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Postby justajester » Fri 25 Jul 2003 18:40 GMT

Squiffy wrote:Vacation sounds nice, How about November??? :wink:

I am ok, better not tell Spouse, you know what HE'LL be like! :shock:


Too late...he overheard me telling my mother, so then i had to do a big deal of playing it down and making it sound trivial.

November sounds good, August sounds better
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Postby Squiffy » Fri 25 Jul 2003 18:45 GMT

nora wrote:November sounds good, August sounds better
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Yep, would be better, but no dosh does not bode well :cry:

And, can't really do christmas shopping in August, BUT they DO have English Toffee. Decisions, decisi :wink: ons
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Postby chabrenas » Fri 25 Jul 2003 18:55 GMT

Then had morning of phoning/faxing Private health care company/Doctors/Specialists secretary etc etc - really good for your blood pressure


....too bloody right, mate. Sometimes I let wifey do it, but then just listening to her end of the 'conversation' can be worse. I even begin to sympathise with the body on the other end - for about 10 seconds.
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Postby justajester » Fri 25 Jul 2003 18:59 GMT

WHY can't Christmas shopping be done in August? I do mine all year 'round. I just love shopping for christmas pressies. Except for some of my relatives who deserve nothing but a stick in their stockings.
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Postby Squiffy » Sat 26 Jul 2003 07:08 GMT

So it is a brown sticky thing for me this year then? :twisted:

No, I loved chrissy shopping last November - could be I had the added bonus of doing it for the first time ever in 43 years with someone, but who knows :wink:

And Walmart has soooo many wondeful things that time of year :lol: :lol:

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Postby Squiffy » Sat 26 Jul 2003 07:10 GMT

chabrenas wrote:....too bloody right, mate. Sometimes I let wifey do it, but then just listening to her end of the 'conversation' can be worse. I even begin to sympathise with the body on the other end - for about 10 seconds.


I know what you mean Mike :lol: Think my BP is back to normal today, so maybe it was just the worry of my eyes, normally it is boringly normal....
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