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12-10-2015, 07:55 AM
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Fantastic sunset last night,camera photo didn't do it justice,but pictures on phone were great.Thanks for your photo Sweetsue.
Bit of frost on the grass this morning.
Watched the first half of the girls' rugby yesterday but my friend was so concerned about his granddaughter getting injurned and as her team was loosing we left early!
Haircut at 9.30 this morning.
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12-10-2015, 12:39 PM
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Fab sunny day here , its like Summer
I've been busy hovering around and really sweating so that's me done
I cant sing for toffee even though my mam and dad would get up in the club and give a song . People have actually told me to shut up !!!
Poor grandson Sue , must be painful xx
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12-10-2015, 05:09 PM
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Sue hope your grandson is ok with plenty of tlc. A lovely sunny day here so I got more done in the back garden. Jac I cant sing to save myself either ny niece will insist on singing at karaokes and I just cringe when she does.
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12-10-2015, 07:22 PM
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Poor grandson indeed. He arrived this morning looking very sorry for himself. Managed to keep him going until lunch time, though I couldn't find a way to make him comfy. Then he got really upset and wanted his Mum desparately, so she had to come home from work. I've just rung to see how he is, and think he's not too bad this evening (had a sleep when he got home). Fracture clinic in Abergavenny tomorrow, his Mum and I are concerned that he's walking around with his head at a funny angle - but perhaps that's normal when you've got a broken collarbone - who knows?

Was a lovely day here until about 2.30 but all the washing is dry, ironed and aired so I'm not complaining!
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12-10-2015, 09:58 PM
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Does he have a sling Sue, that may make Chris hold his head abnormally. Lovely day, with a chilly wind. Went to Winchester to *visit* my Golden Wedding present. Well to choose the chain. Pendant is 18 carat gold but I want a white gold chain. Its very simple but I love it. We got Michael up to take him to help choose. Made carers stay across the road, as a personal moment for us. He couldn't get into the designers shop, so we had to keep running in and out to the pavement outside. Then I had to go and buy a new iron. Carer used it yesterday, dead today!! Got home and carer who stayed behind, supposedly sleeping, had gone on the rampage, a bit like last time. Bathroom light broken. I shan't list the other things but I wish they would ask how to use things before using them. Grrrr! A different carer to last time. I have now taken to locking certain rooms (my bedroom and work room) when I go out, which I feel awful about, but they do seem to think everything isa there for their use.
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13-10-2015, 07:58 AM
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Lovely for you Celyn choosing things for your anniversary.Shame about the carers.
Hope your grandson's feeling a bit better Sweetsue.
My grandson passed his driving test yesterday so finally I can send him the "you've passed" card I bought the first time he tried!
My hairdresser had the days mixed up so she's coming this morning at 8.30.
Enjoy this lovely Autumn day.
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13-10-2015, 08:50 AM
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It's been on order for about three months rhosyn, being made by the person who designed and made Princess Anne's engagement ring. Princess Anne's husband lived in Winchester. She would often been seen popping in for the weekend to his house. Bit party out there this morning but I must be brave and take the girls out. They are not getting enough walks these days. The old girl is very frail now and needs her daily exercise. Have specialists coming from the Oxford Enablement Centre to make adjustments to Michaels wheelchair, so had better get a move on.
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13-10-2015, 12:03 PM
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Fab warm sunshine here again .I'm out for a pub lunch in a minute
Good news re Driving Test Rhosyn I'd hate to have to take mine again
Hope grandson is more comfy today Sue xx
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13-10-2015, 05:50 PM
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Its been another lovely sunny day here, I went to visit my friend and then did some food shopping.
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13-10-2015, 06:29 PM
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Back from Neath today....had a good weekend with Dave and his boys.....his elder son lives in Bournemouth and came up for a few days so we had a get together. In your neck of the woods on Monday Jac ...glorious day.
I came back on the train and had to endure a mother and daughter talking .....at the top of their voices ....about all the xmas presents they had already bought and those they intended to buy in Cardiff...haven't even thought about xmas yet
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