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So this is an e mail conversation...

Chris Evans | 10:00 UK time, Wednesday, 29 July 2009

...that I had with my good friend and colleague Hells Bells of Hull early this morning, whilst running my pencil over the almost final final edit of my book that has to go off to the printers in the next four weeks or so.

From Hells after a night at the theatre with my agent:

Good morning my lovely.
Your agent is officially barking. But then so am I. And so are you. I think that's probably why it all rubs along so nicely.
In other news, Media Guardian have helpfully de-coded your golf dream for you.
Brace yourself...
"To dream that you are decapitated, indicates that you are not thinking clearly and are refusing to see the truth. You need to confront the situation or the person despite the pain and discomfort you might feel in doing so. The dream also suggests that you have the tendency to act before you think."

From me in reply:

Morning chick chick. We are indeed all mad - not a single one of us sane. How can we be ? Life is not conducive to such a state of being. None of us asked to be born yet after finding ourselves here and realising what a blast it is, many of us end up begging not to have to leave. And then on other days we might wonder what all the fuss is about in the first place and why we can't do a wee !

As it goes, you and The Agent are undoubtedly amongst the maddest but that's probably because you value life as much if not more than a lot of other folks. Those who don't wonder don't win; and you two for all your frailties, paranoia, energy and brilliance are two people I wouldn't swap for anyone else any day of the week for one second of my life.

Oops I can feel my head about to fall off again.


Apparently this made the poor girl well up...and all on a wet Wednesday morning as well.





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  • Comment number 1.


    I have welled up on many occassion due to the lovely words of an email, oft typed off the cuff, without prior planning. Which is why the words read on the screen mean so much.

    You know what I mean!


  • Comment number 2.

    Morning peeps!
    Deevs, I'm the same but being soppy as I am it doesn't take a lot to make me well up anyway!

    CLP, good to see you back and on form, can't wait for the biog to be published!

    Another thing Deevs, have you finished Dear Fatty?

    Tiggs xxx

  • Comment number 3.

    ugh, just finished my breakfast sausage butty, went to lick ketchup off my fingers only to rememeber that I still had alcohol hand wash on from docs visit..............

  • Comment number 4.

    Morning Chris,

    There is nothing like a bit of welling up on a wet Wednesday ;) Sometimes it's nice to know that you are loved and appreciated.

    I'd like to steal a quote from my favourite TV programme Grey's Anatomy.....

    "Did you say it?, I love you.. I don't ever wanna live without you. You changed my life. Did you say it? Make a plan. Set a goal. Work toward it. But every now and then, drink it in, cause this is it, it might all be gone tomorrow."

    We should all make it our goal today to tell someone that we love them, perhaps someone that we wouldn't normally say it to. Go on say it!


  • Comment number 5.

    'I love you Ali', will that do?

    Tiggs xxx

  • Comment number 6.

    Arh thanks Tiggs, I love you too xx

  • Comment number 7.

    Hurrah Now then Christoff. As I always say, That's MY head just fell off again.

    See. The brightest, most creative inspirational and intelligent people I know are totally, utterly and marvellously bonkers.

    And I agree. As the DDF Eric used to say. The chap who never made any mistakes never made anything.

    Continue to slay your dragons, my friend. It's your fearlessness that holds my admiration, you big daft eejit.

    Fear, you see, is the ultimate enemy of creativity.


  • Comment number 8.

    I love you too AliB! And you Tiggs!

    Still reading Dear Fatty - I only tend to read at bedtime so books can take ages!! I've got 3 on the go at the mo - read whichever one to suit my mood.


  • Comment number 9.

    I think email and text has actually brought the art of writing back to the forefront. I know that people say it is a very inpersonal way of communicating but when you see an email like that, there is no longer an argument for the inpersonal side. It is back to the old days of letter writing just electronically.

    I too have received emails like that and it is wonderful to hear lovely words that you dont always get to hear when you just rub along without a hitch. There is nothing like a bit of appreciation from those around you, especially when you have such a good team like yours Christos.

