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alittlebitfrench

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jsks wrote:
Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:49 pm
Been working in the garden too.

JSKS top tip. If you're sensitive to the sun live in Lincolnshire. Nearly got warm enough to take my coat off.

Yes but, you can go to the pub tonight. Wind down, nice pint, pork scratchings, have a chat, game of pool, shove ha'penny, game of darts, crib in front of an open fire..

In France you can't do that. :D It's French telly or....French telly. I could watch British telly on satellite but that tends to make me suicidal.

I quite fancy going to the pub tonight.

vic evans

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alittlebitfrench wrote:
Fri Apr 06, 2018 6:08 pm


I could watch British telly on satellite but that tends to make me suicidal.

Apparently watching Eastenders tends to have that effect :lol:

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alittlebitfrench wrote:
Fri Apr 06, 2018 6:08 pm
jsks wrote:
Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:49 pm
Been working in the garden too.

JSKS top tip. If you're sensitive to the sun live in Lincolnshire. Nearly got warm enough to take my coat off.

Yes but, you can go to the pub tonight. Wind down, nice pint, pork scratchings, have a chat, game of pool, shove ha'penny, game of darts, crib in front of an open fire..

In France you can't do that. :D It's French telly or....French telly. I could watch British telly on satellite but that tends to make me suicidal.

I quite fancy going to the pub tonight.
What time do you want to meet up? :D

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It's the big finish this morning work wise .clean up pull some hairs out of our ears and meet jo :lol:
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Sorting out 7 bags of fabric scraps which I collected yesterday and wondering what I'm going to make with them.
Washing the dishes that didn't get done yesterday. I left home at 7.30am and didn't get back until 20.30, and just fell asleep on the sofa!
But first I have to get abluted and breakfast and start the day properly.
Coffee with M1 and ATS later! yay!
Have a nice day y'all!

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Enjoy your get-together, Jo.

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Today is a wake for our fabulous cat Kissie who was killed by a car yesterday afternoon.
Seems strange waking up & not finding her around.
It's going to be a sad day.

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vic evans wrote:
Sat Apr 07, 2018 8:55 am
Today is a wake for our fabulous cat Kissie who was killed by a car yesterday afternoon.
Seems strange waking up & not finding her around.
It's going to be a sad day.
Sorry to hear that. Pets leave a huge hole in one's life when they leave us.

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Vic, so sorry to read about Kissie, I hope you have many lovely memories of her.

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Lazy day today. Spent the last few days with daughter and grandsons in Paris,enjoyable but very tiring.This afternoon the quatorze heures will be toasted crumpets and this evening we will be having a Thaï curry. All from Marks and Spencer' food store next to the Alesia metro station. One of the advantages of being reasonably close to the 'real' France!

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