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    • By Upsidedown Bear 29th Oct 15, 2:22 PM
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    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread
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    • 29th Oct 15, 2:22 PM
    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread 29th Oct 15 at 2:22 PM
    Hello lovely alphabettys old and new and welcome to the new Alphabetty thread



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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 6th Jan 18, 7:02 AM
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    I hope you lot have taken down your decorations, lest you all turn into pumpkins!



    And today is Christmas in some countries!
    Denmark and Senegal
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    • Chieveley
    • By Chieveley 6th Jan 18, 8:25 AM
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    https://cdn.dribbble.com/users/195239/screenshots/2784891/comp-2-_dribbble_.gif[/IMG]
    by Biker*Chick;

    Yes - I'll stop the biccies :eek: Lettuce I can take or leave :cool:

    If our occasional visitors (Fire**Fly, Chris, Chieveley, Tarry etc) want to join in they are very welcome to! Hopefully Queenie will pop by too, and give us some moral support even if she doesn't want to participate :)

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    I've given up biscuits (have none at home) but am I allowed to eat social ones? (When out playing cards, scrabble) Not a fan of lettuce, gives me indigestion. The Facebook diet group I joined last year kicked into life again last week, but not inspired me yet Sat here wearing a heart monitor following hospital visit yesterday & bricking it about having heart surgery shortly. Telling myself it's only a day case so can't be too bad.
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 6th Jan 18, 9:31 AM
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    I've given up biscuits (have none at home) but am I allowed to eat social ones? (When out playing cards, scrabble) Not a fan of lettuce, gives me indigestion. The Facebook diet group I joined last year kicked into life again last week, but not inspired me yet Sat here wearing a heart monitor following hospital visit yesterday & bricking it about having heart surgery shortly. Telling myself it's only a day case so can't be too bad.
    Originally posted by Chieveley
    I would say, giving up biscuits means that! Giving up all biscuits!

    Just for the month!

    Go on, you can do it!

    Sorry to hear you may need heart surgery, , but look at it this way, giving up biscuits for a month will make you a bit healthier for the surgery!
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • joansgirl
    • By joansgirl 6th Jan 18, 12:32 PM
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    Quite an interesting picture from San Diego Zoo.

    Bottom picture is new arrival Tony with his Mum Funani.
    Top one is from when Funani was a baby pictured with her Mum (Bubbles)....

    Some people only exist as examples of what to avoid...
    .


    Finito

    Brazil and Serbia
    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 6th Jan 18, 12:42 PM
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    I've given up biscuits (have none at home) but am I allowed to eat social ones? (When out playing cards, scrabble) Not a fan of lettuce, gives me indigestion. The Facebook diet group I joined last year kicked into life again last week, but not inspired me yet Sat here wearing a heart monitor following hospital visit yesterday & bricking it about having heart surgery shortly. Telling myself it's only a day case so can't be too bad.
    Originally posted by Chieveley
    I would say, giving up biscuits means that! Giving up all biscuits!

    Just for the month!

    Go on, you can do it!

    Sorry to hear you may need heart surgery, , but look at it this way, giving up biscuits for a month will make you a bit healthier for the surgery!
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    Hi Chieveley

    So sorry to hear about your poorly heart - I hope that
    all goes well if surgery is required.

    I agree with Pyxis about giving up biccies for February. It
    would most definitely be a no no to have a relapse when
    out socializing.

    Just hope Colin doesn't get any ideas if he happens to
    read this (about being allowed to bend the 'no biscuit rule'
    when out and about).

    Just think about how healthy you'll feel, particularly if you
    need surgery.

    We'll be with you all the way.




    Meanwhile please take care ....


    Alfie xxx
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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 6th Jan 18, 12:45 PM
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    You're obviously on the masochist side of the spectrum then!
    Originally posted by Pyxis



    Hahahahaha!


    PYXIS's DRY JANUARY!

    DAY 5 : Friday Jan 5th



    Another day down!
    26 to go

    I know it's not all going to be this easy, though!
    Still, the longer it goes on, the harder it will be to 'give in' to any temptation!

    The App says that the health benefits start to kick in during the second week, so I shall be monitoring that come Monday.

    I took the following from the App.....it's quite interesting..........


    QUOTE


    A CHANCE TO RETHINK AND RESET

    Our Policy and Research Director, Dr James Nicholls, gives us his outlook on Dry January.......

    Over the years, I have often stopped drinking in January - with varying degrees of success. Once I lasted through until mid-February; in other years, I've caved in within days. Like millions of people, though, I'm planning to do it again this year.


