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  • Message 1. 

    Posted by Kate McLaren etc (U2202067) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    Here it is then.

    Link to the previous thread: www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mb...

    Feeling grotty and useless just now after yet another unsuccessful job interview. It is certainly possible to keep smiling through it all, but, by golly, it isn't much fun. Back screaming away that it can't stand the care-assistanting much longer, and I hear it, but what can I do?

    I get so annoyed by all this nonsense about how young people can't get jobs because they haven't the skills. Well, maybe some of them haven't, I wouldn't know. But most of them can't get jobs because there aren't jobs. I have the skills. I have education. I have experience, though not precisely in THE job I am applying for. But I can't get a job except one for which there is no interview and no required skills or qualifications.

    Oh, soddit.

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Friday, 20th April 2012


    I'm here and will fill the cupboard with a heap of my little fluffy cloud hugs that sneak out and float and gently bounce around the room, catching people when they aren't looking.

    (Hugs are optional and there is no obligation to have any.)

    Sorry to hear your problems, Kate.

    Let's hope the spring will bring better things for everyone.
    .

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    Posted by catcubic (U15234128) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    I'm glad I made your day, woofti. Hope you will enjoy many more good days.

    Nice to 'meet' you at last.

    From one cat person to another!

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    Warm waves to old and new faces here.


    Kate - I wish I had a magic want to make things better for you. Many sympathies and warm wishes.


    Oh, a strange day.
    FB’s meeting with the ex business partner who threatened him with violence for money was called off, as he is ill. So all that photocopying and me getting worn out last night and worried this morning…was in floods of tears by the time he came round.

    Both feeling pretty low, we went out for a long lunch at Chatsworth Farm shop restaurant and a long natter. FB isn’t so worried by the bloke anymore despite the initial threats two months ago. Bloke being pressed by creditors etc and ill and obviously in a mess. We just decided to leave it and try and put it aside. Then FB (who as long termers here know, is a very quiet and reclusive person) opened up about his family which was lovely for me.

    Now just back and FB gone off to gym – me, no interest except getting under the duvet and curling up!...

    ...and glad to have this thread.

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  • Message 5

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    Posted by Death Where Is Thy Sting (U15017382) on Friday, 20th April 2012


    Both feeling pretty low, we went out for a long lunch at Chatsworth Farm shop restaurant and a long natter.  

    Going away from the topic, but this reminded me of some delicious lunches at the Cheshire Smokehouse in, of all places, Cheshire. Those were better times and I don't suppose I will get up there again in the foreseeable future.

    Similarly, there is a place in Norfolk, but I can't remember the name. it's just off the A12 and about xx miles before you get to Thetford. Sort of farm shop, interesting gifts and so on, and a great lunch restaurant. I just can't flaming well remember the name. Anyone else help?

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    Posted by RosaGallica (U3612905) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    Would that be just off the A11, about 4 or 5 miles from Thetford?

    Elveden Estates perhaps Blue Horizons?

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  • Message 7

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    Blue, googled out of curiousity, any of these ring a bell?
    www.google.co.uk/sea...

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  • Message 8

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    Posted by Death Where Is Thy Sting (U15017382) on Friday, 20th April 2012


    Would that be just off the A11, about 4 or 5 miles from Thetford?

    Elveden Estates perhaps Blue Horizons? 


    You are clever, in view of the misinformation I supplied!! Yes, that's the place. I judge a place like that by the quality of the fish and chips that it serves, and that place is four star, imo.

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  • Message 9

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    Posted by Death Where Is Thy Sting (U15017382) on Friday, 20th April 2012


    And it serves Fentimans Ginger Beer...I think.


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    Posted by RosaGallica (U3612905) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    I couldn't finish my plate of fish and chips, the portion was very generous, quality excellent and the mushy peas were fantastic. Didn't know they could taste so good. Great meal.

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  • Message 11

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Friday, 20th April 2012


    Fentiman's Victorian Lemonade - THE best.

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  • Message 12

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    Ooooo, hungry again now. Eating chocs instead of Proper Food. That's the naughty step I guess...
    Memories of chips straight from the pan as a child....

