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The Fens, a little snow last night, followed by a chilly day, but not unbearable. Am v. proud that I bled the rads today without having to call a plumber
We actually had a little bit of sun this afternoon, I pruned a climbing rose - have I said that already or was that Fork Handles? Were watching lovely penguins on TV, picture broke up, snow on satellite dish. Not forecast, all is white again.
Now Ladies, anything but ndancing around the room more laid up with cold and kidney infection, painful although easing back now.Listen up.Click on your own name a box comes up and on the left click on Messages.Again on the left click on compose messageTop of the compose message they ask for the name of who you wish to write to "Palaisglide" then subject such as MELF (middle east land forces)Write message in box provided then go to the bottom and send.GW will send an e-mail to the person you wish to speak to, only the two in contact can see those messages and you wait for a reply again you will be told a message is waiting, some have gone on to e-mail from there as easier.
Frank dragging himself off to bed, moan.
I'll try & find time tomorrow for a "play"
I hope tomorrow finds you on the upward path & leaping around like a spring lamb!!
Well, perhaps not leaping.........yet!!
Frank, many thanks for that and I am so sorry that you are laid up - take care of yourself, please.
Shall give the message thingy a try perhaps later today as have quite a busy one ahead hence the very early start
Jeannie "Spring Lamb" if you put me in a stew pot it would take at least eight hours to a succulent mouthful, think hedge back old ram.Feeling less ache today though still chesty.Stockton weather not helping, dark and miserable makes it sound better than it is, "oh well" we know in this neck of the woods never plan anything for February?See both of you later, "err" maybe???
Hi Frank I htink I have your virus. I just ache everwhere
Today we can see the hills. They have quite a lot snow on them and very alpine.
3 years we first saw this house on just such a day n February. I would post a pcture but th camera is not up to it.
Rose, they say treat it and it takes seven days dont treat it and it takes seven days so sit back keep warm and let the time pass.Stockton we cannot see the kills, it is slightly warmer, two days to go then for me and staying in no hardship.
The Fens; went to Norwich today, it was very very cold.
12 inches of snow here and still coming down, at 425 meters. No go in the garden, except to feed and feed and feed the birds!
Since Sunday, been expecting snow here, but the skies have stayed clear. It was cold this morning and cloudy but it's stayed fine all day.
Going up to Aberdeen this weekend. It's been snowing up there but not sure how heavy. Can't decide whether to go on the train or overnight coach. Don't fancy the coach if the roads are going to be bad but a couple of years ago when I went on the train in winter, there were delays at Edinburgh coming home due to snow in the South, would you believe it
Bright & sunny morning, spent several hours outside, but wind very cold.
Snow forecast tomorrow turning to rain, but I'm at the dentist.
Zoomer - I would think that the roads will be alright - generally it's due to warm up, up here over the next few days.
Sorry to hear about the snow elsewhere....so far quite a nice day here in Cambridge
Enjoy your day whatever you are doing