    RESETTING OUR RELATIONSHIPS WITH DRINK

    Dry January is popular partly because it feels like a detox: an opportunity to clean up after weeks of excess. One previous study has suggested there may be real health benefits in this. However, taking a month off isn't going to magically fix your system if you drink too much for the rest of the year.

    Often what people are really doing in Dry January is resetting their relationship with drink. It's partly about seeing how it feels to go without alcohol for an extended period: and plenty of people report better sleep, weight loss and better mood - not mention the money saved.

    However, it's also an opportunity to see what all those activities we might usually associate with drinking - going to friends for dinner, watching sport, plonking yourself in front of the telly after the kids go down - are like without it.

    For some people, it's a struggle; for others, it's quite a revelation. In most cases, it will probably be a bit of both.

    Increasingly, researchers are moving from a focus on how much we say we drink (which is always unreliable), to where and when we drink.
    So, while going to a friend's 40th birthday (as I did, mid-January last year) might be a challenge, breaking the routine of opening a bottle at 'wine o' clock' might turn out to be easy.
    Dry January really makes you notice which is which. That can be very revealing - and powerful, if you are trying to cut down.

    NOT A MORAL CRUSADE!

    Some people are put off by the idea that Dry January is a kind of moral crusade. It's not, and it shouldn't be. Doing Dry January doesn't make you a better person, I'm afraid. It's not about looking down on others but looking differently at yourself.

    Does Dry January 'work'? Well, that depends what you want from it. Published research suggests that suggests that many people who sign up experience benefits over the month, and that a large proportion still drink less, and feel more in control of their drinking, six months later.
    This year we'll be doing even more research into those effects.

    NOT A MAGIC BULLET... BUT AN OPPORTUNITY

    Dry January is not a magic bullet, nor is it right for dependent drinkers who need structured treatment; it's an opportunity to reset.
    The fact that it is now an established part of UK culture suggests a lot of people appreciate that opportunity
    - even if it is just while the Christmas hangover wears off.

    UNQUOTE
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    Excellent Pyxis - yet another day done and dusted!

    5 beautiful 'well done' stars for just for you .....



    26 stars to go


    Love the info from your App - all very interesting and so true -
    particularly the parts I've highlighted in red.



    I'm fairly proud of myself today - popped down to my local
    supermarket to purchase a few food provisions for the
    weekend. I was determined not to buy choccies this time
    and even walked down the aisle where said choccies live .....
    purely to put my willpower to the test. Success - first time
    in yonks that I've managed to do that without buying a bar
    (or several)!




    Alfie xxx
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    WASPI

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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 6th Jan 18, 3:25 PM
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    Quite an interesting picture from San Diego Zoo.

    Bottom picture is new arrival Tony with his Mum Funani.
    Top one is from when Funani was a baby pictured with her Mum (Bubbles)....

    Originally posted by joansgirl

    Wonderful photos :


    This happened way back in 2010 .......





    The best photo bomb ever .....

    Daddy Hippo Otis has cropped up on screensavers and Facebook
    profile pictures all around the world thanks to his beaming giant
    grin.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/wildlife/8086816/Holiday-snaps-of-smiling-three-ton-hippo-Otis-become-web-hit.html



    Alfie xxx
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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 6th Jan 18, 3:44 PM
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    Attaboy!


    So, let's see.

    What is the roll call for February.........

    Biker*Chick, Gill, Colin....... no biscuits. Is that right? Oh and no lettuce .

    Alfie, no chocolate.

    Me, no Viennese Sandwich (or any other biscuits), plus deffo the 5:2
    I don't like chocolate, so pointless me giving it up.

    Indesisiv, no (biscuits), no (lettuce). I think Inde, you have the best deal here! Giving up stuff you hardly ever eat!

    Flick........ not sure if you're in with this Give Up February? Jack Daniels, maybe? (Fingers in ears for screams).

    Have I left anyone out?

    Bear, if you're a-hovering, are you an innie or an outtie?
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    Yes - I'll stop the biccies Lettuce I can take or leave

    If our occasional visitors (Fire**Fly, Chris, Chieveley, Tarry etc) want to join in they are very welcome to! Hopefully Queenie will pop by too, and give us some moral support even if she doesn't want to participate

    Originally posted by Biker*Chick




    We really should have a name for our motley 'Sugar-free February'
    crew!

    Any ideas?



    Alfie xxx
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    • Biker*Chick
    • By Biker*Chick 6th Jan 18, 4:40 PM
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    Saw you - saw you


    And that means I have exactly the same time to scoff off my
    mega ginormous stash of choccies!





    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue
    This has me rolling around on the floor every time I see it!

