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 Post subject: Re: All-new happiness thread
PostPosted: 08 May 2018, 21:15 
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It's not nice for those of us who worked bank holiday Monday! We were melting :( but I'm off now for a few days so I hope it lasts :D

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Paddy had his injections yesterday and NO anaphylactic shock this time - so relieved. This should probably be in the Dogs Dinner thread but it's a bit of a crossover as we're happy :D :D :D


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 Post subject: Re: All-new happiness thread
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I enjoyed the sun over the weekend, though I did work on Sunday. Now in not so sunny, but very friendly, Macedonia!


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Wasn't sure whether to post this in here or in the pedant thread. But on my way home at the end of a busy day at work, I saw a man with a t-shirt bearing the slogan: 'I'm silently correcting your grammar'. It cheered me up no end!

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Had a lovely day out yesterday with cousins I don't see often, exploring several interesting things on Birminham University Campus - The Barber Institute, and Winterbourne House and its gardens, lovely sunshne too which we enjoyed while catching up on family news.


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 Post subject: Re: All-new happiness thread
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Paddy had his injections yesterday and NO anaphylactic shock this time - so relieved. This should probably be in the Dogs Dinner thread but it's a bit of a crossover as we're happy :D :D :D


Glad about this.


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 Post subject: Re: All-new happiness thread
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ivohenry wrote:
Had a lovely day out yesterday with cousins I don't see often, exploring several interesting things on Birminham University Campus - The Barber Institute, and Winterbourne House and its gardens, lovely sunshne too which we enjoyed while catching up on family news.



That brings back memories - I was a student there, many moons ago!

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 Post subject: Re: All-new happiness thread
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I'm extremely proud of myself! Last week was ME Awareness Week and I posted a post on my blog every day about it, and had some really good reactions and discussions. I'm exhausted now but SO pleased I did it!

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And so you should be - that can't have been easy, Abbey. I read most of them, and thought how well you'd expressed what is a very difficult subject. Sorry I haven't commented, but I have a severely depressed SLOC, and sometimes there isn't as much time and attention left for other people as there should be.


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Your blog was brilliantly written, Abbey. As Noreen said, you should be very proud of yourself.

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 Post subject: Re: All-new happiness thread
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Thank you Alison and Noreen :kiss: Noreen, please don't feel bad about not having commented! I'm sorry about your SLOC; I hope the depression eases off a bit soon.

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That's dear of you to say so, Abbey - thank you! xx


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 Post subject: Re: All-new happiness thread
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I feel like people here might appreciate this tweet I just saw:

"Glorious snippet of two ladies at an 80th bday party:

'I like to keep the brain going with Sudoku.'
'Do you dear? I find it frightfully dull after Bletchley.'"

https://twitter.com/childs_jessie/status/996331173138829312

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Priceless! Those Bletchley ladies were something else... :-)


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Brilliant!


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 Post subject: Re: All-new happiness thread
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Lovely to read, Abbey!

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I went to Windermere today - for some exercise after spending the entire day yesterday parked in front of the telly - and there was a Bavarian band from Bowness's twin town of Diessen-am-Ammersee playing in the bandstand by the lakeside. OK, not quite a Tyrolean band, but very nearly!

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