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Posted: 17/10/2012 at 11:29

Is Lottie going to be your new neighbour,Geoff, or just coming for some apples?

Just popped next door to see my son whose working from home today. He's fine now after he had a severe reaction to sesame oil on Sunday. He's on the same steroid tablets, for a few days, as my dog. How come my vet's bill was £152.00 although my dog had anti-biotics as well and my son only had the price of a prescription. The NHS gets a lot of stick but we should be grateful that they are there when we need them

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Posted: 17/10/2012 at 09:35

Thanks for the 'Man of the Month', Jean. Does he iron too?

Is the Asda delivery today? Can't wait to see if I've won.

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Posted: 16/10/2012 at 18:33

Yes, Inka's the one with the heels.

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Posted: 16/10/2012 at 18:29

Inka said that was her.

Jean promised us a ' Man of the Month'  and I'm still waiting.

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Posted: 16/10/2012 at 15:14

Good afternoon all,

Hope you're feeling better Jean. I think it's the germs that Geoff picked up in Amsterdam that's going around.

Lovely day for gardening. I've finished off pruning the raspberries and dug up some old ferns that were in the wrong place. Khan, my dog 'helped me' found a big stone and burried it under my naked lady lilies. I love it when he's naughty as he's showing his age and somedays is just happy to sleep all day.

My guess for the delivery 10.55.

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Posted: 15/10/2012 at 16:32

A big precentage of oak trees are planted by jays. I've watched them in the last week or so burying acorns. Apparently they have better memories than squirrels but still forget  a few.

Love Only Connect but quite  pleased if I can answer more than two. 

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Posted: 15/10/2012 at 12:27

Thanks everyone. My son is fine now. Worrying though as sesame  oil is in so many things now aand even though my DIL checks every ingredient missed this one.

Did they every find the little girl who was missing on the Costa Concordia?

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Posted: 15/10/2012 at 09:51

I love your knitivity,Pam.

I spent two and a half hours watching Felix last night right up until he jumped out. Just at that moment my grandson, who lives next door came round and said his mam said not to worry but an ambulance was on it's way as my son had accidently eaten something with sesame oil and had to use his EpiPen. He was bright red and blown up like Felix's balloon.  He's had reactions to sesame seeds before but never had to use the EpiPen. They didn't release him from hospital until 2.30 this morning so Granny was babysitting until then. Nasty scare at the time.

So I didn't know whether Felix had landed safely until later.

Watched Downton too. Really sad.

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Posted: 14/10/2012 at 17:52

Flo, you're right but he's got to go up before he can come down.

Still can't decide if he's mad or very brave.

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Posted: 14/10/2012 at 17:11

Hello Inka,

I didn't realise you were short of water. Must be such a relief that it has rained.

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