    Well done on resisting temptation on your shopping trip today, Alfie! You go girl!

    Just catching up on the latest posts...

    LOVING the hippo pics! Thanks Gill (and Alfie for the h'elfies! )

    Well done Pyx for getting to day 5! I hope you do start to feel the benefits over the next week! Interesting info from the App you're using - I'd love for my DH to try it, but I think it might cause an argument if I suggested it

    Good to 'see' you Chieveley Sorry to hear about the impending surgery If it brings you a better quality of life then it'll all be worth it, but I can appreciate it's not a pleasant time for you at the moment. If you want to join in our biccie-free-Feb you are more than welcome, otherwise please be part of our support team and we can be part of yours in return!
    Contessa Biker*Chick of the Alphabetty thread

    =^._.^=
    • Biker*Chick
    • By Biker*Chick 6th Jan 18, 4:58 PM
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    Biker*Chick



    We really should have a name for our motley 'Sugar-free February'
    crew!

    Any ideas?



    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue


    Ooh, now that's a good idea!

    How about -

    The No-Sugarhill Gang?

    The Fab Feb Fitties? (don't take your teeth out when you say that! )

    Gosh, this is harder than it looks! I'll be back...
    Contessa Biker*Chick of the Alphabetty thread

    =^._.^=
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 6th Jan 18, 6:37 PM
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    Or, as you'll be shaking the sugar habit, what about "THE SUGAR SHAKERS"?







    Ooh! I have purty stars! Thankee Alfie!
    Denmark and Senegal
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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 6th Jan 18, 6:42 PM
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    Pyxis

    I'm fairly proud of myself today - popped down to my local
    supermarket to purchase a few food provisions for the
    weekend. I was determined not to buy choccies this time
    and even walked down the aisle where said choccies live .....
    purely to put my willpower to the test. Success - first time
    in yonks that I've managed to do that without buying a bar
    (or several)!




    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue
    Here's one for you......................




    You felt the pain...... but you beat it!



    .
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 6th Jan 18, 6:44 PM
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    And one for Colin...........







    Hmmmmm, coffee.......... that could be the plan for March!
    Denmark and Senegal
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    • colinw
    • By colinw 6th Jan 18, 8:47 PM
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    colinw
    And one for Colin...........







    Hmmmmm, coffee.......... that could be the plan for March!
    Originally posted by Pyxis
    Noooooooooooooooooooooo! Never

    Anyway I will post this while I still can



    Last edited by colinw; 06-01-2018 at 8:52 PM.
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 6th Jan 18, 8:56 PM
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    Noooooooooooooooooooooo! Never
    Originally posted by colinw
    Ooh Colin! You're a slave to the demon C-drink!!
    It's got you in its clutches!!

    You need saving from yourself!
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

    Her Greenliness Baroness Pyxis of the Alphabetty, Pinnacle of Peadom
    Founder Member: WIMPS ANONYMOUS
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 7th Jan 18, 5:01 AM
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    PYXIS's DRY JANUARY!

    DAY 6: Saturday Jan 6th


    6 down, 25 to go.

    Did ok!
    A bit harder yesterday. I needed to pop into the supermarket to get something for AmDram, and also wanted to get a couple of bottles of something fizzy. Well, the fizzies are kept right next to the alcohol, and I was feeling absolutely ghastly at the time, so it was a bit harder, but I kept diverting my mind and my gaze away from it!

    And as soon as I had picked up some fizzies, I took refuge in the loo-roll aisle!


    So, although my shopping bag still clinked, it was due to fizzies only!

    They'll have to go in February, though, as they are full of sugar, but they're only for an emergency!
    Last edited by Pyxis; 07-01-2018 at 5:05 AM.
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 7th Jan 18, 5:46 AM
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    One for Bear, if she's hovering!


    (Courtesy of Wizard of Id on the Funny Peculiar thread).


    Bear, do hop over and say hello!
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 7th Jan 18, 6:26 AM
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    Good morning lovely Alphabettys

    I hope you're all well on this glorious Sunday!


    Distaff Day



    Distaff Day, also called Roc Day, is 7 January, the day after the
    feast of the Epiphany. It is also known as Saint Distaff's Day, one
    of the many unofficial holidays in Catholic nations.

    Many St. Distaff's Day gatherings are held, large and small,
    throughout local fiber community. The distaff, or rock, used in
    spinning was the medieval symbol of women's work.



    In many European cultural traditions, women resumed their
    household work after the twelve days of Christmas. Women of all
    classes would spend their evenings spinning on the wheel. During
    the day, they would carry a drop spindle with them.



