25-03-2018 07:56 AM
24-03-2018 04:59 PM
24-03-2018 01:27 PM
Lesley, it's lovely to see you back, and please don't stay away when things are tough. As Clair says, sometimes it's good to know that others are struggling too. I've done more than my fair share of moaning on here at various times, and been very grateful for al the support.
Clair, I'm glad you've got a couple of weeks off now, it sounds like someone needs to have a word with your teacher. It's not fair to put you under so much pressure just because she is inexperienced. You don't need work making you ill.
Jak, love the picture, I wish we did have some sunshine! But its fairly grey and dismal here. Yesterday we went to the beach for a walk, but it was so cold I had to chicken out and eat my ice cream in the car. And I see the long range forecast is for it to be cold right into May...maybe with more snow. At least the clocks change tonight, I'm looking forward to the extra daylight.
Ruby, the news from Salisbury doesn't get any better, you have to feel sorry for the shops and businesses that are struggling.
Have a lovely day Fluffies, hope the sun shines where you are.
24-03-2018 11:50 AM
Oh that is so cute.
I hae had a very productive morning, I finally did the ironing I have been thinking of doing all week!!, finished the cross stitch that I got for Xmas, deadheaded the camelia and picked all the stones out of the lawn, I needed to do that before I start mowing it, could just see one going through the window knowing me!!
It was a bit dull and misty here this morning, but the sun is definitely trying to get through now and it is warmer than it has been for a few days xxx
24-03-2018 11:29 AM
Have read and digested your posts - so much else going on in everyone's lives and the world!! What's that saying? 'Stop the world I want to ....' !!
Hoping you all have a 'good enough' weekend sun's shining here.
24-03-2018 09:28 AM
23-03-2018 09:14 PM
Oh mate sorry to hear that you have been struggling, but please remember that you never have to worry about coming on here, we will always support you, you are not in this alone my dear xxx
Sending you loads of hugs
23-03-2018 09:01 PM
23-03-2018 07:07 PM
Hello gorgeous Willows, yes, I’m back from my expedition to Mount Kilimanjaro via the great brarrier reef and varlous other destinations (I wish!). Although I haven’t been posting I have been keeping an eye on you all, and big thank you to lovely Janey for checking up on me. Been not in a good place recently and didn’t want to come on here and bring you all down with my whinging and didn’t feel up to putting on a brave face and pretending all was hunky dory so thought it was best to keep my distance for a while. Feeling more myself at the moment, albeit still hobbling around like an oldie cos of this plantas fasciitis malarkey, hate it as my “thing” is walking and walking when times are bad to clear my head, never mind, acupuncture is helping a bit.and it could be worse.
As I say, I have been looking in on you all and so much happening! Rubycat, wtf? Seriously, I’m becoming very concerned over this whole Russian thing and in my current frame of mind trying not to get things out of perspective, I hardly get any sleep as it is with the flushes without laying awake worrying about WW3 xx
23-03-2018 06:30 PM
23-03-2018 04:27 PM
23-03-2018 03:12 PM
Oh mate sending you loads of hugs, I have got my first one post diagnosis on 11 April and go from yes ok to are they going to find something and I have to go through it all again. It is pants
23-03-2018 01:25 PM - edited 23-03-2018 01:26 PM
Just popping in to wish you all a Happy Spring (now it seems to be here finally). Got my two year mammo letter through this morning, and it just made me cry and feel terrible panic. I can't feel anything wrong, but still feel terrified - but you will all understand that. I know lots of us are around the same time with our mammos, so heres wishing you all the very best of results xxx
P.S Delly, sorry to hear you are having a rough time, I don't have a cat, no.
22-03-2018 08:32 AM
Lovely to hear from you but sorry you are having problems with your sleep again. I always the people in the North, when I lived in Manchester and Warrington, so very friendly and welcoming.
22-03-2018 04:16 AM
Hi My Lovely Fluffs,
Sorry been off radar a while, but have checked in occasionally to read up on yers.
Claireee - Am so glad your various tests/checks went well - Whoo bl**dy Hoo gal.
Sorry to all others, but Rubes, you've been on my mind the last two days, on two counts. Was chatting with a lovely lady today in the Coop, from Salisbury, up here visiting her son. Said she loves that when she comes up here, people she doesn't know talk to her in the shops (peeps like me!! to anyone and back, hey) and when passing in the street. Anyway, we had a good chat about fair Salisbury, with a mention of the Haunch of Venison pub. Second to you, I was watching Noel Fitzpatricks "Super(duperflippinfantastic)vet" last night. Is it you or Charys that has a Maine **bleep** pussycat? He was saying they are his most favourite breed of cat - beautiful, intelligent and calm natured. Just like their owners - Ha ha hee, I just added that for some brownie points!!!
Dizzy - How was your hol?? You all have a good time? I don't remember you saying much about it. Hope I didn't munch too much of your greeneries
Am struggling with sleep patterns and all sorts again. Hands are becoming more of a ####### pain. But just wanted to let you know I do love and think about yers, even when I'm not around.
Loads of lovey dovey kisses and all that "fluffy wuffy stuff" to everyone.
21-03-2018 07:56 PM