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Pudsey and Fairygirl's Charity Walk

Posted: 16/10/2015 at 19:59

Thanks RB. It's terrific how much support I've had - can't thank everyone enough 

Missed the little fella on my jaunt this afternoon  


Posted: 16/10/2015 at 19:56

Evening all. Trying to have a quick catch up before I go and collect oldest fairylet from work.

DD- you're probably 'not here' just now but hope all is well and hubby will be improving every day now. Been there and know what it's like, so will be thinking of you if you don't manage to pop in here. Look after yourself and Charlie too - that's important 

Does that mean I have to change my name too? I used my real name...

Dove - don't worry -  I almost PMd you to say it hadn't arrived because you'd said you'd posted it, but I know what the post is like! 

Got yours today lily - and thank you for the card too  Thanks to all who sent little cards with kind messages. You lot are just tremendous  

I went a walk today after work - the weather was so fantastic. Up at the Rest and Be Thankful. Had tremendous views. It's a  Corbet next to one I did a few weeks ago when the weather was poor, so it made up for it today. 

...and now I'm back - rested and thankful! 

Hosta and Lyns day out

Posted: 16/10/2015 at 08:18

Gauntlet/wolly mitten -  love it 


Posted: 16/10/2015 at 08:17

It's Friday Panda - one week more to go ...

I'm off to salt mine now too.

See you all later if I don't go for a walk - assuming the fog goes  

Have a great day everyone 


Posted: 16/10/2015 at 08:09

This is my last comment on the subject - why am I spending time and money cat proofing my garden. The cat owners should be cat proofing theirs so they don't get into other people's.


..and the carpet gripper rod works a treat.

eleagnus x ebbingei cut back to boundary.

Posted: 16/10/2015 at 08:05
Hostafan1 wrote (see)

he's talking bollocks



That's what I was going to say but I was too polite 

I'd agree with Hosta - technically, the neighbour has to prove you've done something illegal, not you proving otherwise. I'd still have all the info gathered and a lawyer ready to send a letter. Don't let them bully you. Some people can just be vile.


Posted: 16/10/2015 at 07:59

You're very cheeky Verd. I may have to take you with me next time....

Not carrying you in the ruckie though 

Hey - it's witches that have broomsticks    I only have fluttery wings....and I left them at home 

fidget - how unkind of your sister. Families eh? What a horrible experience for you at  the hospital. A lack of common sense sometimes - but  they don't seem to realise the impact  

Thankfully - he's here to tell the tale and have his lovely day and minimoon  with you  

Pudsey and Fairygirl's Charity Walk

Posted: 16/10/2015 at 07:55

Glad you're enjoying it. The hyperlink ( don't ask me, I ain't gotta clue  ) wasn't working last night so we thought we weren't going to get it to work, but it happened eventually. Must have been my wand 

Lesley - that dipper is one of my favourite pix I've ever taken. I had to zoom, but I was fairly close. He/she was having a lovely time. There was a girl coming towards me on the footpath and another woman on the other side of the burn, heading up the hill, and I was hoping he wouldn't fly off as they got closer!

The reservoirs were very low - never seen them like that. Just shows how little rain you get over there compared to here on the dark side....


Posted: 16/10/2015 at 07:48

Morning all. I'd like to be able to see the thermometer this morning Lesley - a right fug here! You have one of those Scottish ones - they like to trick you into thinking it's warm. Hope I don't have to scrape the windscreen this morning - bit of a shock yesterday when I put the wipers on to clear the 'condensation'....

Steve - now I remember why we miss you! I think, in Hosta's case, it was being used to cook sausages  

Have a grand day out Dove 

More cheques received yesterday - thanks to all. The total so far is about £240, about £165 is from forumites   Glad you're enjoying our 'wee daun'er'  on the slideshow 

eleagnus x ebbingei cut back to boundary.

Posted: 15/10/2015 at 22:28

I don't think my comment's printable here Mark! 

If the neighbour expects you to stump up, I think he's p***ing in the wind. Take that info to the lawyer as well ! 

God loves a trier 

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