« Previous | Main | Next »

Come On England - Pur-lease Now

Chris Evans | 12:20 UK time, Friday, 18 June 2010

The boys are ready, and I know it's not really important in the grand scheme of things, but it would be wonderful if we did the business in S.A...and then marched on to the final.

As I have said several times on the wireless, we don't have to win, we just need to get down to the last two and then we can all have a party - even if it's an anti-World Cup final party (morning Scotland)!

Who cares as long as the whole nation gets together for a big summer 2010 knees up.

You know, I think we should have a national day anyway. Bring that in please Mr C.

UK day: where we all celebrate being here and now.

Vuvuzela !!!

CLP

2010

Xxx.

Comments

Page 1 of 4

  • Comment number 1.

    Afternoon Chris,

    Come on England indeed. I'm up for a National Day anytime.

    Vuvuzela to you too.

    AliB
    xx

  • Comment number 2.

    Afternoon Chris

    Don't forget Wimbledon starts Monday so there's the Murray thing to contend with, and this weekend is the British MotoGP from Silverstone (sob sob at no Donington Park .....)

    But yeh - COME ON ENGLAND!!!!

    Oh, and Chris, try to stay with the game tonight eh - your revealation on Monday morning that you didn't know the final score of our opening game until Sunday afternoon had me in fits!!

    Deevs
    x

  • Comment number 3.

    Wrote this on the other blog just a the new blog was coming through - so re blogging. Hope you don't mind!


    Afternoon All,

    Hooray it's Friday. Come on England!

    Deev, Glad you had a good time last night, and it's good to read the happiness in your blogs - hooray for you ;) xx

    Baggy, You either live to work or work to live - you decide xx

    Debs, Have a good weekend with your mate xx Hope the foots on the mend.

    Me, I'm off to my brothers for the weekend, it's my nephews birthdays so a fun filled weekend of teenage boys is on the cards (is it Sunday evening yet?) I've got an 80th birthday party to attend on the way back from Derby, so from one extreme to another.

    I've booked my tickets to Zimbabwe this morning, so on September 10th I fly out and don't return until October the 9th - eek! Pretty scared right now, but it's going to be great and a life changing experience.

    Have a great weekend everyone.

    AliB
    xx

  • Comment number 4.

    Morning Chris from an exiled Scot living in Lincolnshire and who has said previously on this blog that she's unable to support the only home nation in the World Cup - sorry :( BUT I can go with the party thing and the national day's holiday. My youngest GB's school is showing the England match on Wednesday and they've been invited to wear their England kit - poor wee soul - he doesn't own one and doesn't even own anything remotely like it. He may have to wear his Celtic kit. Just had a thought, I hope Celtic doesn't have any Slovenian players in the team.

    Vuvuzela - oooooh I love that word.

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 5.

    AliB
    Well done booking the tickets. I am sure you will be brilliant and have a great time. You can then come back and make us all jealous of the great time you had and how much good you have done.

    We need more people like you who are prepared to put themselves out to help others IMHO.

    Thunder

  • Comment number 6.

    Ali - Sounds like an action packed weekend for you. I think the 80th birthday party will be the right antidote to the teenager's party. Good luck on your Zimbabwe excursion, it'll be here before you know it.

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 7.

    Afternoon All,

    Shakespeare was indeed excellent last night - best one I have been to in the last 15 years in fact!
    WCW - No, I do not feel at all sorry for the French!
    Chris - What's the point in getting to the final if we don't win - come on man, I thought you were competitive!
    Vuvuzela - Great word - awful sound - can't hear the crowd, which is, after all, an integral part of the World Cup experience.

    Nic
    x

  • Comment number 8.

    Nic - not even the ones down in the south east of France who have had those terrible flash floods?

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 9.

    Nic, my sweet

    Maybe it was the company you had, or the picnic hamper! Whatever .....

    Look deep deeply into my eyes
    A look I find hard to despise

    See, I can do poetry as well as that Will fella!

    Deevs
    x

  • Comment number 10.

    Germany are losing!!!

    Wooooo Hooooo!!!

    x x x x

  • Comment number 11.

    Yee ha!
    Oh, how interesting this WC could be.....

    Hi everyone
    Grey here in Norfamps and a bit chilly.
    Gearing ourselves up for a weekend of sporting activity - no need to remind anyone of the match 2night i guess! AND now flapper is in goal, OMG.
    MotoGP up the road for the weekend. Glad I did the shopping last night.

