term fosters and dog walkers for the elderly who can't walk their dogs or who neef to go into hospital.  http://www.cinnamon.org.uk/volunteers/

Ouchee ((((((chuggy))))  that's nasty Hope you can enjoy your friends visit soon. Its not the couple who eat for England is it?


*waves to coco* 

Good luck with the ride London ballot, sue n Podds. I haven't felt the urge to enter yet!

Onesie, baking you say ? Feel free to indulge your whims 

Did I mention I am off until 1 sept  Larry n me have a plan but I shall let her tell you about it 


working at it slowly

Posted: 17/08/2014 at 14:54

Brill race report Cheesy. Disappointing for you to have the DNF but a superb achievement none the less and plenty of positives, especially that you broke your 50 mile record and you're feeling good today

working at it slowly

Posted: 17/08/2014 at 14:21

Four days without tinternet, FP? How did you function? Tight glute you say... *warms hands* I'm not an expert but am guessing your tight glute and achey hip are related. What you need is someone's elbow in your cheek 

Onesie wise decision on the leg.

Blimey, you're like an old bat out of hell, M....eldy. Hope work keeps you entertained.

Oh dear, its started raining. Best not risk painting the porch now. Best play safe and watch the afferletics instead 

working at it slowly

Posted: 17/08/2014 at 11:24

(((Podds))) did one of the dogs and Mr p gang up on you?

Woo hoo, tubster and Megs Your performance sounds great fun and just missing out on third place was none too shabby either  

Looking forward to hearing about your wedding, Noggy.I'm sure you made a fabulous Matron of honour. 

Enjoy your holibobs, mandax  

My plans to paint the porch were scuppered when I realised there was insufficient paint and the shop wasnt open yet. I had to bit the bullet and go for a run. 7 miles 10.10 average pace. Happy with that  

working at it slowly

Posted: 17/08/2014 at 06:58


Fancy laughing at the GPO ! Poor, sweet little fluffy wuffy  thing.

Noo shooosies, daffy. Do tell 

Showing your age if you remember Brentford nylons, sluggy. I do too. I had nylon bedsheets n Jim jams in the seventies. Every time I rolled over it was like the auroa Borealis. Evil stuff. Least Bournemouth had the decency to win in honour of emess's visit 

I lost track of cheesy at 51 miles. Do we know what happened after that? Most excellent run young Cheesypuff 

Glad ma is n law didn't try to poison you, Onesie.  


working at it slowly

Posted: 16/08/2014 at 13:12

Sorry, missed you there, sluggy. Who are Bournemouth playing this arvo? We are playing Stevenage (who )


working at it slowly

Posted: 16/08/2014 at 13:01

Compliment on your bottom, farfar ? But I was only muttering under my breath Great plodding too  

Oh dear Onesie, I don't envy your trip to MiL! I've made some very yummy lentil and chick pea soup I'll send you a Thermos As for the ITB if it doesn't hurt, its OK to run but if it starts to hurt during your run its sensible to stop or run/ walk if that helps




working at it slowly

Posted: 16/08/2014 at 10:54

Daffy, I'm going past the bakers in a mo so I'll get the Chelsea bun. I don't have any posh granola but can make some Bircher and scatter in some choklit drops I have?

Cheesy's tracker is cool. It shows average minds mailing, where he is on the map and how many miles he has covered 

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