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    • Indie Kid
    • By Indie Kid 6th Jan 14, 1:31 PM
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    Indie Kid
    Things that made you smile
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    • 6th Jan 14, 1:31 PM
    Things that made you smile 6th Jan 14 at 1:31 PM
    We have a what's irritating you thread, and I think we need a thread for things that have made us smile, etc.

    Me - well, we have a puppy who is now 8 months. I let her out this morning and was hoping to keep the door open for her to come in. But it was too windy. I was stood by the door waiting for her, expecting to see her come down the steps.

    I then heard a tap at the door. She'd come down the steps, which I hadn't seen and tapped to be let in. She also taps to go out.
    Sealed pot challenge #232. Gold stars from Sue-UU - £75.29 banked
    50p saver #40 £20 banked
    Virtual sealed pot #178 £80.25
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    • DigForVictory
    • By DigForVictory 25th Aug 16, 6:13 PM
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    DigForVictory
    Son's expression when querying what had happened to the teddy in the hugely printed bag! (I answered that I'd eaten the bear, buttered...)
    It seems that to eat a teddy bear isn't entirely odd, but to butter it first is unspeakable...
    • colinw
    • By colinw 7th Sep 16, 3:21 PM
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    colinw
    This

    • joansgirl
    • By joansgirl 7th Sep 16, 7:02 PM
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    joansgirl
    The ability to sit in my garden in the pleasant evening sunshine and just chill. It's been so long since I did this and I've spent all summer revamping the garden so it's nice to take advantage of it at last
    • candygirl
    • By candygirl 8th Sep 16, 1:18 AM
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    candygirl
    My little Grandson, looking so cute in his uniform, on his first day at school
    "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf"

    (Kabat-Zinn 2004)
    • rainbowfairydust
    • By rainbowfairydust 8th Sep 16, 5:56 PM
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    rainbowfairydust
    Tax code correction letter came through
    I like RainbowFairyDust .....

    RFD for president .... Ra! Ra! Ra!
    Originally posted by Sleazy


    Mature Student
    2015 - 2018

    Year One Done

    Year Two - 26/9/16
    • ScarletMarble
    • By ScarletMarble 8th Sep 16, 6:30 PM
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    ScarletMarble
    Got the holiday docs through yesterday. The hotel in Rome will be a different one.

    Its more centrally located and got a better rating on Trip Advisor - about 30-35 places higher up.

    When you get holiday docs in the post, you get more excited.
    • rainbowfairydust
    • By rainbowfairydust 8th Sep 16, 8:25 PM
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    rainbowfairydust
    i am pleased that it is not 20 degrees like it was this time last night..
    I like RainbowFairyDust .....

    RFD for president .... Ra! Ra! Ra!
    Originally posted by Sleazy


    Mature Student
    2015 - 2018

    Year One Done

    Year Two - 26/9/16
    • DigForVictory
    • By DigForVictory 28th Sep 16, 11:59 AM
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    DigForVictory
    Son has just pleaded with me to text him permission to go on a school trip next month. Text duly sent, followed by another starting "Wazz@ck...."

    I just hope his school accept the text so long as he dos follow it up with the bit of paper he forgot!

    Boychicks.
    • Missli
    • By Missli 28th Sep 16, 5:17 PM
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    Missli
    A gorgeous charity shop bargain I saw on display on a shop window this morning. Was hoping it was still there when I finished today, and it was. Apparently a size 8, which I definitely am not. Just glad it fits!
    • Nomoonatall
    • By Nomoonatall 28th Sep 16, 5:38 PM
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    Nomoonatall
    A gorgeous charity shop bargain I saw on display on a shop window this morning. Was hoping it was still there when I finished today, and it was. Apparently a size 8, which I definitely am not. Just glad it fits!
    Originally posted by Missli
    Pah, I hope you mean shoes...or I'll be really jealous!
    • Missli
    • By Missli 28th Sep 16, 6:16 PM
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    Missli
    Pah, I hope you mean shoes...or I'll be really jealous!
    Originally posted by Nomoonatall
    It was actually a sleeveless Khaki green a-line halterneck, with a black web/net? under tunic. I think vanity sizing. Loads nicer than it sounds for £4.
    • Judi
    • By Judi 28th Sep 16, 8:38 PM
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    Judi
    Pictures of my daughter, son in law and Grandson on holiday.
    'Holy crap on a cracker!'
    • OldMotherTucker
    • By OldMotherTucker 29th Sep 16, 8:45 AM
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    OldMotherTucker
    My tidy house!! I had a viewing last week and my entire house has stayed immaculate for 7 days

    'You'll miss the kids' they said!!
    Should have joined Borrowmydoggy.com
    • colinw
    • By colinw 12th Oct 16, 9:34 AM
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    colinw
    This makes me smile much

    • fairy lights
    • By fairy lights 12th Oct 16, 9:54 AM
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    fairy lights
    It's Bake Off day
    • AylesburyDuck
    • By AylesburyDuck 12th Oct 16, 11:29 AM
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    AylesburyDuck
    Making me smile today is my Daughter passed her driving test, thats now 3 of the 4 driving, one to go and then taxi of mum and dad can retire for ever.
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    Fully paid up member of the ignore button club.
    If it walks like a Duck, quacks like a Duck, it's a Duck.
    • DigForVictory
    • By DigForVictory 12th Oct 16, 11:47 AM
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    DigForVictory
    My GP's expression when I asked if it was OK for me to go on a pretty tough diet.

    My records are a bit clear that I should have been doing this, well, shall we leave it at Some Time Ago? but I had resisted their subtle & unsubtle blandishments.
    (I took a thoughtful look at the insulin pen my husband uses every mealtime & thought "No. Thank you". I intend to try to remain my relatively reasonable self, but my calorific intake is going to halve for a few months.)
    • makingplans4nigel
    • By makingplans4nigel 12th Oct 16, 12:33 PM
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    makingplans4nigel
    Come on sucker lick my battery
    • Kantankrus Mare
    • By Kantankrus Mare 12th Oct 16, 12:55 PM
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    Kantankrus Mare
    Stood in the library looking for some books to take on holiday to Portugal next week..............toddler group singing........."Dingle dangle scarecrow."
    Make £10 a day challenge Jan/£215.84/ Feb £146.45/ Mar £192.55/Apr £171.20/ May £156.40/june £95.55/ Jul £383.85/Aug £211.60/Sep £282.35/Oct £122.54/Nov £217.53
    Walk 2000 miles in 2017....1490.18 miles
    • Tighter Than A Ducks Bum
    • By Tighter Than A Ducks Bum 19th Oct 16, 3:34 PM
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    Tighter Than A Ducks Bum
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