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Lellyv, so agree
Onwards and flatwards (don't do hills) and keep walking if you can!
At 74 I was looking forward to requesting half fee next year, we aren’t rich but I don’t pay income tax at all and have passed some of my allowance to hubs who, again doesn’t pay a lot.
Now I guess there’s just no point, it should never have been passed to the BBC who would never maintain such a risk to their income! It should be handed straight back to Govt.
Exhausted! 5.8 miles walked today........abut it’s beautiful weather!
So glad we stocked the freezer up with ice creams! I’ve enjoyed some fab raspberry sorbet from M&S.
New boob feels squishy still, I’m wondering if my body is deciding to not like the implant much? Fortunately I’m seeing my lovely surgeon again in September.
Halfway through our holiday but it’s proving lovely, we certainly picked the weather and the right part of the country!
Think I will need a holiday to get over a holiday though!
Wow well done you.
If you don't like the new boob, I have a couple of old knackered ones you can have
Hahaha, Lesley, it’s my implant I’m a bit concerned about though.
Back for a cuppa, Bexhill is highly suited to long walks on the prom, it’s a good 2-3 miles long. We decided on a fish and chip lunch - again!
I hope all is ok with the boob moomy.
Fish and chips and a walk on the prom. Sounds like home
I hope so too, Lesley, it needs to be as I really don’t fancy more surgery!
No I bet. I haven't got that far yet. But doesn't sound like ike fun
I do hope things are ok . That your holiday goes well .
We’re certainly enjoying it so far! I’ve walked a lot (you'd think I’d lose some of the too much weight I’m carrying with all this walking, but I don’t seem to!) and we’ve had a good few meals out (mostly lunchtimes) and the sea air has given us quite an appetite we’ve eaten well in the evening too! Maybe that’s why I’m not losing weight?!
I think so. I believe fish and chips takes about 15 miles to walk off.
Well I’m stuck then! Hahaha!
You, me and millions of others too- hey ho. Rstherchave a belly roll and a full tummy.
Happy Father’s Day to my Dad, I know you left us in 1969 when I was just married but I still wish there were parts of my life now that you could share, especially our two amazing adult children, you’d have been so proud!
Happy Father’s Day too, to my wonderful hubs, who is and always has been my rock, and a great Dad to our two.
Feeling all soppy and emotional now.....
Bless you hun. I feel the same. My dad only went in 2015 but I woke up to a memory face book and was instantly in tears. My thoughts are with you
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