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  • Message 13

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    Posted by CC Growing old disgracefully (U13344869) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    I remember that we got the Christmas tree from there one year. there were people dressed up like elves who had a sledge with dogs pulling that took the tree to your car.

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  • Message 14

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    Posted by RosaGallica (U3612905) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    I wonder how often I've rubbed shoulders with MLers, all unawares. Blue Horizon or Mackies Mum at Elveden or Merry walking her dog in the forest.

    My peeps travels with me now as a secret sign. Also as a comfort during a stressful time, she got quite an appreciative squoozle yesterday.

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  • Message 15

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    My peeps travels with me now as a secret sign. 

    Ooooh!

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  • Message 16

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    Posted by RosaGallica (U3612905) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    I'm sure if Sunny was posting right now she would take this as a sign that your plan for world domination is well under way.

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  • Message 17

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    snork!!!!!!

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  • Message 18

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Friday, 20th April 2012


    I was thinking that if you all wanted to be more visible I could make Peeps Hats for you to wear................. crochet hats with wings, beaks and eyes.

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  • Message 19

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    Posted by sirblunderdog (U14202514) on Friday, 20th April 2012

    Thought you might like this, 'cos I'm off to my bed....

    www.youtube.com/watc...

    Kind regards to you all, sleep well.

    blunders

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  • Message 20

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    Posted by Swedey (U4339411) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    Good morning! Busy weekend ahead, friends coming to stay and fun (hopefully) stuff to be had in our local pub (special event, lots of things going on already - I can see the front of it trough our kitchen window).

    Given up on the sleeping thing and getting a lot of reading done instead, so not fretting. Early dog walk when the sun was still out, quite beautiful. And now I really must get on - I hope you all have a peaceful/exciting/quiet/fun packed weekend - whatever you wish for!

    x

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  • Message 21

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    Posted by woofti aka groovy gravy (U1483210) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    Nice to 'meet' you at last. 

    And nice to be met. Thank you for delurking and I hope you enjoy the Nutters' Thread.

    From one cat person to another! 

    Indeed. There are many cat people in Mustardland as I'm sure you know. My Jinksy (aka Little Poo-Poo, aka Little Pussy Poo - like an international agent of espionage, he has more than one passport and goes under several aliases) goes from strength to strength. He is eating more than he used to now since a change of diet to solely fishy flavoured cat food. I am now presented with a bowl licked clean every time I feed him.

    He is a good cat. I am extremely fond of him.

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  • Message 22

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    Posted by catcubic (U15234128) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    Nice to 'meet' you at last. 

    And nice to be met. Thank you for delurking and I hope you enjoy the Nutters' Thread.

    From one cat person to another! 

    Indeed. There are many cat people in Mustardland as I'm sure you know. My Jinksy (aka Little Poo-Poo, aka Little Pussy Poo - like an international agent of espionage, he has more than one passport and goes under several aliases) goes from strength to strength. He is eating more than he used to now since a change of diet to solely fishy flavoured cat food. I am now presented with a bowl licked clean every time I feed him.

    He is a good cat. I am extremely fond of him.  
    Mornin' woofti. Many thanks for the warm welcome and I hope that all is well on planet woofti today.

    I hope to be popping in here from time to time; my own particular flavour of nuttiness has thankfully subsided due to those little white pills I pop every morning and a fairly settled life now.

    My cat (The Man) believes himself to be a Peer of the Realm and demands that I serve him his meals upstairs. He is sadly on a diet at the moment, but he is, as we speak, looking forward to his Saturday Night Treat...this time a very tiny slice of chicken breast, purchased freshly from the deli this morning.

    Cats make good soulmates. Jinksy sounds adorable.

    Take care.

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  • Message 23

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    A saturday wave to all, having a good day today so far, yoga etc.

    Good to hear from you Swedey and good night tactic there.

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  • Message 24

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    Posted by woofti aka groovy gravy (U1483210) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    Yeah catcubic the white pills are an invaluable standby. I don't know where I'd be without the white pills.

    I'm glad you get pleasure from your kitty too. My Jinksy is working on a project at the moment. It's Project Destroy Woofti's Kelims. (In case you didn't know, a kelim is a thick woven cotton rug, very robust.) I bought him a scratching-post but he prefers to strop his claws on my kelims. This morning he was attacking the stringy bits that emerge at each end of the rug.