  • Comment number 10.

    And just so'd you don't feel left out ..... love you too Mr Evans xx

  • Comment number 11.

    as my cat has just decided he needs my attention, I shall proclaim to all of blogland, i love you Rufus!!!

  • Comment number 12.

    I am terribly bad at telling people I love them - other then Mr bp who I tell every day - I am also bad at telling people how much they mean to me.

    Luckily for me I have some very understanding friends and family!

  • Comment number 13.

    ..And speakin' a dragons, am off now to launch a surprise attack on Sainsbury's with Renee and Joan. Renee needs some suet and gravy browning, a good rummage through the cabbages and to check the sliced loaves for asylum-seekers, and Joan is fully psyched-up and heavily armed with a receipt which proves beyond all legal doubt that she was overcharged for the 3 for 2 Toilet Duck.

    Where's me stun-gun.


  • Comment number 14.

    I have 3 on the go too, 2 chick lit (Cecilia Ahern and Belinda Jones) and one thriller (Tess Gerritsen), Mr Tiggs can't understand how I can keep up with 3 at once! Depends on my mood which one I grab but mostly not thriller while he is working in Londinium and therefore not in the bed with me!

    Tiggs xxx
    love you too Deevs and CLP (which goes without saying!!!)

  • Comment number 15.

    Morning all!

    It is so lovely when you get an unexpected message from someone that triggers that 'welling up' thing. I have had many in recent months.

    I think that we find it easier to focus on negatives and criticism so when we're told something so nice and heartfelt it often comes as a surprise. It's important to remember that people see as differently to how we see ourselves sometimes.

    I have learned so much about me to be honest that I see myself totally different now. But I am still me, just with a healthier outlook. Mostly!

    Back to the important business of baking bread now....busy, busy, busy!


    Deb x

  • Comment number 16.

    sbp, I'm a bit like that too. I think I tell my best friend that I love her more than I tell my Mum & Dad, although I always say it to them just as I am about to get on a plane!!

    Clodagh, You live on the edge my Dear xx oh to swap shoes with you for just one day - have fun with Renee and Joan.


    P.S. Love you too Deev xx

  • Comment number 17.

    I'm reading Dear Fatty, Sex In Elizabethan England and Necropolis - The Tale Of London's Dead Through The Ages.

    And you lot thought I was oh so shallow ......



  • Comment number 18.

    Also - I am so cynical that when i get a happy message I wonder what they are after!

    three books on the go at the mo - jamican inn in the car, by an means downstairs and some strange book I dont remember the name off upstairs

  • Comment number 19.

    I love telling people I love that I love them.


  • Comment number 20.

    Morning Debs
    Have you got socks in the Docs today?!!
    Tiggs xxx

  • Comment number 21.

    Morning all. Precipitation abounds here in the midlands - big time.
    Don't care - smiling anyway.

    I love you all - Ali, Tiggs Deev Bagpuss Groovy Clodagh Debs plus all who follow - and I'll chuck in some big kisses and hugs too.

    Beezer xx

  • Comment number 22.

    Kisses right back atcha Beez xxxx

    Tiggs xxx

  • Comment number 23.

    Hells Bells

    whats the story with you and the agent - purley platonic, friendly mates etc or romance, tender thoughts, gentle touching, romatic times and possibly . . . wedding bells . . . ????

    Do tell all . . .



  • Comment number 24.

    'Ere Deev....who are you calling Fatty? :-)

    Seeing as we are having a bit of a love fest....love you all loads!

    Me x

  • Comment number 25.

    Tiggs, I remembered the socks today lol! Doc Martins + bare feet = ouch!

  • Comment number 26.

    good job Debs, I know what you mean about 'ouch'!!

    love Tiggs xxx

  • Comment number 27.

    Oooh steady on Deb - I wore DMs every day at the landfill for about 18 months - tootsies never been the same since!

