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Hurray, thank you Dove, this is what I've been wanting to do for ages and didn't have the courage. It should be so much simpler and we can continue the threads of conversation.
Not sure how long it will take me to get used to all this radical change... well here goes, as long as ALL my friends join in... now I'm logged in . there's no escape...
Glad you approve BL - think the time is right
I've just got slightly tetchy with the students who want to design a 'gardening cart'
Saw you were in Southwold Dove. I'm sure I've said before that my grandparents retired there and we used to go there on holiday. They were on South Green opposite Gun Hill.
In fact, it was Constitution Hill.
That's the 'most desirable' bit - properties there fetch a fortune and a half nowadays!
Good evening everyone, not posted on 'Forkers' threads before but I'll try and keep up
Hello MsBeehaven, you don't have to keep up with everything, you'll get muddled!Pick out the bits that you like. Sometimes it's quite calm and other times there are so many exchanges you don't know if you're coming or going!
Hello all. Just sitting in my bed wishing I glad a piece of cake to go with cough medicine! That's me locked in too (except that I never get any email notifications).
See you all soon
MsB, don't try to keep up Just go with the flow.
What a load of rubbish there is on TV. Just watched the prog about the Yorkshire School. My goodness, how things have changed since my day and, from what I saw, not for the best. What's happened to respect?
time for bed... early dentist tomorrow, then shift in shop. Youngest great niece driving over to see me in the evening and she's only 6 months old... but then, I'm only 27 ... night, night....
Bragging again Woody. My new granddaughter is into partying all night, much to the distress of her parents. Night.
This is what the sea was like when I walked along the prom this afternoon
Just watched new truckers programme, set in Nottingham. They must have filmed the slab square scene at 6 in the morning. It can take an hour at peak time to do 8 miles from the m1 to the centre of Nottingham. Hence why I went to Leicester to do the shopping today. It's quicker.
Wow, I only ever saw it in summer. We used to play hitting balls on elastic on the prom, can't remember the name of the game.
I kept thinking atari but I think it was called jokari. A bat with the ball attached by elastic.
Not the calmest of days then! Its just suddenly changed.
Work again tomorrow yuk!
Wheres fairygirl and Verdun?