    Now I've got Alison telling us to drink apple cider vinegar to lose weight. My radio station is on a bit of an apple vinegar thing at the moment; they are touting its benefits for all kinds of conditions. Which is interesting, because apple cider vinegar is an old hippy panacea.

    Enjoy your evening cubic, and all who pass by.

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  • Message 25

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Saturday, 21st April 2012


    Evening, Woofti and all.

    Quiet evening here, our meal, watch TV - yes, I watch BGT, the only talent show I watch and sit and crochet. Suits us.

    Better go and switch the oven on or no meal.

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  • Message 26

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    "Which is interesting, because apple cider vinegar is an old hippy panacea."
    erm....yes....remember it well.....

    I watched it too, merms. Awful choices t have to make.

    Its a quiet evening here, the evening sky sunset colours out of my window, curled up under the duvet.

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  • Message 27

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Saturday, 21st April 2012


    And what treats will BGT have to offer tonight.

    All excited here, crochet hook in hand. (Ahem)

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  • Message 28

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    Posted by Kate McLaren etc (U2202067) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    Cider vinegar and honey. Tonight my panacea (I have to be in fairly dire straits) is plain old (organic) cider. I will now curl up with the Pussycats and watch last week's Montalbano. I can even have a long lie tomorrow, so I may even get a decent night's sleep.

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  • Message 29

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    Hoping for a restful night for you, Kate x.

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  • Message 30

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Saturday, 21st April 2012


    Cider is OK, Kate, vinegar is not. (as far as I'm concerned.) I'll have to bring you some Somerset cider when we next meet.

    Wishing you all a good night's sleep.

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  • Message 31

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    Posted by woofti aka groovy gravy (U1483210) on Saturday, 21st April 2012

    It's still warm enough to sit in the smoking-room without the fire on. I'm glad, because schlepping changing gas bottles and going out to buy more, is a terrible hassle, especially when bad planning means the country runs out of LPG, as happened last year. It's something I heartily dislike about winter, and I shall look for a gas bottle delivery service for the Southern Suburbs. I think I've seen one online while I was looking for one for Forest Walk.

    The smoking-room is an enclosed balcony off my bedroom. It is the quietest and most secluded place in the flat. It needs painting but apart from that it is fine, just one or two jobs need doing to it. Some plantation would be nice in here. When the fire's on it's incredibly cosy in here.

    I can't decide what colour to paint it. I thought possibly purple. I could then think of interesting and encouraging ways of dressing the walls. That's possibly a project for winter. Either a large and ornately framed mirror, or some form of tapestry work. Or possibly a candlestick holder coming out of the wall. Or maybe both? The candles shining into a mirror? Then the mirror would have to match the candlestick holder.

    Very enjoyable, thinking how to do up a room. I am into the dramatic at the moment. Bold colours. Lots of pairs of curtains opening out onto further stages. A series of theatres looking in at each other. People in the drawing room looking through open stage curtains at the scene of the spectacle of people in the lounge sitting watching them through open stage curtains. (The lounge is connected to the drawing room by sliding doors and a double curtain, a pair on each side of the aperture.)

    In the lounge there is a pair of identical mirrors hung opposite each other.

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  • Message 32

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012

    Woofti, what a wonderful picture you paint of the smoking room Go for it!

    Kate – I hope last night was a little better sleep wise.

    Thinking of jan – hoping you are able to get around a bit better now.

    Slept long enough but oh the dreams, undoubtedly related to yesterday.

    Yesterday had phone discussions with future DiL re Wedding in August. Now I’m pretty reclusive and rarely leave my home or my town, for a start, or mix with more that a couple of people for short times.

    FB able to take me there, but very reclusive, its a four hour drive…

    ….but there will be 200 guests. This includes close family I haven’t seen since 2006, my mums funeral….it includes my ex OH and his new partner, who I haven’t met, FB has not met my Ex, not to mention all DiL’s family whom I haven’t met at all, a whole cast of eccentric aunts (I’ll head directly for them of course ;0)),

    friends I cut off for 10 years from before got long depression

..need I go on…

    what made me really laugh (privately) was DiL cheerfully suggesting that me and FB should meet my Ex and his new partner before the wedding, just a cosy chat the four of us. Is she on a different planet....nah, bless her for trying to think of things! but eeeeeek no

    There will be extra chill pills to get through this.

