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15-04-2018, 07:59 AM

Daily Thread, Sunday, 15th April

Good morning everyone. Hope you are all well and in fine fettle.

Have a good day all, stay warm and dry and above all safe.
God bless.
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15-04-2018, 08:42 AM
Good morning all.

This is worth repeating so I will my neghbour has a StBernard Puppy called Rosie she is totally left field they have always had corgis and then GSD's there last GSD was gorgeous Leo. Apparently at 22 weeks she will be as bg as Leo was full grown which is amazing.......
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15-04-2018, 09:31 AM
Good morning Moyra and Kazz

Aww at St Bernard puppy. I like them but not the slobber
We used to board one that arrived in an open top car so that the drool flew off behind them, Pity the person driving behind

Lovely morning here. Have planted my potatoes and sown beetroot, parsnips and carrots. Fingers crossed they all survive. Managed to mow the lawns yesterday so thats another job out of the way. Still have flower beds to tidy and also sow some hollyhock seeds.

Hope all are well

Have a good day and stay safe.
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15-04-2018, 01:19 PM
Good afternoon all. Pretty foggy here this morning. It's just lifted (in time for the forecast rain probably). Ah well, I suppose we'll have to enjoy this very brief spell of sunshine while it lasts
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15-04-2018, 02:30 PM
Afternoon, Moyra, Kazz, Sue and Chris.
Dry but not to bright today.
Love St. Bernards.

Just back from Harlow went over to see Joel and his team play their last rugby game of the season today unfortunately the didn't win but have come second in the league.
Lovely clubhouse they recently moved and they all get fed after matches.
Some photos of the boy and the new rug and voile panel which hides the alcove and with stuff stored in it..
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15-04-2018, 02:50 PM
Lovely rug Lynn.
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15-04-2018, 03:00 PM
Very tasty Lynn. The rug and voile are lovely too
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15-04-2018, 06:18 PM
Thank you Moyra and Chris glad you like the rug to Chris.
Very proud of our grandson he has taken to rugby like a duck to water and enjoys it which is good, Mark is a very proud dad.
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15-04-2018, 09:23 PM
Evening everyone
Chris Iím sorry about your BIL thinking of you all
Lynn lovely pics, glad your grandson is enjoying rugby. Nice rug & voile
Kazz aww a St Bernard puppy, donít think weíd have any room in our living room with a fully grown one lol bet he was very cute though
Sue glad you got things done in the garden, nothing beats homegrown veg- I usually hope some of Mum in laws friends send her some
Griff hope youíve had a good day
Moyra hope you well

I was at work all morning Friday, then straight to the hairdresser, didnít leave there till 4pm, my appointment was at 1-30 but now hair cut & highlighted, and had a toner put on top. I had a couple cups of tea though
Then me & Tony went out, I had a Bakewell Gin - yum can recommend. You could smell the almond
I was at work Saturday, not busy cos it was such lovely weather. I finished at 8-30 & Iíve now broke up for a week
We took Tonyís Mum out for dinner, a carvery very nice. Made a change to not cook today
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15-04-2018, 10:44 PM
The dog with the most slobber I ever met was a Boxer. He used to come for one-to-one sessions and I even had to wash the walls and windows after his visits then hop straight into the shower. A lovely dog with a fantastic owner, but boy-oh-boy that slobber was something else. The owner had another Boxer who never slobbered at all. Luck of the draw I guess
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