    Good to see you back on form hunnybear!!

    x x x x

  • Comment number 28.

    As Debs says - as we are having a love fest - I'd like to say that I love all of my "blog" family. You are so supportive of each other through the good and bad times; and we are all brought together by the man himself - who we miss so much when he's away - We love you Mr Christoph Lambie Pie xxxx


  • Comment number 29.

    Love my DM's.

    Think that maybe the DM's are too heavy for my feet though as I trip up the stairs alot.

    Hate the blue outfit.

    Especially as been here since December and still don't have one that fits properly! And today I have a right boob called 'Omary'.....want a t-shirt with my name on it!

    Ok, that turned out into a proper strop..hehe!

    Oh it's good to be back.

    Deb x

  • Comment number 30.

    Do you still feel like Smurfette then?

    Tiggs xxx

  • Comment number 31.

    Good but soggy morning to all you lovely blog peeps!!

    CLP - As mine and t'other relationship was conducted by email and text for the first 3 months - I understand the weeling up moments only too well.......Love 'em!!!

    It may be pelting it down up 'ere, but I don't care, we've been allocated a house in Plymouth (ok, we can't move in until October, but we've got a house!!!). Of course this means I've had to retract my notice for now, so I can carry on here for a bit!!


  • Comment number 32.

    fab news Eb!

  • Comment number 33.


    You name your norks?!?!?!

    Go you!!!!!!!

    Me, smiling

  • Comment number 34.


    Doesn't everybody?

    Me, (trying not to laugh too loud. In case they all know here where I was for two months) ;-)

    x x x

  • Comment number 35.


    And at Donington at the weekend I bought THE BEST ever black vest top. I believe Beez referred to it over the weekend. Get this, across the front chesticle area is sez, in white writing: "Weapons Of Mass Distraction"

    Hilarious!!!! That's outfit for next blog meet sorted then!!

    Norty Deevs
    x x x x x

  • Comment number 36.

    Deev, that's brill xxx

  • Comment number 37.

    are you attending the Brizzle meet Ali?

  • Comment number 38.

    Ah but Deev...

    ...stick a picture of some calculators on that t-shirt and you would have 'Weapons of Maths Destruction'


  • Comment number 39.

    Hi Chris, great blog today - how lovely it would be to receive an email from you! And, Chris, you may want to check out the previous blog and read Ian Wallace's interpretation of your dream.

    Clodagh: also at the end of the previous blog, Ian Wallace has sent a reply to you!

    Baggy: re: telling people you love them. Isn't it incredible that we can tell our partner - a complete stranger who comes into our life - that we love them - but we can't say it to our own family?! I was exactly the same, but when I reached about 30 I decided that I really must tell my mum and dad how much I loved them. They were so embarrassed the first time - they had never told any of their children that they loved them. But, it got easier and easier and I am so grateful that when they died, we all knew how much we loved each other. But ... I know, it's not easy to say!

    I may as well join in with the love fest too ..... I love you all!

    C xx

  • Comment number 40.

    Morning CLP and bloggeroonies

    Lovely words Christophe. Me, I well up on numerous occasions, be it words, films, inc wildlife where animals get hurt, I know its nature, but I still get upset! Then there's tears of happiness, weddings etc. I'm just a soppy old s*d!!

    Clodagh - I can relate to your post #119 regarding privacy, I have a recurring dream about wanting to go to the loo and only finding ones that are VERY public with either glass walls or no door! I think this is all about protecting my privacy and maybe this is the reason I want to remain anonymous on here. I also have nothing to hide but a little bit of me wants to hold back, Who knows, I may change my views in the future and come and meet some of you. I hope so!

    I know I don't tell enough people I love them, I think that stems from early childhood, I knew I was loved but I don't recall my parents being over affectionate and that obviously rubbed off.

    Ebb - v pleased for you.

    Debs - back to your old self....marvellous!