    Trying to catch up with all you lvvvly peeps whilst trying to get my 'thuse going and get the work completed for the week. Still we go home at 4 on Friday's - horrah!

    Steffi
    xx

  • Comment number 12.

    Good Afternoon CLP & All.

    Vuvuzela to you too CLP!

    I'm not interested in football but when England start reaching the quarter finals then I'm on the edge of my seat shouting at the TV.

    I'm all for a UK celebration day. Maybe celebrating the fact we're all still going strong despite the governments.

    I did plan to go along the prom on my scooter today but now decided against it as it's getting cooler and cloudier as the day goes on. Will sit in the garden with the cats, birds and squirrels instead.

    Bye for now.

    MM x

    PS Hope I don't get removed for impersonating myself here but I have done so all my life?!?!?!?!?!?!

  • Comment number 13.

    Afternoon ,

    Its raining and rather chilly in Cheshire today.
    CLP , loving the idea of a National Day , have a word please !

    Baggy, sorry you are having a tough time, follow Deev's advice and ask for help, otherwise it may make you poorly,and no matter how much you love your job, its not worth ruining your health.

    Clodagh, I am sorry , but i have checked my calendar and my boss is away that week. Drat, I would have loved a day at the horses.

    Right, off to sort out a nasty letter from HMRC , why do they have to arrive on a Friday and spoil the afternoon CBA'dness.

    Happy weekends folks,

    MC xx

    PS . MM , i know who you are ;-)))

  • Comment number 14.

    MC.

    How?

    LOL









  • Comment number 15.

    Coz you told us MM...

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 16.

    Doh MC.

    MM x

  • Comment number 17.

    Doh again!

    Sorry Mtd

  • Comment number 18.

    MC

    If you need any advice on the nasty letter from HMRC let me know.

    Cheers

    A

  • Comment number 19.

    Andy - I did see your message on t'other sode - I will call you when I'm ready to face that headache :-)

  • Comment number 20.

    I hear Germany got beat.

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 21.

    We are pleased to say the Chris Evans ginger tea is now available in aid of BBC Children in Need. Thank you Chris for letting us do this.
    http://www.charitygoods.com/index.html

  • Comment number 22.

    They did indeed Gaily.

    Now then, I have a poser - I usually go to ELH straight from work on a Friday, do you think that it will be busier than usual given that there may be some people there who normally shop between 7.30 and 9.30 who may be wanting to watch TV (there is something special on but I can't for the life of me remember what it is ;-P) or do you think I should risk it anyway so that I can get it over and done with? The alternative would be to go tomorrow morning which is not one of my favourite times to shop...

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 23.

    Baggy - no worries, just glad to help as required.

    Hels - Well done again, on such a great idea for CiN, i know its been a hard few months for you but glad this has finally reached the boil.

    (did you like that, teas / boil) why do I bother!

    A ;)

  • Comment number 24.

    mtd - depends how the mood takes you. Mad dash round with your head down could get it out of the way OR I reckon the shop will be clear by about 7. Good luck whatever you decide.

    Hee hee - poor Germany!

    Steffi
    x

  • Comment number 25.

    I think you're right Steffi - get it out of the way and then it's done and I can relax in front of the TV myself.

    I agree on the litle tee hee there as well (especially as I currently work for a German company) but I'm keeping quiet until after we win tonight.

    You can't be that far away from me if you are down the road from Silverstone.

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 26.

    mtd - I work for a German Company too! Our lot are great people and love everything English - except of course the 'game of games'. Have to admit to sending a text tho.

    I'm in Brackley. You?

    Steffi x

  • Comment number 27.

    Milton Keynes. The TV was on in our canteen - you should have heard the cheer when Serbia scored.....

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 28.

    Might bump into you tomorrow, planning a pre-hol shopping trip with much beloved. Not that he needs anything of course, just me!

    Stffi x

  • Comment number 29.

    Where are you off to on your hols? I've no plans to go to the shopping centre tomorrow (football all day methinks).

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 30.

    Off to see my parents - they live in Northern Cyprus (Turkish bit, Can only manage a week this time, would rather it was longer as mum has not been well recently. Still, a good excuse to go again maybe October time.

    Trip to MK will be short and sweet (I hope), depends if GD comes with us or not! Garden party at my Uncles nr Norfampton on Sunday after the race. Hope the sun makes another appearance.

    What about you and others? Any special plans?

    Steffi
    x

  • Comment number 31.

    Right, I'm off. early, easy tea, change into something patriotic and wave my flag!