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  • Message 33

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012


    This needs planning, PeaceC.

    First of all make sure you have a large handbag so we can all fit in it. We've done this before when people have moved house or gone somewhere stressful. As long as no-one wears stilettos as they can stick into others. We'll bring our own food for the journey (no strong cheese etc) and you can feed us at the reception. That way you will know you have good friends close at hand.

    As to meeting ex - we had a similar situation at Merson's wedding. Merdil's parents divorced and her father remarried. First wife, even after many years is still not happy about it. Second wife is lovely and very sensitive to the situation.

    We all stayed at the hotel where the wedding was held and arrived late afternoon the day before. We'd never met Merdil's parents and I was talking to her mother when ex and wife arrived in the lounge. I felt mother stiffen and just carried on talking to her. Merman and I asked mother if she'd like to come out with us for a meal that evening. Not a word said about ex. but the problem was solved. Merdil was very appreciative.

    No doubt other (more sensible) suggestions will be forthcoming.

    But I can imagine how you feel. I wasn't at my best because of my depression at Merson's wedding, and it was quite an effort at times.

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  • Message 34

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012

    Hmmmm….let me see…yes, I will hire a mini van which magically picks up anyone wanting a free meal, dance etc can join….

    Sounds like you handled it really well merms.

    The Ceremony is not till 3pm. Its about a 4 hour drive, so its gettable too on the day. Its not in a hotel, its in future DiL’s home which is an old farmhouse with enough land to get a marquee behind the house. So no staying there. But erm….you see….I haven’t stayed in a hotel for about 25 years, feels too unprivate.

    Next week me and FB are away for 3 nights and its is a pub with a little row of small cottages, one of which is converted to a one up one down private suite.
    Nothing fancy at all, but…private, and, two places to sleep, as I have been sleeping alone for so long haven’t got used to the idea of sleeping next to someone. FB is relegated to the downstairs sofa bed Difficult , moi….erm…erm.....erm....yes…

    The trouble is, its going to be impossible to find one or two nights to find similar in mid august, height of holiday season, tho I will pluck up courage and ring FiL to be’s Mum soonish to check on this - obviously their house is crammed and anyway I need an escape pod.

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  • Message 35

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012


    Easy answer - one large bed, one of you each side and the handbag of mad MLers in the middle.

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  • Message 36

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    Posted by RosaGallica (U3612905) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012

    I am immensely looking forward to attending a wedding in a large handbag - we MLers in the handbag, not the entire wedding in the handbag, that would be ridiculous. Perhaps we should all wear our peeps hats?

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  • Message 37

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012


    As long as Peace C's bag doesn't get filled with confetti, we should be OK. Hope the cake has marzipan on it. Maybe PeaceC will check that with DiL to be. I'll bribg some wet wipes so I don't get sticky fingers all over the rest of you. And straws as glasses will be difficult to drink from but a bottle and straws will be OK.

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012

    Oh I love this thread so much! yes, yes and yes merms and Rosa!
    Snork to the MH threaders in the handbag on bed watch. Will check on cake content.

    At 1.30 decided to go out for a walk in the country all on my own first time, and I did for 1 hr 15 mins, overcame anxiety and enjoyed it with the help of trusty MP 3 player. It was lovely all those Derbyshire hills spreading out.

    Then went to Waitrise but it was well out of comfort zone, had bad panic stuff so whizzed home, bed, extra chill pill. Just poked my head out of covers now and telling myself I did well but next timePecan, one challenging thing at a time!

    DiL texted and said her mum will look for a suitable hotel for me and FB for the wedding so I’m moving on that one.

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    Posted by welshteddy (U3680635) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012

    Well done PC, you are doing well!!!

    I hope we will be able to see out of the bag.

    Bags I first go at the marzipan. In fact, tell her not to bother putting it on the cake. Just give it to me in a big lump.

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012


    Oi! I asked first about the marzipan.
    It's mine.

    But */I/* will share it.

    I'm working on a plan for a bag which will suit our needs.

    What colour will your outfit be, PeaceC?