    Pen xx

    pee ess Beez - It's me with hard floors, but not the clickety laminate stuff, only the best for me......oh yes!!!! An absolute boon when you have kiddies running in and out, no nagging about taking shoes off and so easy to clean!!! But I do appreciate carpets have their comfort!

    pee pee ess - Dry here, just about, but it ain't gonna last!!

  • Comment number 41.

    Hey there's a "love in" going on... haven't been to one of them since 1969. Pleeeese... can we wear flowers in our hair sit in a circle and listen to Scott Mckenzie. Peace sign to you all (sticking fingers up the Churchill way) LOVE YOU ALL.

    First line of autobiography....All i could see were a pair of legs and a basket.

    Last line.. I did it my way.

    Clodagh..I also dream of flying but I find it scary as i am clinging on to things to stop me floating too far. ( I could read a lot into that).

    Deevs.. I also read Dear Fatty i love the terminology of the "lady garden" cracks me up!

    Lolo ooops mean Loli


  • Comment number 42.

    Hey clp and all bloggers and blogettes

    On the dream theme and madness thought I'd just post the first few lines of Kipling's 'If'....

    If you can keep your head when all about you
    Are losing theirs and blaming it on you;
    If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
    But make allowance for their doubting too;
    If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
    Or, being lied about, don't deal in lies,
    Or, being hated, don't give way to hating,
    And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise;

    If you can dream - and not make dreams your master;
    If you can think - and not make thoughts your aim;
    If you can meet with triumph and disaster
    And treat those two imposters just the same;
    If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
    Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
    Or watch the things you gave your life to broken,
    And stoop and build 'em up with wornout tools;

    A classic poem for young and old....

    love to all out there,


  • Comment number 43.

    dreamer - I love that poem and do try to live by it - maybe I might get a nice copy and stick it by my desk at my new job

    thinking about my new role - not sure I will be able to stick johnny depp and david tennant in my new office and all my photos - does it make me look unprofessional? your thoughts please

  • Comment number 44.

    Pen, I have that toilet dream too!


  • Comment number 45.

    nice bit of poetry there dreamer, nothing like a bit of Kipling!
    Tiggs xxx

  • Comment number 46.

    You abandonded me...love dont live here anymore!

    Only joking,love is all around,I feel it in my fingers,I feel it in my toes,or is that carpet shampoo??

    Just finished downstairs carpets,all windows wide open, despite extreme monsson conditions and out come the muck spreaders!!!

    Oh the joys of living in the country.

    Mind you,I do like to be beside the seaside, I do like to be beside the sea.

    Feeling very musical this morning,despite the pong!

    Better get ready for work.

    I'll be loving you always.

    MTF.xxxx..all of you.x

  • Comment number 47.


  • Comment number 48.

    Knew it,well done Debs,I so wanted to how exceedingly well he does too.


  • Comment number 49.

    Afternoon all dudes!

    Baggy, the first thing I did when I started here was put my Russell Beand pix on my wall. I also have a Lucien Freud print, various ticket stubs to keep me smiling by remembering the good times, a calendar which I customise every month (July = Take That), pix of sootycat, pix of me and Mr Deev in our Rocky Horror finery and a pic of Hectors House (are you too young to remembererer Hector and Lady Zsa Zsa?) On my desk I have a pic of sootycat in a silver sparkly frame, and a pic of Mr Deev, and a Bhudda, and a witch.

    My justification is that it's my space and I spend so many hours here I want my environment to reflect me. Which it does.

    Will you be on view to the public / clients in your new position?

    x x x x x

  • Comment number 50.

    Super bp - added to deevs post, I am of the belief that if you are surrounded by things you love, your work will relect that!

    Pen xx

  • Comment number 51.

    Hi all,

    Lovely blog CLP - nice theme for the day.

    Thanks Ian for revealing the meanings of the dreams - found it very interesting. Look forward to having the flying dream more often than the being out naked or in pyjamas or the loo one! Then I might be a bit more sorted!

