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Just got back from QMC again........the last eight days have been a bit Traumatic to say the least,,...blood tests,,X-rays,,and today a visit to a Consultant........cut a long story short......problem

Result........CT Scans all clear......just got letter..been sweating for a fortnight......

Two years ago today..........my life changed forever,,,about this time i was on my way down to the operating theatre for what turned out to be a ten hour operation...........its been life changing in

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just seen you post nonnaB very sorry to hear of your loss. 

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In the couple of hours they were visible, you could've bought a Portable Electric Coffee Grinder, or Pet Nail Clippers, or a Sofa Bean Bag Chair.

 

If anyone actually bought them, we'd be interested to know what you think of your purchase

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nonnaB thinking of you and your family. So sorry.

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I bet the cow was'nt too impressed either. Losing one of your heels is not one of lifes jollities.

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Alas, this is a sign of the times. We were on a lake cruise on Windermere and there were three girls sat beside us. A beautiful sunny day but none of them looked up from their mobiles. They never bothered checking out the scenery.

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Very quiet in Bulwell today......only seven market stalls.....but there was a few pluses to compensate.....

A ''Busker'' playing 'Guitar' and singing.......

A mature lady sitting on a bench eating a bag of ''Chips'' which she put down on my request for a Dance......which we both enjoyed....she asked'' if i came here often'' ?..........:biggrin:

Then a couple of nice ''Bump into's'' from old school friends....and thats always nice......

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ben do Hattons from Redfield House Nuthall still have a veggy stall at Bulwell they were regulars in through the 50s-70s they are my dads cousins did lots of potato picking there in my younger days.

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3 hours ago, Beekay said:

Alas, this is a sign of the times. We were on a lake cruise on Windermere and there were three girls sat beside us. A beautiful sunny day but none of them looked up from their mobiles. They never bothered checking out the scenery.

Probably checking out the view on youtube or sommat

 

Rog

 

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Not sure of the name @IAN FINN.But the fruit and veg stall has been there many years.....chap in his 59s i would think big bloke always there and puts a good show on........

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I have long admired young trogg for his devotion to washing, ironing and all things domestic. Today in homage to my hero I emptied the dishwasher and put it all away. It's the first time doing so since the kitchen refurbishment was completed and apparently I stowed everything in the wrong place, even the cutlery.

 

Far from earning brownie points I'm in the doghouse as "even and idiot couldn't get it wrong".

Not sure if I should demote trogg for setting a bad example or promote him to superstar

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Brew its domestic dishwasher day i have just emptied ours put everything away the wife will let me know if they are in the wrong place next job clean the glass stove top.

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24 minutes ago, IAN FINN said:

he wife will let me know if they are in the wrong place

 

It's no good telling me now it's best done under supervision is it!!!?? :mellow:

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Stacking the dishwasher proves to be a challenge in this house, I always have to re-arrange everything ……. he just hasn’t got the hang of it after all these years.  I never say anything, but just deal with it, otherwise he’d give up even trying to clear up! 

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I’ve made a start on the grass cutting. It’s still very wet but it was getting much too long. There’s still a lot more to do but it’s in areas that have been ponded so I’ll give it a couple more weeks otherwise the tractor will sink in and make muddy ruts. In the 62 years we’ve lived in this area I’ve never seen so much water. There’s still a lake at the bottom end of the field.

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Brew I have been doing all my chores under supervision for years, I always wait till I am told what to do and how . I do know when and how to do these chores but I always wait till I am told , if I started before instructed she might have the impression I like doing these chores. I still like my bit of rebellion even if she does realise it.

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I made a start on cutting my lawns today I never checked on the batteries first, I have 2 but both were only about half charged ,so it was a case of waiting for them to recharge before finishing the job. I still have one to do but that can wait for another day.

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