Posted: 10/01/2016 at 14:13
Any sign of Harry? Hopefully he's just bruefly forgotten where he lives.
And hoorah for Mick glad he's feeling chipper again
(((((Spence)))) its hormonal so no rhyme or reason for your mood. It is what it is so don't feel guilty.
Wow, mandax. That's a lorra lorra miles.
Sue, the community thing with the Sudanese sounds great. It's exactly the thing migrants and the existing community needs to make everyone feel included and to break down barriers. I agree that the conditions local to you sound awful and its not right. What I find interesting is the perception whether accurate or not, is that we appear to make it hard for genuine refugees and professionals to come here but foreign criminals don't seem to find it hard. Sending home those who break our laws seems difficult too.
Podds, your journey to swimbling sounds challenging. A sensible idea to come back another way.
Daffy, how lovely to be made sdo welcome by your new colleagues. I'm sure you're a breath of fresh air
Visited olds yesterday. Dad has even given up getting the paper from the shop literally across the road. He just potters round the house now. He's been offered immunotherapy but side effects similar to chemo so he's very anti. It's quality of life v quantity and at the moment I'm not sure he has either. Whether his symptoms are entirely physical I'm not sure.
And..I had my bike checked by my usual shop. He thinks the frame is twisted. Even if Irepair the buckled wheels, hydraulic brakes etc, I'm looking at over £250. And I'd have to accept the frame isn't right. Bike was £650 brand new in April 2015. It was immaculate before it came off the bike carrier. So, moral dilemma, what should I do? It was friends car and friends bike rack. I helped lift it on but she tied the straps. The straps didn't untie, they snapped. Logic tells me I should claim off her car insurance for a replacement bike. However, I don't know whether her insurance will cover it. I really don't want to claim on my household policy as I claimed on it and got this bike when mine were stolen. Friend did say she would pay for any damage but we both thought it largely cosmetic. If a new bike isn't an option, should I accept that I took the risk and pay the repair charges myself? I hate to ask her but its a lot of money.
On a more upbeat note, Bird adopted another greyhound. She said it was my fault for taking her to the NYD greyhound walk. Clyde is 6 and the absolute spit of Cushtie other than he's a boy. Turns out cushtie's dad is Clyde's great grandad. Her other dog, Joe has the same dad as cush.