    Lovely poem Dreamer - makes you stop and think.

    Beezer- you got it right, I'm the same as Pen and have wood floors, so much easier.Only got carpet on stairs and landing - part of it was that I couldn't afford to put carpets down though and the wood block was already there downstairs.

    Loli - I'm in the middle of reading Dear Fatty like Deev.With you on lady garden reference, especially the bit about having to help her Mum with the slithers of glass after her door cars smashed - brilliant!!

    Love you all too!!!

    Darce xx

  • Comment number 52.

    Arfernoon blogpeeps!

    How nice it is to hear so much luvin' going on! I tell Booboo how much I love her every day but probably only tell my Mum about once a week... what's that all about?

    Still very soggy here in Warks but no matter...

    "Life is like a rainbow. You need both the sun and the rain to make its colors appear."

    the much loved Booboo & the bump

  • Comment number 53.

    thanks guys (and for the piccy deev - will return the favour and send one of the current place when its a bit quiter!)

    on my desk i have pencil pictures of JD and DT, a JD calendar, framed piccy of mr bp - abacus that was bought by a friend, and stand up piccies of me and him and the cats and me and ewan - just feel that might be too much?

    On my pod walls I have work notes and finace calendar and my first aid certificates, oh and I have a dual screen set up - so its quite busy really here!

  • Comment number 54.

    oh - and Emo news - not saying anything about Errol but hes already wanting to get on with my girls and hes three months old! Oh errrr!

  • Comment number 55.

    If anyone would like some posters of dentures,crowns or rotten teeth to brighten up their workplace,feel free to relieve me of mine.



  • Comment number 56.

    But in my Fairymobile, I do have a travel companion.

    He is Stuart Little. I found him run over nrea Bristol airport,in fact he had a tyre track right down his middle.

    I brought him home and washed him in the machine and he now accomapanies me through thick and thin.

    He is very well travelled and has been around the world several times with me . (mileage wise)

    Anyone else got that special little travel buddy that you just cant leave at home when you go away,c'mon now spill!


  • Comment number 57.

    MTF - I've got a Snowbell by my bed from Stuart Little. He watches over me!


  • Comment number 58.

    I want one!


  • Comment number 59.

    I don't but when I used to travel the UK on business trips a certain agrophobic giraffe (he looks permantly scared) used to sneak into my suitcase to keep me company curtosy of Mr bp!

  • Comment number 60.

    Morning, afternoon everyone from an overcast but warm upstate NY. Interview went well yesterday. Lots of positive comments but we'll see if they come to anything. It's going to be a tense couple of days as I wait for this and the other company to make a decision.... In the meantime the Ashes start again tomorrow yip-pee, hope you are all having a good day....

  • Comment number 61.

    Wheredja gettit?


  • Comment number 62.

    Ian Wallace, thankyou bless you!! Top man.

    And thanks Chrissie, would've missed it.

    Now listen up chaps. What was the show where at the end, the glamorous big bird (I think she was called Janet) used to stand at the top of the steps, usually in a Jane Russell-style frock with the puddins boilin' right over, spread the arms out and declare,

    "I LOVE YOU ALL"... ?

    Cause that's ME. Hurrah am in the frock as we speak with next door's parrot on me head.


    Any road. Have just returned from Sainsbury's. And not content with dealin' with Renee and Joan givin' the Taliban a run for their money, committin' unspeakable acts against the Warburton's thick sliced and fightin' over the last lettuce, have had to face a large wasp in the kitchen upon our return. I say face it; the downdraught from its rotor blades blew me hair all over me face and nearly pinned me to the fridge door. Luckily Renee's Bits & Bobs drawer was open next to me so I was able to grab the chain-saw and fend it off with a 6-er to the boundary before Renee got it in a headlock and knocked it out with the rollin' pin.

    Now all we need is to dispose of the body. Anybody know if Wigan Council will take it in a rolled-up carpet fastened up with hairy string. (Also courtesy of the B&B drawer). It's not still buzzin'. I've checked.