    Have a fabby weekend everyone. Be well, be happy and enjoy.

    C'mon you lions!

    Steffi
    X

  • Comment number 32.

    Greetings CLP and lovely bloggers!

    Once again, I have to apologise for my absinthe. Would you credit it - 2 days before I was due to leave my job, the powers that be decided to block the blog so that was 2 days where I couldn't join you. Then, away at the weekend with no internet and then this week has been a riot of calling recruiters, interviews and the like. End result? I have a job!! Can't believe it was so quick! Hope to start next week - 9 month contract so that will see me right until next spring. AND - the commute is only 30 minutes! Triple hurrah!

    I have done some lurking via the phone so am sort of up to speed (I think). Big big hugs to those who have had losses - my thoughts were with you. AF - I sent special virtual hugs to you as I lost my Dad at the same time of year 16 years ago so I really felt for you.

    Mods - can we have Bingo back please? I am sure he has sat in the naughty corner long enough and will be a good boy now.

    Baggy - chin up, don't be afraid to flag the issues and ask for help - that's what the senior guys are there for. They certainly aren't there to allow you to fail. Listen to Auntie Deevs - her words were wise.

    Everyone else - hugs and kisses.

    BTW, what is with this weather? Bet it turns glorious as I start work!!!

    Laters

    Miss P
    x

  • Comment number 33.

    Well done MissP. Good news indeed for you.

    Not really here now Steffi x

  • Comment number 34.

    Well done Miss P - but what happened to us chatting on here all summer?

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 35.

    Chris, re your blog comment about an "anti-World Cup final party (morning Scotland)"... listening to Jeremy Vine at lunchtime I heard some Welsh people saying they don't support England, so it's not just the Scots who got tired of hearing about 1966!!!!!!

    ;o))

  • Comment number 36.

    Mtd - I know! Was looking forward to that! Instead, I will be buried in project plans, requirements documents and steering group reports. Where did I go wrong??

    Meant to say to AliB - you are an inspiration.

    Miss P

  • Comment number 37.

    Hello all, good news here too as I have just rejoined the ranks of the gainfully employed! Hurrah!

    It's taken a while and many applications but I think this is the one for me at last.

    Congratulations to Miss P and SusanB on your new jobs too.

    Glad you enjoyed the Bard last night Deevs, what was on the menu then?

    Ta ta for now, Lin x

  • Comment number 38.

    Congratulations Lin - no more late night scrabs then.


    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 39.

    Wise? Me? Shucks guys ........ *thud*

    Well done Miss P, SusanB and Lin on the new jobberies. Feels good don't it!?!?

    Lin, the menu for last night's pic nic was:-

    Starters: Smoked salmon appetisers and king prawns

    Mains: Home-made Coronation chicken and salad wraps, warm indian mini snacks, cous cous salad/3 bean salad, tortilla chips and humous

    Pud: individual fresh fruit tartlet

    With a jolly good helping of red wine!

    Having a really good day here - nice and busy!

    Deevs
    x



  • Comment number 40.

    Thanks GR - didn't realise you were in the same boat so to speak. Well done - quite a relief isn't it but terrifying too (well to me anyway)

    Susan x

  • Comment number 41.

    Thank you for your kind words Andy. We will continue to raise money for BBC Children in Need for as long as we possibly can.

  • Comment number 42.

    Afternoon each

    No time to catch up today but just wanted to say hugs,happiness and hooray to everyone...and enjoy the game tonight if you watching it!

    Later..or realistically, tomorrow!

    mSc x

  • Comment number 43.

    I'm off to brave elh now so that I can get home and started at FNWC before the game starts.

    Laters (or if you are not around, have a good weekend).

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 44.

    Susan, you are right there, it is scary. I really thought I had ba**sed up my interview yesterday. I didn't ask half the questions I had prepared, came home and immediately started another round of job searches! I was absolutely stunned when they rang this morning and offered me a position. So to anyone still looking, I would say DON'T give up, there really IS something out there if you are patient.

    Ta ta Lin x

  • Comment number 45.

    Oh MTD, I don't know about that, we shall have to play that one by ear!

    Ta ta Lin x

  • Comment number 46.

    GR thought exactly the same after my second interview and gobsmacked when they offered it to me plus £2k higher pay than originally thought.

    MissP well done to you too as didn't take you long - not like us eh?!

    Tea to cook, shopping to do and then open a bottle of something cold I should think.

    Catch up later xx

    Susan

  • Comment number 47.

