Clarington


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Hello Forkers ... July Edition

Posted: 12/07/2017 at 12:13

Ooh pre biotic I think Raisin! I remember thinking draft it wasn't the yoghurt stuff.


Raisin re work: I have high standards and expect nothing less (you know - over simple stuff like having enough electricity that you don't need to PEE IN THE DARK)

Hello Forkers ... July Edition

Posted: 12/07/2017 at 11:55
Dovefromabove says:

Friends on the Wildfood board also had a sleepless night... one of them posted this " but did anybody else see the article about eating 2 kiwi fruit an hour before bed ? . They are apparently rich in the chemicals that induce sleep (melatonin/serotonin ???) This was research carried out in Japan"



Worth trying ... 


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 That Doctor chap Mosley ? Did a programme on it and had a few ideas about sleep tested.


I thought his test subject had 4 kiwi fruit at night.


There were other ideas but I can only remember a hot bath followed by cold bedroom.


GUESS WHO HAS TO FORCE SHUT THE OFFICE DOWN AGAIN.


This is getting silly now.

Hello Forkers ... July Edition

Posted: 11/07/2017 at 07:24

Morning all; Pat keep the fluids up! 


Hosta: Funny you say about the light. I realised last night I was getting more aware if the outside light when it comes on now. I guess winter would explain it. Hopefully we've a little way to go yet although today the rain will fall all around us (good job too really; my lawn is most in need of it).


There's something definately wrong with my ear but I'll get into the office today to sort my team out and then hopefully get a doctors appointment. My concern is it's my hearing aid ear so if my brain leaks out of that side we're going to be in a right mess.


Have a good day everyone!


Go gentle Dove! No need to be wonder woman now your toes are once again exposed.

Hello Forkers ... July Edition

Posted: 10/07/2017 at 22:29

sweet dreams Dove!

Hello Forkers ... July Edition

Posted: 10/07/2017 at 20:56

Well.... that's my hearing gone.


I am remembering now how horrid it felt when I had ear infections as a child. Thank goodness as a grown up I can at least miss the horrid pink medicine that taster of sweetness and sugar and ick.


Still; all the work I need to do can be done from home.

Are My vegetables still edible

Posted: 10/07/2017 at 20:52

Rinse them well and make sure they taste okay.


If they don't taste good; I.e. feel like they've a plastic type coating of rudeness disguard them.


Others... enjoy your hard work!

Hello Forkers ... July Edition

Posted: 10/07/2017 at 18:15

Afternoon all; we've had a lovely day out in Newark. I'd post photos but I don't think they're working right now. Visited the air museum which always fascinates me and then mooched around the town.


Lily; glad you've gotten your eye looked at by someone who has their own eyes open. I had issues with my eye; too graphic for a pre water shed, and the treatment I got was great but when the scar tissue weirdly opened up again (a weird thing that would only happen to me) I was nearest a different hospital and they were completely different. It meant recovery was even longer and more painful than the first time round.


Hosta; tenants are hard work. It is so easy to see what they want to portray and not realise that below the surface they are in their own world; trust me on this. Not only is my dad a landlord but I always thought I was a good judge of charector and this morning I had to withhold a bacon butty to force my future husband into making a decision. 


Looks like tomorrow is going to be try to call the doctors day. My left ear has been aching a lot recently. Worsened when I use my hearing aid. Well now it's that horrid swallowing ear wax and pain needing medication, and feeling off water / moist / goo / something amiss type BLEUGH.


Maybe the scouts shouting tonight will blast it through.

Hello Forkers ... July Edition

Posted: 10/07/2017 at 07:46

DD that sounds brilliant! Do be sure to make time for yourself... a goid supply of clean pants is essential to a happy life.


Today my partner is off work, as am I. He wants to go out but seemingly refuses to decide where. It's going to be a long day!

Plants to pot in a little wheelbarrow?

Posted: 09/07/2017 at 18:17

Cheers muddle up! I always try and post to say I have to save others wasting their valuable time on these nut fudgets.

Plants to pot in a little wheelbarrow?

Posted: 09/07/2017 at 18:13

The above nut fudget pister has been reported for violation of forum rules.

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