    Wasp week. I'll ruddy say it is.


  • Comment number 63.

    yep have the toilet dream too! My weirdest though and I have never heard of anyone else having it is.... in a recurring nightmare i am running away but to run faster i have to run in reverse, backwards looking over my shoulder..whats that all about!!


  • Comment number 64.

    Good luck Bondy...hope you are feeling the love from us all today.x

    Baggy,thats lovely.x

    Deevs will interrogate more later, me and Stuart are off to hit the highway.

    Keep up the loving.


  • Comment number 65.

    By the way Chezza.

    It's all very well tellin' everybody you love 'em.

    You wouldn't want ME tellin' you I love you after a shed-full a vodka. Ask the GD.

    She's never forgotten it. And won't allow me to.


  • Comment number 66.

    I feel a bit left out as I don't have anything about my desk. Well apart from a few stress balls that I throw at my collegue every now and again, when his being naughty. I do have a Patrick Dempsey screen save, which I blow a kiss to each night and say Goodbye McDreamy ...LOL!

    In my car however, I have a little bear, called Alton Katanga Towers (why I hear you ask) because when I did Yoof Work, we took the kids to Alton Towers (other theme parks are available and just as pricey!!) and they won him by throwing something at something at the place where the Katanga ride was - so now hopefully it all makes sense as to why his called that!!

    I need to get out more!


  • Comment number 67.

    Clodagh,daughters always take offence to that show of passion towards them.

    Mates now that is a different thing entirely.

    When are we invited down to your shed full of vodka.

    MTF..Really must fly now.xxx

  • Comment number 68.

    Clodagh - I think that was the Morecambe and Wise Show - 'Goodnight, and I love you all!'


  • Comment number 69.

    Thanks MTF

    Weird dream Loli, I've had the can't run fast dream but never the running backwards as you've described....

  • Comment number 70.

    im my car I have a bright blue elephant as mr bp won him at a fair and I said thats the colour I want my next car - so he found the car to match :-)

  • Comment number 71.

    Sorry to hear about your head falling off Chris. What you need is a crash helmet - made of cork preferably. That way it will keep you cool in Summer and warm in Winter! And by the way it's going to be good weather tomorrow for 4 days just enough to beat the Aussie again!

  • Comment number 72.

    I have a picture of a certain palm tree taken on the ground looking up into it, i glance at it and smile.

    A picture of a group of people that are my nearest and dearest.

    And a picture of SLASH lying on bed with a bottle of JD well i say i have it on my desk but it has been put on my colleagues desk as i thought I would look a bit sad... a woman of a certian age who should know better!


  • Comment number 73.

    What a fabbie team you have. x

  • Comment number 74.

    Corkie..... hope you're right about the cricket and the weather, as long as we're in a winning position. It's supposed to be in the upper 80s here today, mid 70s tomorrow.......

  • Comment number 75.

    Can't stop as mad busy, but Clodagh, I'll send Finlay round to deal with it - he's not fussy, and it will eat them alive or dead!

    Back later

    JG x

  • Comment number 76.

    Hi Bond- I hope you get the job honey! I wouldn't pin your hopes on too much Ashes action though if today is anything to go by Edgbaston will be under 2 feet of water if this keeps up!

  • Comment number 77.

    Clodagh/Beany - It was indeed Morcambe and Wise and the ladies name I think was Janet Webb, she would come on at the end of each show. Very funny!!

    Loli - Also have dreams about running and getting nowhere!!

    Hi James, still got everything crossed. Something WILL turn up!

    Pen xx

    pee ess - I have a little beany cat and dog in my car, don't know why, littlest granddaughter always plays with them when with me.

  • Comment number 78.

    Thanks Lyndy and Penny. I appreciate it.

    Lyndy, rain?????? nooooooooooo

  • Comment number 79.

