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28-10-2020, 06:17 PM
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Hi May glad to know your ok. I got my jag last week at Morrisons. I'll have to start filling up the freezer, the fridge freezer is needing defrosted.I just hope we don't go into another lockdown here.
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28-10-2020, 07:27 PM
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I haven't got one ,but I think an extra freezer is a good idea, if you can't go out , at least prepared
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29-10-2020, 10:53 AM
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Good morning everybody. Been raining here so I'll get out to the shops while its dry. Want to get to the butchers this morning and put it in the freezer.
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29-10-2020, 11:43 AM
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Good Morning Each,woke around 7am,heard the rain battering on the bedroom windows,and promptly fell asleep again until 9-30,

I'm betwix & between having a total lockdown again.(.Personally)...on one hand it would help the NHS where some of My Family work..on the other hand some of the Men in My Family are just beginning to recover from the loss of wages last time...The leaders of the four Nations are between a rock and a hard place..damned if They do..and damned if They don't...let's hope We have a mild Winter weatherwise

Jessie I've gradually been filling the freezer in the SH with home made soups/stews/sauces etc',and You can freeze bread & milk too

Keep safe and well all.xxx
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29-10-2020, 03:07 PM
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May not heard any news about what is happening with us. I've got long life milk that my niece got me during the last lockdown. I'm picking up other things as well that I need. Raining here so I'll get the kitchen tidied up.
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29-10-2020, 03:26 PM
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Which areas will be in level three?
Most of Scotlandís central belt, which is home to around 3.3 million people, is already under level three-type restrictions.

These areas are expected to formally enter level three come 2 November:


City of Edinburgh
Glasgow City
Dundee
Falkirk
Stirling
Renfrewshire
East Renfrewshire
East Dunbartonshire
West Dunbartonshire
North Ayrshire
East Ayrshire
South Ayrshire
Inverclyde
Midloathian
East Lothian
West Lothian
Clackmannanshire

Here are the changes Jessie.
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29-10-2020, 07:08 PM
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Thanks May.
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30-10-2020, 12:07 PM
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Morning All, Hi May good to see you've returned. I don't know if this tier thing will work, Aberdeen is already in a strop about wanting to be in level 2 instead of 3. My daughter who was here for a few days is in Dundee and it's going to level 3 while Perth is in level 2. I'm really lucky that I'm in level 1, but will it stay like that if people refuse to obey the travel rules....Shhheeeze, what a life.
I see Gove is getting his Y.Fronts in a twist over the support for independence. Silly wee scunner, it just goes to show that Scotland means a lot more to England than they're letting on. I suppose the old lies will be rolled out again, too wee, too poor, ect ect in the hopes they will be believed. HAH, do they really think that will work this time, people have woken up to them now and I can't wait to wave Westminster goodbye.


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30-10-2020, 01:57 PM
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Good Afternoon each,a fine sunny dry windy one here so have the washing blowing away outside on the line,

Watched Ruth the mooth and the other 3 gobshites on FMQ yesterday..ffs..They were blaming the FM for everything but the weather..whinge whinge whinge...They'd put Her in the stocks if They could..I can only imagine the catastrophe if any of Them had been in charge during this pandemic

Nout changes where that wee shyte Gove is concerned..but ..time will tell,

Keep safe All.xx
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very cold here today, got my washing out and dried...
 
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