    Evening all

    I am looking after tiny tots for the weekend as it's their mummy and daddy's first wedding anniversary tomorrow. Not to sure about night feeds, haven't done those for a few years now.

    Gaily, loved your post about Bernie being house trained.

    Pip, enjoy your weekend in London.

    Debs, have a great weekend with your friend. Hope your foot is getting better.

    Miss P, Susan and Lin, congratulations on your new jobs.

    Steffi, hope your pre-hol shopping trip goes well.

    Ali, have a great weekend.

    Sorry if I have missed anyone and big hugs to anyone who needs them.

    Hope you all have a great weekend and enjoy the football if you are watching it tonight.

    lol. csn. xx

  • Comment number 48.

    Miss P, Lin and Susan - congratulations on the new jobs.

    CSN - good luck with the babysitting - I'm sure you'll have fun (and if I were you I'd plan a lie in for the day after you hand the wee ones back). Looking forward to hearing how it goes.

    Steffi - I hope you're Mum's on the mend and feeling better so you can all have a lovely time together. Good luck with the shopping tomorrow.

    MTD - I'm wondering how you got on at ELH (don't know what the letters stand for - can you tell me on FB if you can't tell me on here?) I took the GBs to the dentist after school and Lincoln was near enough gridlocked, not helped with the railway line going through town. I hope you're shopping trip was stress-free.

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 49.

    GB elh stand for 'every little helps' as in a supermarket advert - luckily someone spelled it out ages ago as I was kept guessing for ages although it's obvious when you know!

    CSN you are brave taking on the night feeds xx

    Sus x

  • Comment number 50.

    Hi all

    CSN, good luck with your little ones this weekend, I know how much their Mum and Dad will appreciate this

    Well done to all the new job people. It's such a stressful thing to go through

    Baggy, Auntie Deevs was giving out some very good advice there, hope you've left everything to do with work locked away to give yourself a chance to take stock

    Hope you're all having a good evening.We're just waiting for boy2 to get back from France - am expecting a big bag of washing and a very tired little boy!

    Seza xx

  • Comment number 51.

    Thank you, Gaily, Susan and Seza.

    Their mummy and daddy are dropping them off in the morning, so can join you all for FNWC.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 52.

    Seza, hope little boy has had a good time.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 53.

    Hi folks!

    Well done to the folk with new jobs! Excellent news!

    CSN, rather you than me, I hate being woken up at night as I can never get back to sleep! But as Seza says, I'm sure it will be greatly appreciated!

    Baggy, I hope you listened to Deev, we've all been in jobs where it's tough, but it really isn't worth ruining your health for!

    Gaily, thanks for your kind words last night, I took some time out to look at some maps etc, and have got the journey down to 20 miles, and another local friend reckons it probably won't take as long as I think. However, given that we are moving in the summer holidays, I guess I won't truly know the full timescale until mid September/October when everyone is back at school/work!

    Also MC, thanks for all yours and Mr MC's help last night with the route planning! x

    Now, about this footie match...hmmph! I can't watch it live, as Mr JG's working until about 8pm, unless I get a text from him to say he's given in to temptation and started listening on the radio!

    So, I'll have to love you and leave you all at kick-off time, and shut down the PC, or I'll be tempted to look too! Time to read more of CLP's book methinks!

    No FNWC for me until I've managed to watch it, and I REALLY hope the neighbours don't cheer too loudly whilst I sat here waiting! No actually I do, cos I'll know it's going well then!! LOL

    JG x

  • Comment number 54.

    Peees, when the announce the squad, can someone tell me who's in goal, and who the strikers are?

    Ta muchly!

    JG x

  • Comment number 55.

    to JG /Seza /Deev

    I heard your words but my boss shouted louder.

    I am hoping working now (from home) will negate me having to work on Sunday.

    Will join in FNWC - have already started with my friend Mr Vodka

    Baggy

  • Comment number 56.

    Baggy ((()))

    btw bought a pair of new sandels today and was strangely drawn to the strappy heel-y pair!

    Very not me but rather nice!

    Seza xx

  • Comment number 57.

    Evening all, was just going through the psts catching up .
    Hope your all OK .

    Girlracer ,well done on your new postition .When do you start ,soon???

    Enjoy the match whoever is watching it ,sorry not me .

    Bids.xxx.

  • Comment number 58.

    Hello the best Friday Night Wine Club to be found in the Northern Hemisphere -

    I'm here. I started getting a bit edgy at 6.30 when the coverage started. Now I'm really rather nervous. Decided to stay in my WCupWatching place tonight, then go and join friends in pub just afterwards. I get a better view here.

