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What passes you by?

Posted: 27/12/2015 at 08:46

I agree with Aster - coffee strong and black is the way to go - or the occasional espresso macchiato when you feel the need to increase your calcium intake

Lattes, cappuchinos, syrups etc?   

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 27/12/2015 at 07:57

Good morning Verdun - it's been tipping it down here for the past couple of hours at least    Any news on the new family member yet?

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 27/12/2015 at 07:41

Good morning all  G'day Pat

My thoughts and warm wishes go out to all who have troubles and worries  ((hugs))

I have been so fortunate with my back - when in my late 20s I first appeared to be developing 'the family back' responsible for many operations and incapacity in my family, my GP got me  an appointment with Gregory Grieve, a manipulative physiotherapist, who had recently moved into the neighbouring small town.  My GP said that he had an amazing reputation and that he was thrilled he'd moved into our area.  A course of treatment with him, including instruction on what to do at the first sign of trouble, and another course a few years later, and my back has been virtually trouble free ever since - it wasn't until his death that I realised just how lucky I was that my GP knew of him and got me the appointment http://www.bodyworkmovementtherapies.com/article/S1360-8592(02)90296-2/pdf .

It's only when I've disregarded his instructions that I've had twinges and even then, following the advice he gave years ago has sorted things out.

If you have a back problem I'd recommend seeking out a qualified Manipulative Physiotherapist.

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 26/12/2015 at 13:42

Buttercupdays and Little-ann ((hugs))  what difficult times you're both living through - thank goodness for good neighbours when times are tough

Christmas Present Fail

Posted: 26/12/2015 at 12:22

Very exciting Verdun

As a family we've reined back on amounts spent - the youngsters can't afford a lot, neither can the pensioners, and there's no reason why the in-betweeners should spend more than everyone else. 

And my logical mind feels that if larger sums of money are to be spent, then it should be spent by the people who want the items, so they can make sure they get exactly what they want. 

Christmas Present Fail

Posted: 26/12/2015 at 11:21

I remember an aunt phoning to explain that my teenaged cousin had taken a tumble from her horse and needed to have a nose op ...... oh yeah?  Very convenient that 

Her brother doesn't recall anything about said tumble but remembers his sister's nose op ................ the thing is, if said aunt hadn't felt the need to phone around the family and explain we'd probably never have noticed J's nose ......... but now, every time we see her, even 45 years later ................

Christmas Present Fail

Posted: 26/12/2015 at 11:16

Frankie, even back in the days when I was nearly as slim as Wonky is now, my 33" inside leg measurement precluded a need for 'petite'

And there is no way that Wonky has her Nana's bum ...... and she doesn't have mine either

Christmas Present Fail

Posted: 26/12/2015 at 11:01

Wonky will remember the royal blue ribbed 'petite' tights I was given by a member of the 'ex inlaws', the quarter-used bottle of aftershave given to her brother by the widow of the man who received it from said brother the previous year , and the already coloured in colouring book that she received from the same person when she was a child

Christmas Present Fail

Posted: 26/12/2015 at 10:26

Frankie, hints are no good .......... you have to ISSUE INSTRUCTIONS!!!   

My lot have been trained over the years - vouchers are the way to go - I have received National Gardening Vouchers and some of those rectangular printed ones with a picture of the Queen on the front with a note that these are also 'Gardening Vouchers' and I have also received a beautifully drawn voucher stating that I can cash it in for a specified number of hours of labour from my Under Gardener

Another family member knows that I always welcome Amaryllis bulbs and has supplied accordingly

 

 

Downton vs Eastenders

Posted: 26/12/2015 at 10:03

The Titchfield Thunderbolt last night

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