    Strangely enough, or maybe not - my name is from my little green beany character that I was given as a little girl. He fitted snugly in my hand and I went to sleep with him every night. He was small enough to be taken everywhere and so duly was. Unfortunately, I have mislaid him now but suspect that I will come across him again at some point in the future when sorting out things. I miss him now though.


  • Comment number 80.

    PLEASE stop raining - enough!!! - am paddling to and from office.

    James - Edgbaston being worked on as I type - soaking up the water - forecast not too bad for tomorrow though but at the rate its chucking it down here groundsmen will be on all night!!

    Only stuff on or near my desk is work!!!! mobile phone and Hetty the hoover.

    I get that see through loo dream too. Weird.

    Beezer xx

  • Comment number 81.

    Talking of weather, heard on the raydeo 'smornin that the met office are playing down their forecast last April for a scorching summer, saying the media hyped it up. Errr, wot's that all about, talk about passing the buck. Anyhoo they say that August will now be wet as well. With all their so called technology why do they get it sooooo wrong!!! Not worth listening to IMHO best take each day as it comes!!

    Pen xx

    pee ess - intermittent rain here today!!

  • Comment number 82.

    Hi Beez, well the ground staff better get out there with their brollies..... cover the ground people!!!!!!!

  • Comment number 83.

    Ah tanks Penny and Beany, it was indeed. I didn't think it was till you said Janet Webb; hahaha I can see her now. Am in a right mad jealous rage now, I wanta frock like hers. Mind you if I got that gig I'd be descendin' said stairs less Stately as a Galleon than like Norman Wisdom.

    That's a funny thing too.. does anybody else watch these award shows through the fingers as various lovelies descend the shiny stairs? I can't bear it. I remember watching Rebecca Adlington come down that ramp at the Sportsman of the Year whatsit in the Jimmy Choos. With one eye shut.

    As for Finlay, JG, not for nothing is the expression used, "A face like a bulldog chewin' a wasp"...


  • Comment number 84.

    Afternoon lovelies. No time to chat, except to ask if I can join in the love-fest?

    I say I love you to my lovely daughter every day, and to my lovely man.

    And I love you lot too!!

    T xxxx

  • Comment number 85.

    Hi sparkle, hope you are well......

  • Comment number 86.

    Afternoon all,

    I would like to say I love you all.

    on my desk is a picture of my boys, buy my screen saver is all the pictures of the family

    My desktop picture is of my boys as well.

    My eldest who is six has a scruffy cat who he takes everywhere with him and had him since he was 2 and was bought in Menorca. it has been on every holiday since then and looks all scrawny and slightly pathetic as half the stuffing has gone due to countless encounters in the washing machine.

    We now have got one for our youngest which is quite new and currently clean, I hope he takes after his brother and takes him everywhere and in years to come is as scruffy as my eldests.

    and breathe.

    sorry for long post.

    cant you feel the love in the room, hit me baby one more time.


  • Comment number 87.

    forgot to say I dont say I love you enough to my family and people who are important to me, but I feel that my actions speak louder than words.

  • Comment number 88.

    Hi Chris, Great blogg.Nice to be told that your loved,
    ususally makes me well up.love to all.x

  • Comment number 89.

    Afternoon each

    Will someone please turn on the sun...? this water lark has been coming down since the middle of the night and its getting boring now..

    Lovely blog CLP.. made me think (thats what that low buzzing noise is that you could all hear!).

    I dont say I Love You often enough to anyone. In fact, and this is prob NOT the place to confess this(!) but i have never told the GM..nor him me. Now we both know we love each other to bits but have just never said the words. On my part its only cos im a stubborn cow and wont say it first..and i suspect he is the same..both flaming Virgos!Wee been together 2 and a half years and its never really bothered me to be honest cos i know how he feels..it is shown in other ways, and he KNOwS I love him loads, but this has made me think and i am going to tell him the minute he walks through the door tonight.

    On the other hand..at the end of any get together/phone call with my adorable 4yr old nephew we always finish with `loves ya`..always have and hopefully always will.