    My other half has just popped out to the local supermarket to get me some more wine and snackeRooneys [see what I did there...?] so's that I am well supported - he is an absolute 'ledge'- to coin a contemporary phrase -especially as he's not really into footie.


    Thanks for having me.



    OK - 10 mins to kick-off .... eep!




  • Comment number 59.

    Evening all, and help!!!

    Do I watch the game or not??? I'm not sure if my nerves can stand it after last time!!!

    Rx

  • Comment number 60.

    Baggy, sweetheart - you are not going to want to read this but I'm going to post it anyway.

    Trust me when I say that your bosses will not think any the better of you for working at home on a Friday night (nor a Sunday come to that).

    Put it away until Monday.

    You know it makes sense.

    If it doesn't make sense, is it the job for you?



    Right, off to bite some fingernails now. May have to start chewing Nic's as mine are already down to the quick.

    And it must be nicefor William and Harry to sing Grandma's song before kick-off!

    Deevs
    x

  • Comment number 61.

    seza - you should get them, everyone needs a pair of really inappropiate shoes!

    Is something happening tonight? we have a really dodgy eighties film on the telly and I'm working!

  • Comment number 62.

    OK folks, no text, so I'll love you and leave you!

    Am not going to enjoy this 30-40 mins whilst I'm waiting! *Stamps feet*!!

    JG x

  • Comment number 63.

    ~60
    rDeevs - wonder if the Royal princes sing "God Save Our Gran" ???

    :-)

  • Comment number 64.

    JG, Mr CSN just told me. David James, goal keeper and Rooney and Hesky, strikers.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 65.

    its on in my house now

    we're the ones in white?

  • Comment number 66.

    Just going to the kitchen to get wine. Can I get anybody anything while I'm there. It's OK the kitchen is only a couple of steps away so I can run back in if I hear a loud cheer.

    btw our supporters are outshouting the vuvuzelas...... yayeeee..

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 67.

    Lol Katy - that is soooo funny, I liked what you did there. Also, I hope the Royal princes do sing that. Lol.

    Baggy, Deevs is right - I bet your bosses aren't working from home this evening nor will they be on Sunday. Step away from the work, shut it down, put it away in the corner and don't think of it 'til Monday - a rest will do you so much good my lovely - treat yourself.

    JG - you make me larff. You're sooooo disciplined. I hope you don't have to wait too long now.

    MTD - thank you - easy when you know the answer. that's my supermarche (not of choice, purely because of its convenience and believe me it's a right convenience (bit of a toilet).

    I'm off to do some housework. The boys are with their dad (think I mentioned that earlier) so I want to get a bit of housework done tonight to save me having to do it tomorrow on Sunday.

    Back in a bit - will have a g & t in hand.

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 68.

    I'm okay for now MTD - will be back in later when perhaps a doh! rito and dip to accompany the g&t may be in order.

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 69.

    Yes please MTD,

    I am like a slave here to Mr CSN and son-in-law. Cooking them dinner and topping up their drinks every five minutes.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 70.

    Red OK CSN?

  • Comment number 71.

    ohh noo - that should've been a goal.

  • Comment number 72.

    okay - work put away - im off duty :-)

  • Comment number 73.

    Thats it Baggy - now sit back with the voddy and watch the men in white score goals (which they will - honestly).

    mtd ffb xxx

  • Comment number 74.

    That would be lovely, MTD.

    That's good to hear, Baggy, now relax.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 75.

    Blimey. That was worse than awful! Never seen the like.

    Baggy - huzzah!!!

    Loving you, and leaving you.

    Nitey nite.

    Deevs (with no fingernails left!)

    x
    x
    x

  • Comment number 76.

    Hello all, is there a match on tonight then?

    Seriously though, I am not really a fan but my heart did quicken a bit while watching just now, I'm just waiting for a cheer from downstairs now!

    Hi Bridget, I start on Monday! A week or so training then let loose! I'll message you with details.

    On the second celebratory glass now, probably drop off before long, hehe.

    Ta ta for now
    Lin x

  • Comment number 77.

    *tops up vino* If anyone's within spitting distance of South Wilts - help yourselves ..


    .. in other news - I have company! The 'goodies for the game' shopper bought himself some stuff and has decided to watch the game with me - awww.


    Let's hope the second half produces a score for us.

    *keeps fingets crossed*

  • Comment number 78.

    Yeah Baggy!!

    I did buy the sandels and as a bonus they were mutch reduced in price too!!

