FloBear


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Posted: 10/12/2012 at 10:34

I feel I should say that other washing up liquid fairies are available ;- )

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Posted: 10/12/2012 at 10:25

:- D :- D Gary.

 

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Posted: 10/12/2012 at 09:37

Morning forkers all.

I'm going for a choccy crown as Herod has already been guessed.

Lazy start to the day - had better get dressed now. No plans so far, may just do what Gary's doing ;- )

Wishing the poorly ones a speedy recovery.

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Posted: 09/12/2012 at 13:06

Well, well, robin, who'd have thought! Certainly I wouldn't.

Bjay, glad to hear of a better night all round. My three are in utter disgrace as someone, we don't know who, thought a tiny scent-mark on the newly cleaned carpet in the freshly decorated dining room would add to the ambience! I have to admit I shouted, then I cried. Probably a woman thing. I'm in that sort of mood today ;- )

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Posted: 09/12/2012 at 11:36

Hello Forkers.

Slow Flo this mornig. Brain and body only just got into 2nd gear.

In my universe, Geoff. Thieving is a magpie, Christmas bird is goose. Perhaps it's a woman thing. Can't think of anything else myself. Maybe when I get into third gear...

Gary, if I did the lottery I'd be looking at factors and multiples of 12 for starters. It's a good number for investigation esp. with primary age children, I found.

Ooh, Holly Berry, what's our Lilian going to do now? All hell will break loose over Christmas I suppose.

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Posted: 08/12/2012 at 22:34

I loved Willo the Wisp too Jackie Frost. Unfortunately poor Mavis came out legless!

Haven' had sprouts for ages, I've always liked them.

Nice to see lots of people here today. Nighty night to one and all now.

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Posted: 08/12/2012 at 20:54

Christmas cards? Not bought any yet.

Norm,  Love your metal creations and look forward to seeing more.

Jo, your avatar is lovely.

Aggie the chook is on Baytril for her wheezles and was OK when I left for the Christmas parade. We got the bus there to save parking hassles etc. Never again!! Had to wait an hour and a quarter getting colder, tireder and grumpier by the minute at the end of the afternoon to get home again : @

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Posted: 08/12/2012 at 13:16

Sausage sarnies done and dusted here! Off to Christmas Parade this afty - collecting for Save the Children.  Going on the bus - if it comes, which is by no means certain.

Had to take Aggie-chook to vet an hour ago as came home from dog-walk to find she has a bad case of the wheezles. While I was walking up to the surgery she laid an egg so when I opened the box there she was eating egg and covered in the stuff. Made a right mess of the vet's table.

Curious to know what Glyn's 'bacon sad is' is. Is it a clever-clogs computer trying to guess what you mean by any chance? There are three is's in a row back there.

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Posted: 08/12/2012 at 10:23

Morning All.

Scroogie-dahling lovely to see you. You know it all turns out hunkydory for you in the end, don't you?   :- )

Bjay, I know exactly what you mean about unforseen doggy expenses. In the past two years mine have cost me three baby gates and a fence with two gates across the entire back garden.

Birds feeding this morning - goldfinches, bluetits, coal tit, blackbirds, robin - who was trying to get the niger seed out of the tiny holes. I can waste a lot of time watching them.

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Posted: 07/12/2012 at 22:51

You have my sympathies, Bjay. It's so hard to know what's setting them off. Two of mine started last night, I know not why - foxes or other nocturnal wanderers is top guess - but having two weeks of it is dreadful. I had terrible troubles for Pepper's first few weeks and spent at least four nights sleeping on the hall floor near him so he'd settle then invested in a baby gate so he could be right outside the bedroom and see us but not get in. I also got in the habit of having a torch by the bed so if I got up in the night I could see any furry trip-hazards.  I do hope your blind does the trick.

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