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Posted: 23/03/2013 at 11:47

Geoff, what have you done to deserve all this attention?

Have made a start on paperwork. Been shredding stuff. Need to clear bed nxt so I can really sort out that box!! Then will need to file lots away, but then the files could do with a sort out too.......

So am having part of lunch early, well breakfast was long time ago, then more painkillers even though feel ok. Know that if I dont continue with them will not feel ok!.

Snow's melting, but maybe we'll get some more? J.

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Posted: 23/03/2013 at 10:19

I'm still here Bunny.....

No really will go & make a start now.

Oh no, yet another parcel for OH. He's discovered e-bay shopping. J.

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Posted: 23/03/2013 at 10:11

Ironing done, she says looking for something to do not involving that paerwork sort out.....

OH just phoned. Thick snow falling now there & from early on he said- NEast Derbyshire. He made it down to town, where market a bit thin & cheese shop lady said t'was just as quick to walk in as drive.

Right, am going upstairs to make a start...... J.

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Posted: 23/03/2013 at 08:04

Glyn, it's supposed to not snow tomorrow???? So providing they get the roads sorted today, it might be a possibility to get down there. Trouble is the Staff hills & SMidlands en route.....

Have been reading the paper on-line. Not half as good as actually curlingup on sofa/floor with it. This is not getting any paperwork done....

Derek- hope you enjoy your retirement. J.

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Posted: 23/03/2013 at 06:43

Morning Gary & Glyn. I was also wide awake early, but then I did go to bed early last night.

Some snow here, not much, sort of sticking, but cf you 2 a bit pathetic. Grew up NWorcs/Black country border on a N facing hill, so snow in any winter was/is the norm. Become a wimp nowadays.

Squirrel on niger feeder, but birds not arrived yet. Lots of singing this morning, despite the weather.

Paperwork awaits here too- no excuse not to finally sort it out. J.

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Posted: 22/03/2013 at 18:02

Aww, poor Caz. Hot honey & lemon drink?

Have just had a baked potato, with low fat creme fraiche, stirfried kale & garlic, a sweetpotato & bean 'bake' courtesy of Morrisons. All yummy. I could probably make the 'bake' myself, but once in a while...... there's another in the packet too. No room for a pud, but just got my last coffee of the day & have taken the first batch of painkillers.....

Going to 'flop' now. Site going s l o w for me as well. J.

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Posted: 22/03/2013 at 17:08

Now what? twice, oh I give up....

Off to kitchen.

Sorry forgot Caz hope you feel better soon. J.

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Posted: 22/03/2013 at 17:07
Caz W wrote (see)

Glad we have professional medics on hand   So, Man Booker Prize for Gary then

Congratulations  

Caz W wrote (see)

Glad we have professional medics on hand   So, Man Booker Prize for Gary then

Congratulations  

Who's the medic? Bunny just said she worked there, I think????

Thxs Bjay for blueberry advice in pots- just what was going to ask Geoff. I adore them & thought I'd try.

Have managed to lick my fingers after chopping garlic- twit! Off to stirfry some kale with it next, when beeper tells me...... J.

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Posted: 22/03/2013 at 15:48
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Oh Jo. Hope it's not too bad, what day do you go? We will all be thinking of you

Large mug of tea by my side, now what shall i do?? Bored!!

Need activity

No BJay, she'll phone me at home between certain times. Works quite well, saves petrol & sitting waiting etc. Anybody can ask for a phone consultation with their GP, but it's not widely known.

Very windy out there now, wet, no snow. Had my coffee quota for the now, will allow myself 1 small cup later. Watching Lovejoy now, again...... J.

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Posted: 22/03/2013 at 15:06
sotongeoff wrote (see)

Could be the boiler-man banging on the door wanting to come in

Ha b****y ha, not!!

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