    Spinning was the only means of turning raw wool, cotton or flax
    into thread, which could then be woven into cloth.



    Men have their own way of celebrating this occasion; this is done
    through Plough Monday. It is the first Monday after Epiphany
    where men are supposed to get back to work.

    Every few years, Distaff Day and Plough Monday falls on the same
    day. Often the men and women would play pranks on each other
    during this celebration, as was written by Robert Herrick in his
    poem "Saint Distaffs day, or the Morrow After Twelfth Day" which
    appears in his Hesperides.

    Some modern craft groups have taken up the celebration of Distaff
    day as part of their new year celebrations.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distaff_Day




    St. Distaff's Day; Or, the Morrow after Twelfth-day

    Partly work and partly play
    You must on St. Distaffs Day:
    From the plough soon free your team;
    Then cane home and fother them:
    If the maids a-spinning go,
    Burn the flax and fire the tow.
    Bring in pails of water then,
    Let the maids bewash the men.
    Give St. Distaff' all the right:
    Then bid Christmas sport good night,
    And next morrow every one
    To his own vocation.

    Robert Herrick

    http://www.thebookofdays.com/months/jan/7.htm

    ^^ Please refer to site for further info




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    Have a brilliant and safe day all whatever you have planned. I will
    catch up later.

    Alfie xxx
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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 7th Jan 18, 7:39 AM
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    When I was a child, I was given a distaff and spindle, made of cane, and shown how to spin wool.

    I wasn't very good at it........ the thread was quite lumpy!

    I kept the distaff and spindle for several years, but they eventually split and broke.

    It was interesting!
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    Founder Member: WIMPS ANONYMOUS
    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 7th Jan 18, 11:37 AM
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    PYXIS's DRY JANUARY!

    DAY 6: Saturday Jan 6th


    6 down, 25 to go.

    Did ok!
    A bit harder yesterday. I needed to pop into the supermarket to get something for AmDram, and also wanted to get a couple of bottles of something fizzy. Well, the fizzies are kept right next to the alcohol, and I was feeling absolutely ghastly at the time, so it was a bit harder, but I kept diverting my mind and my gaze away from it!

    And as soon as I had picked up some fizzies, I took refuge in the loo-roll aisle!


    So, although my shopping bag still clinked, it was due to fizzies only!

    They'll have to go in February, though, as they are full of sugar, but they're only for an emergency!
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    One more day completed even with the
    risk of temptation! Thank the Lord for the loo-roll aisle!

    6 stars awarded



    25 to go


    Or, as you'll be shaking the sugar habit, what about "THE SUGAR SHAKERS"?
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    Love it! So sweeeeeeeeeet!




    Here's one for you......................




    You felt the pain...... but you beat it!
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    Yay! Many thanks Pyxis



    And one for Colin...........







    Hmmmmm, coffee.......... that could be the plan for March!
    Originally posted by Pyxis
    Noooooooooooooooooooooo! Never
    Originally posted by colinw

    Ooh Colin! You're a slave to the demon C-drink!!
    It's got you in its clutches!!

    You need saving from yourself!
    Originally posted by Pyxis


    Noooooooooooooooooooo!

    I'm afraid I'm most definitely siding with Colin on this one. The
    very thought of having to give up my beloved coffee (even for
    a month) could possibly be my worst nightmare ever!

    I'll admit it - I am a lover of coffee, couldn't possibly get through
    each day without my fix.

    Besides .....





    One for Bear, if she's hovering!


    (Courtesy of Wizard of Id on the Funny Peculiar thread).


    Bear, do hop over and say hello!
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    ^^ This pic is absolutely gorgeous!

    Hellooeee lovely Bear. Wishing you and yours a very
    Happy and Healthy 2018.


    When I was a child, I was given a distaff and spindle, made of cane, and shown how to spin wool.

    I wasn't very good at it........ the thread was quite lumpy!

    I kept the distaff and spindle for several years, but they eventually split and broke.

    It was interesting!
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    How wonderful! I love all things historical and this morning copied
    & pasted the 'Distaff Day' info to include in my morning post over
    in The Compers Inn.

    I also posted this link in case anyone was interested:

    https://www.craftcourses.com/categories/spinning-weaving-dyeing/spinning

    Must admit I like the sound of the first one on the list - have never
    heard of Clun Forest and Zwartbles sheep!

    Found them .....

    Zwartbles



    and Clun Forest



    Particularly love the look of the Zwartbles http://www.zwartbles.org/

    Well ... after this extraordinary lengthy post (even by my
    standards), I shall now reward myself with a scrumptious cup
    of coffee or two!


    Alfie xxx
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