    Anyhoos..on a lighter note..Loves Ya All! Thanks for being my friends and a great bunch of people..

    ..right..off to vac and change the bed now.. the fun never stops on a day off!

    mSc x

  • Comment number 90.

    Cute Nick aaaaaaa.

    Scoobs don't do it - stay stubborn cos I bet all you will get back is either "ditto" or "you too" and not the full works!
    Now where have I heard that before...........

    Beezer xx

  • Comment number 91.

    Hee hee Beez... he is pretty good with words so i will prob get something lovely back but its principle! Said i wasnt going to and anyone who knows me well will know i never go back on my word..but i think i will make an exception this once! Maybe i need to mellow a bit! Watch this space!.

    mSc x

  • Comment number 92.

    Dont be like that. It will stop Mr mSc in his tracks and I am sure will be much appreciated.

    Mind you, everytime I tell Mrs T I love her she wonders what I have done that I feel so guilty about!!

    Seriously though Scoobs. Feeling it is one thing being told it is a whole different feeling.

    Love to all

  • Comment number 93.


    Go for it girl....I used to be a stubborn one, and now realise that the only person it holds back is yourself! Also a major factor in stubborness is 'fear', yes that old chestnut again, so grab the moment, seize it and enjoy it. Who knows where it may lead, but as the good man CLP says above, we have only a moment in time here on this planet, so give out the love...!


  • Comment number 94.

    Thunder I think I have been married too long - my first reaction would be what brought that on. Actually to be honest that would be my second - the first would be to faint with shock!!!

    Gwon then Scoobs - be young and foolish. See - I'm old - I can change my mind!!!! and I loved it when my nieces said love you auntie beez - they don't now -don't even get called auntie - just my first name! Hey ho.

    Beezer xx

  • Comment number 95.

    Hi everyone: very interesting with the "I love you" situation! I said it first to MrS, probably about 6 months after we started dating. Of course, he did not say he loved me too, which left me a gibbering wreck! He did say it, like two days later, but I was still very hurt.

    I now realise that due to the fact I was so young then (18) I didn't have a clue what love really is. It has taken me years and years to work it out. I love him more now than ever before - I used to think that was utter rubbish - but it is true. I know that this is his one and only life, and he's shared it with me. I hope he thinks it was worth it!

    Love shows itself in so many different ways and whatever works for you, is ok. But being the person I am, I just have to actually say the words!!

    C x

  • Comment number 96.

    Thanks Thunder..but Beez meant it tongue in cheek i know! And i HAVE been on the receiving end of that so know where she`s coming from!

    But bless Mrs T.. i know a few woman like that..the next thing out their mouths is always.."why, what`ve you done?!". You guys cant always win can you bless your hearts!

    Right..has ANYONE got any sun? and if so please send some to Gods own county (thats Yorkshire Nick BTW..apropos the confusion the other week!) and stop this bloody rain!

    mSc x

  • Comment number 97.

    Aw Chrissie that brought a tear to my eye - that's lovely.
    I am far too cynical for my own good!!

    Would love to know how everyone got proposed to. It's got to beat my "spose we ought to get married then" (can't remember first one - dim and distant memory.

    Beezer xxx

  • Comment number 98.


    No sun here in Liverpool, we shall agree to disagree on gods own county.

    we had a really bad rainstorm at lunch time and so much so that Liverpool city centre was very quiet as the wise ones decided to stay indoors in their warm, dry offices.


  • Comment number 99.

    Chrissie - wise words and i`m sure he doesnt regret a second of the time.

    And Dreamur..thanks too..

    I was proposed to (by the exhusband) with a `will you marry me?and if you say yes we`re off to EuroDisney`.. well I couldnt turn down Mickey Mouse could i?!

    and who knows if there`s going to be a next time.. i hope so is all i can say!

    mSc x

  • Comment number 100.

    mSc, I am sure there will be a next time and you will know straight away that he is the one.



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