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Night Fruit loops xx
Love and hugs Jenny xxx
“ We don’t know how strong we are, until being strong is the only choice we have.” xx
Awwww, cute pup!
night night all fruit loops
Sadly Northerner, Firemen just don’t do it for me anymore, think it’s from MANY MANY MANY MANY Years of being a nanny, there’s only one Fireman that sticks in my mind....
lets face it no one wants to be stuck in the naughty corner with him xx
Hmmmmm....well after many visits at work from actual fire fighters, who don't resemble any of those depicted here... think more dads, more dressed like bin men, dirty and smelling of burnt....then good old Sam ain't such a bad choice.
Err can I just add I wasn't careless or into arson and wasn't the cause of the call outs!
...it is OK because unicorns can see you : )
Just dropping in to say hi!
Back to work after the summer break...feel so tired....but you guessed it...I’m lying here waiting to drop off counting down the hours til I need to get up and go back to work!
Head was spinning so nice to have a little read through....and now thinking I’m not sure I have ever met a fireman!
Well Galligirl, doesn’t sound like you’ve missed much! Although must admit I did rather enjoy the tour of Hammersmith Fire Station when I worked in London! Obviously I was only there to look after my charge who was obsessed with Fireman Sam! I wasn’t eyeing up any of the ‘hot’ firemen! As that would of been totally unprofessional! However I could do with them right now, to hose me down and put out the fire inside my head
GOOD LUCK with your first day back at work tomorrow, whoops make that today! IF you feel you would like some support LP is free and after recent events he could do with some light hearted fun! Xxx
Love it ,love it.
That six pack had to be painted on. Nobody has a body like that.
I would have been going back to work today! But I'm not. Pension arrives today and tomorrow I'm off to Leeds. I've got to go for an interview to do supply. At a school I've worked at for 24 years. Crazy!
I might just have to look at the shops.
P.S. grand daughters first day at school.
It's funny I was only thinking about you yesterday and wondering if it was your first 'real' day of being retired as the schools were going back here.
Hope you pass the interview! Political correctness gone mad......I expect you need a police check for safeguarding too......I had to have one to take Sunday school for ( at the time) just 2 little boys where we sat at a table on the other side of an open door in full view of the organist.........C'EST la vie.......
Enjoy the shopping.....much better idea.
Now I don't want to start a stampede but in the interests of Health and Safety are you all aware that if you call your local fire brigade .....
Asking for a home check and smoke alarms ...they will send a nice fireman to your home to fit said smoke alarms .
Hope everyone has a good day
That’s great Northerner, but let’s face it knowing our luck it will be a semi retired out of shape Fireman, which wouldn’t be quite the same! Would it?!!!
One must take what's available and be grateful. After all I'm fairly knackered too
I’ve had them fitted by firemen a few years ago. They have long life batteries you cannot change yourself, you have to call them out. When I had a faulty unit it kept beeping I rang local station and was told I should have dialled 999. She sent out a full engine! I thought she was joking until I heard the sirens! Apparently it’s protocol !
Same here Grogg
Can be a pain not been able to change battery but they are good detectors ours can go off If someone (hubby) leaves bathroom door open when running bath !
Okay Ladies put your tongues back in that's enough Fireman talk, you are getting over excited
So, I have a VERY serious question for you! Is there a point where you should stop adding bubble bath???????
Can you ever have too many bubbles???? Xx
Can I stop now LondonLass
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