    By the way, no idea what direction you will be heading, but if you (or anyone else) are ever passing through S Somerset, I can take you to good places for tea/coffee cakes.

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  • Message 41

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Sunday, 22nd April 2012


    I was telling Merman about the wedding plans, and he suggested that if you wanted to create a stir, PeaceC, you empty the pepper pot into your bag.

    For that I shall fill his hot water bottle with ice cubes tonight.

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Monday, 23rd April 2012

    snork, merms, all the posts so fun and supportive.

    I hope, a red dress, black shoes and bag, and my charity shop lovely straw hat. Red dress not aquired yet, tho there is a charity Per Una one I'm sort of working on to see if it will pass muster...

    NDN upsetting tonight - was "put to bed" at 6.30, and then she came out, was upset and asking for help - I didnt go out as i wont be involved anymore, but rung her DiL, so her son rung her and she did go to bed then, but did not lock her front door, which upset me, as it is still unlocked (we are in adjoining flats, so there is of course a main front door that is closed) - DiL felt this was ok, so I have to leave it. FB is here and saying all the right things like leave it be, there is a limit to what you can do etc etc.

    night all sleep well

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  • Message 43

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Monday, 23rd April 2012


    Wedding Bag -

    Crocheted, black cotton 4ply with red trim.

    Several small compartments inside for phone, comb, tissues etc and one big one for us.

    Red buttons on the side that look decorative, but in fact they are on little flaps which will open so we can peer out and be nosy.

    Long or short strap/s as required.

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  • Message 44

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    Posted by welshteddy (U3680635) on Monday, 23rd April 2012

    Ok Merms, I will share the marzipan, wouldn't want to be greedy! Is there a compartment for confetti, as well as the chocolate one of course?

    PC, the outfit sounds good. I love Per Una stuff.

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  • Message 45

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Monday, 23rd April 2012

    Wave for today. Its rainy.
    The bag sunds perfect, merms...

    Well teddy, I'd better get on and finish it.

    Hope things as as well as in here x

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  • Message 46

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Monday, 23rd April 2012


    I'll start on it when I've got a few other things done. Plenty of timje till August.

    Did you lot know we have an artist among us?

    An envelope dropped through the letter box this morning. In it was a print of a gorgeous painting of brilliant marigolds. A real cheer up on a dull day. I must now decide where to put it.

    Thank you, PeaceC!

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  • Message 47

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    Posted by woofti aka groovy gravy (U1483210) on Monday, 23rd April 2012

    What a day it's been. A real Monday.

    Thankfully it's gotten better now. The presenters on CCFM were joking with me when I texted in and that cheered me up no end.

    Jinksy continues to sleep.

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  • Message 48

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    Posted by Mermaid the Swishy-Fishy-Tailed Wise One (U10731448) on Monday, 23rd April 2012


    Lazy cat. He should at least do the washing up.

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    Posted by peacecandle (U14863223) on Monday, 23rd April 2012

    I’m glad your difficult Monday is over, Woofti. How great to have the radio station.

    Thank you, merms.

    Just been to the gym – feel better after, as ever.

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  • Message 50

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    Posted by woofti aka groovy gravy (U1483210) on Monday, 23rd April 2012

    I have lit the fire so of course Jinksy immediately came in and is sitting next to it. Very cosy!

    I found a gas bottle delivery service locally. Now all I have to do is hope they remembered to order enough LPG to last the winter.

    When I moved in here, the long, wall-mounted convector heaters didn't work. I tried them several times and each time they tripped the fuse at the box.

    So I called the electrician out. While he was here, the heaters worked perfectly. (He charged me a call out fee AND an hour's labour, even though he didn't do anything. I left a filthy write-up on their website.) I haven't dared to try them again but I will probably want to use one of them tomorrow while I watch some telly. It had better work!

    Again, there has been a problem over at h2g2 with pages slow to load. I waited months hoping it would get better by itself, but it didn't, so tonight I posted a bug report on their bug page.

    The moment I complained about the problem, it appeared to resolve itself.

    Yes, it's been that kind of day. I'm going to anaesthetise myself with a few beers and hit an early sack in the hope that tomorrow will be altogether a better day.

    woof x

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