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alittlebitmorefrench wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 3:02 pm
After the Storm wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 2:44 pm
Took Mysty out for lunch and it was perfect which, given it is his birthday, was just as well as I picked somewhere we hadn't been before. The menu was very good and the meal was excellent but what made it the perfect day was the staff, the quality of service was superb, Demon got brought water along with our drinks :P .
Mc Dos children's happy meal again ?
It was better value than mcdoos although I do not mind chicken nuggets sometimes. :P
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Arne't Chicken nuggets from that other place, just came to mind KFC.

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The thought of Sarah Vine getting absolutely blootered tonight, tears and snotters all over the Laura Ashley swatches, and making a bad day for Michael Gove even worse.

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They deserve each other, a match made in heaven.

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Well where do I start. I have been upstairs and seen my bedroom for the first time in 3 months a couple of days ago. Mr B has kept it well. Im still not sleeping up there yet.

The pre-op consultations went fine for my second cataracte op.

Saw the chef to finalise the buffet for our Grovey - 60/70s disco for a kitten rescue association in a couple of weeks - very happy cheese and pineapple hedgehogs - plus other 70s style food.

Im going to try driving in a couple of days time.

MY passport application has been approved. No counter signatures needed - it took 3 of us to take the photo and we really thought they would reject it but they didnt - bring on the happiness XXXX
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Had a letter from le Ministre de l'intérieur today about my speeding fine and loss of one point in April.

:D Apparently my present eleven points will be elevated to twelve again on the 25th October if I don't lose any more points in the meantime. I had thought that points stayed lost for at least two years, so that was welcome news.

https://www.permisapoints.fr/infraction ... oins-20kmh
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Learning how to spell nauseous. And its French and Dutch translations.
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Skiving off

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Changed the battery on the Saab....and it started first time :good: :D

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alittlebitmorefrench wrote:
Mon Jul 15, 2019 7:54 pm
Changed the battery on the Saab....and it started first time :good: :D
But does it move :lol:
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