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I moan about work,but it has been a lifesaver these last months, leaving the house,having a routine and somewhere to go and just being with people even if they are aggressive,difficult and demanding ,and then they expect me to look after sick people as well

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Received my Certificat Provisoire d'Immatriculation. The Brits doon the supermarket carpark will feel ma wrath noo.
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Delivered some books from our on-line book sale for the animal charities - - not ony did the person show up on time but gave a donation on top of the 1euro per book we charge - Thanks lovely person :good:
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£1=€1.14 going on the right direction.
The sun shone
Daffodils and crocus in flower
A good day.
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jsks wrote:
Mon Jan 25, 2021 9:19 pm
That doesn't leave much skirt. You minx! 😊
I will leave that to your imagination :good:
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This video clip made me smile. :D

Children of NI in 1967 talking about 'feelings' - posted by BBC NI in relation to Children’s Mental Health Week...


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it has stopped raining and the sun is out.
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We had a delivery by our son following his visit to Costco, a pack of 40 big boxes of tissues, Alpen muesli without added sugar and a surprise of Lindor caramels, which my husband enjoys - I don’t. He puts them in the low cupboard under the stairs, our wine store, so he’s not tempted to get on his knees to get one more than once each day. Not like me with Maltesers!

We’ve also had the biggest, brightest, most colourful rainbow I’ve seen for a long tine.

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A fleece-lined pompom hat with a neck (like a balaclava) and a zip (chin to mouth) arrived today in the post. I ordered it online at least a month ago so had almost given up. Hopefully it might completely guarantee the last of the cold weather. :good:

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Gigi wrote:
Fri Feb 05, 2021 4:54 pm
We had a delivery by our son following his visit to Costco, a pack of 40 big boxes of tissues, Alpen muesli without added sugar and a surprise of Lindor caramels, which my husband enjoys - I don’t. He puts them in the low cupboard under the stairs, our wine store, so he’s not tempted to get on his knees to get one more than once each day. Not like me with Maltesers!
Very handy for the mice. :?

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