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Category Archives: miscellaneous
I bet all of us at some time or another have seen something we wish we hadn’t, and would love to be able to rewind the mind tape and erase it from our memory. Such was the case the other … Continue reading
Today has been one of the better days we’ve had for a considerable while, and I’ve come to bed feeling more relaxed than in recent weeks. The dog has been good for us, weeing or pooing on all of our … Continue reading
Hubby and I were about to take the dog out this afternoon just as our neighbours were unloading their car of shopping. By all accounts it looked like they were getting substantial supplies in. We said Hi as we always … Continue reading
We had a funeral in our road today, well, just around the corner. The old lady was 80 and she and her husband celebrated their Diamond Wedding anniversary this year. The family had a big party planned, but COVID ruined … Continue reading
It has been one of those days where I can’t settle, get going, and generally feel BLEH. Saying that though, it hasn’t actually been a bad day. The Head Man himself rang today, albeit late, but at least he apologised. … Continue reading
When Hubby decided he was going for this operation to sort out his reflux, he’d done a lot of research beforehand. The way his case has been handled leaves much to be desired, but it’s done now and we are … Continue reading
There are times when I could (and do) swear and curse when things go wrong. Times when I want to throw my toys out of the pram, even throw myself on the floor and have a proper tantrum, or burst … Continue reading
Apart from stocking up with new tees and joggers two years ago, Hubby and I don’t spend a lot on clothes. We look after our feet with shoes and trainers, but clothes tend to take a back seat. Living on … Continue reading