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Posted: 20/10/2014 at 18:41
Well that's work done, told you I wasn't a wimp! Tried to get in at docs but gotta phone at 8.30 for callback. Hmmm ill be driving then!
Cheese on toast night for me - but could be tempted to share the lamb chops
Hoping Gonzalo misses Yorkshire as I be forgotten to secure stuff in the garden. Good luck all of you - is it just tomorrow or all week were expecting it to be a bit breezy.
Talking of expecting - congratulations bekkie... seriously well done


Posted: 20/10/2014 at 10:50
Fairy - def NOT going to docs now!!!


Posted: 20/10/2014 at 07:31
Wow, now the sky looks fab!!!


Posted: 20/10/2014 at 07:10
morning all. Enjoy bike ride chicky. Skys not so great here (yet), still very dark. Fingers crossed(well some of themm) that I can work ok today despite black , painful, non bending finger!
Have a good day all.


Posted: 19/10/2014 at 20:30
Ps - its not broken .... I'm not the type to break bones and definately dont have the time for such nonsense!


Posted: 19/10/2014 at 20:29
Evening all. Off to the fridge to get Claris remedy (is it ok to substitute the coder with white wine?). Tried driving earlier and that wasn't so good, handbreaks need left hand middle fingers believe it or not. Work should be interesting! Have now removed nail varnish - which was undamaged!!! Only to find I have an integral interesting purple varnish. Goes through stages when I can and can't bend it. No thanks to taping it to another finger - then id have two out of action - ill stick to Claris idea.


Posted: 19/10/2014 at 12:51
Lovely sunny, dry but windy day. Nursing a very sore finger today, trapped it in the new bifold sliding patio door posh thing yesterday. So sore it made me cry! Not known to be a wuss normally! Can't bend it, kills like heck if i try to use it. Not helped by also nursing a hangover.


Posted: 17/10/2014 at 20:11
Garden grafter - like that for a new forum name - but won't suit me at the mo!


Posted: 17/10/2014 at 20:10
Fairy - naughty step NOW, leaver the badgers alone!
Had a nice balti though, you shoudda said n I'd have saved you some.
Pentillie, hope you enjoyed Cyprus, welcome back, hope all is well for you and family.
Verd, any paperwork stinks so extra hugs to you...then come n do mine pls
Garden grafters - well done! I'm still doing almost most and will reap the 'rewards' in spring, o oh! Have tried more support for liquidambar tree today and think it'll be ok if it holds. Don't want too much support as it needs movement to gain strength ( I think???)


Posted: 17/10/2014 at 15:31
Eh? Clari you bin ont beer agen?
But yes please come and plant your spares in my garden

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