    I'm going to wear them when I go out tomorrow to see and hear a Radio 2 presenter singing!! Can you guess who? And will you think less of me when you find out who it is?

    MTD Can i have a virtual red wine please. Am on the taxi run tonight so virtual wine suits me just fine!

    Boy2 now back from france. Full of stories and in the same clothes he went in I think. very excited that he found someone with the same (quite unusual) surname in the war cemetary they visited

    Feel like I'm missing out on something by watching Springwatch tonight!

    Seza xx

  • Comment number 79.

    Fingets? I should lay off the vino KatyMac!

  • Comment number 80.

    #79 Aha girlracer53 [great name btw]

    It's from the Simon Mayo Blesspoppets Dictionary -- the word had a few mentions in the MayoBlog today.


    :^D

  • Comment number 81.

    Well I'm sticking with the football for now, although frankly I think I could play better than than some of the England boys tonight.

    Ho hum, fingers (and fingets!!) still crossed

    Rx

  • Comment number 82.

    Just popped in for a quick squizz before I vacuum the stairs and landing. Drink poured and tested - mmmmm yum. Will be back shortly. Save me a space on the settee, just wherever's there a space will be fine.

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 83.

    Feel like I am in the TV programme upstairs downstairs. Suppose your all to young to remember it.

    csn.xx

  • Comment number 84.

    Rightio, floors mopped and vacuumed accordingly and, with a hint of sadness, eldest GB's school uniform picked up from his bedroom floor and popped into the washing machine for the last time :(

    Seza - the clothes situation sounds about right. I'm glad he had a lovely time. It wouldn't be the gorgeous Aled you're going to see is it? I hope he notices your pretty shoesies.

    Footie watchers - what's the score? Is it still on or is it all over?

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 85.

    CSN - it was my favourite programme and I was allowed to stay up late to watch it on a Saturday evening. I wonder what happened to Ruby. Aw bless her.

    Gailyb

  • Comment number 86.

    Hello CLP and all.

    Checking in for a swift half at FNWC...

    What are you all watching? I’ve watching the paint dry here but it's getting better!

    Had a work friend staying last night – so was forced to clean the flat from top to bottom. We had a great night out with my Mum and later at home with the boys - completely knackered now – so an early night for me.

    I do have a real quandary though – eldest is off to New York next Friday for his birthday and I’m off to France for Step Father’s birthday celebrations (we didn’t think he’d make this one after being so ill, so it is very special). That leaves youngest home alone! Now, he’s nearly 20 and his ability to look after himself is not the problem...

    ... did I hear someone mention a trip to the races? Yes please, can’t think of a better day out...

    Love to all...

    Suzie xxx


  • Comment number 87.

    Oh Gaily! It's exCRUTIATING! Don't watch. Still 0 - 0




    :-(

  • Comment number 88.

    Suzie first time we left the kids home alone the place was cleaner and tidier than when we left it - do you think they had been up to something? they were 16 & 18 at the time!!

    Sus x

  • Comment number 89.

    oh no MTF I'm the two fat ladies tonight lol x

  • Comment number 90.

    Seza - definitely - I have experienced the same - I was amazed how great the flat looked - kept wondering why it didn't feel right - then I noticed the hole in the wall...

    Suzie...

  • Comment number 91.

    sorry Sus... got confused took my eye off the ball...

    xxx

  • Comment number 92.

    Suzie no probs - I never did find anything amiss and it still worries me. BTW new profile piccy on other side is gawjus x

  • Comment number 93.

    S'ok Susie, I'm now wondering what I'm in for in the future!

    xx

  • Comment number 94.

    oh and Susie, I agree with Susan, fantastic picture - looks very glam!

    xx

  • Comment number 95.

    Right just had one of those almondy m*gn*m things we were talking about the other day and they are very nutty - now you are what you eat I know!!

    Better leave it a few mins before opening the white I should think - is there anything to drink to on the telly?

    S x

  • Comment number 96.

    Seza and Sus... dark glasses really help hide a lot, I swear by them - and thanks. xxx

  • Comment number 97.

    Salutations.

    Just getting organized.

    Back as soon as.

    Big congrats to Girl racer.

    MTF.xx

  • Comment number 98.

    Yes Suzie, very glam!

    Where was that taken??

    Somewhere tropical?

    MTF.xx

  • Comment number 99.

    100?

    MTF.xx

  • Comment number 100.

    Doh!

 

Page 1 of 4

BBC © 2014 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read more.

This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.