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DJ pleased to hear your saga is coming to an end and that you will get your op . It’s so frustrating when you’ve done everything right and in the right order then you have to hang around waiting for that vital phone call.

Recently my routine appointment which was booked 6 months ago had to be changed it coincides with a visit from my nephew who I’ve not seen in over 20 years. He’s only here 3 days so I thought I’d change the appointment! It took a couple of hours to finally get through to the correct dept. I asked for oncology and was answered by geriatric dept! Then oncologist hadn’t left his diary ( appointments are usually on PC aren’t they) However after about a dozen phone calls they finally rang me back with a choice of two times. This month with all the family we have had appointments and things to see to practically every day, I shall be glad when this month is finished. 
All the best for your op and a speedy recovery and RELAX.

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That goes for me too DJ360 ! Hope all guz well fer tommorra. 

Don't get a case of the Col-lywobbles. Best wishes mate.    B.

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Thankyou Ian it was a ceremony for all 80 yr olds whose birthday is/ was this year. I have to wait til November. 

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CT I can’t get back onto the topic you put Google maps on but I looked Trowell rd up and it must be right as from 14 to where the “ Paddocks” stable was is about the right distance. It was opposite Glaisdale now that I’ve seen it. No doubt the road was named after the stables( Wollaton Paddocks) They had been there for years.

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This afternoon we have been playing with clay in a pottery 'taster' lesson.

Inspired by Pottery Throwdown on TV we  sallied forth to create a masterpiece, a thing of beauty, a wonder to behold...

 

Well they were certainly something to behold alright...

After three hours we found the finished products are not so much a throwdown, more a throw up.   :Shock:

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If by questionable you mean “what is it" you're not far off.      :blink:

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I say:

 

It's a postmodern yet pre-industrial construct with elements of cyber punk. It engages with the discourse between the artist, and the notion of art for its own sake. It has a dystopian feel not often seen.

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Watching Wimbledon - not so much for the actual tennis but for  the lovely deep voice of the umpire!

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Margie, can you please interpret for me, as I can't understand a word he's saying !

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BK. I can have understand him perfectly!  I just love that beautiful deep voice!

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Does he gargle with Domestos.? Same with the Djokovitch match. Couldn't make head or tails of her either. Bloody good game though. B.

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I was called in for knee surgery at 07"30, then 1100 am and finally at 'how soon can you get here?

Surgery was OK.Just some self administered. Diazepem plus Midazolam and Heroin.

Was awake pretty much throughout.

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Good to hear Col, glad all went well. It sounds uncomfortable at the moment but I’m sure it will be worth it.  thumbsup

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