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Hi ladies. I haven't been on site for a while and just read about your experience Cath. So sorry you have to go through this worrying. I am sending positive vibes to you and keeping everything crossed. Big hug.
Love
Clare
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Cath. I have had calcificatios twice before . My biopsies were clear so stay positive. We all know how awful the wait is but are sending you our strength and love.

Gill xx

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Thank you for keeping us all updated Cath. It’s sounds rather trite to advise you to stay positive, especially after what you’ve been through already. Try and keep yourself as busy as possible, like you said you can’t change anything so worrying Wont help. I can promise you we’ll all be worrying for you! I have everything crossed for you (which made hoovering really difficult!). Please let us know how you get on next Thursday in your own time.

We’re with you all the way. 😘😘 xxx
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Cath - not been on for ages, just dropped in to check on everyone & sorry to hear about your mammo experience.  Am sending lots of positive vibes your way and will say some prayers for you. Hope the news is the best it can be on Thursday.

Sending you a big, squishy hug to keep you going,

Love, Julie

xxx

 

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My thoughts and prayers are with you Cath. It could still turn out to be ok couldn’t it?, and in the worst case it will have been caught very early.
Fill your weekend with lovely things, fingers crossed everything will be ok.

Sending big hugs xx
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@Slyolddog wrote:
Sorry Cath, only got back yesterday and just picked up the latest thread. I’ve got everything crossed for you and hope you get the results quickly. As others have said hopefully it’s a blurred image. Big hugs. Xxx

Thanks, Sylvie 

 

Not long back from my appointment and it wasn't a blurred image. :-( They did another mammogram and found some spots - calcification- they then did an ultrasound, hoping I could have an ordinary biopsy as the vac biopsy is quite hard for me with my AS. But I ended up having to have the vac biopsy - wasn't as bad as I thought - then another mammogram to check the marker they put it.

 

Won't get results till next week. I have an appointment for Thurs so please keep all prayers and positive thoughts going.

 

I'm going to try and put it out of my mind until then - no sense worrying about something I've no control over.

 

Hugs to all the July ladies

 

Cath

 

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Sorry Cath, only got back yesterday and just picked up the latest thread. I’ve got everything crossed for you and hope you get the results quickly. As others have said hopefully it’s a blurred image. Big hugs. Xxx
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@Karen2609 wrote:
Good luck tomorrow, Cath, I’ll be thinking of you xx

Thanks, Karen.

 

Will be leaving soon for my appointment. *Gulp* 

 

Hugs

 

Cath

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Good luck tomorrow, Cath, I’ll be thinking of you xx
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@lilac55 wrote:

Oh Cath.that must have been a shock.fingers crossed it just blurred image or something simple.

Sending you a big hug. 

Will be thinking of you on Friday xxxx


Thanks for the hugs, Gill.

 

I'm hoping it's just a blurred image, too. Thankfully, I don't have to wait too long to find out. Just have to get through today. :-)

 

Hugs

 

Cath

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Oh Cath.that must have been a shock.fingers crossed it just blurred image or something simple.

Sending you a big hug. 

Will be thinking of you on Friday xxxx

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@Karen2609 wrote:
Sorry Cath, I phrased my reply badly when I said it’s still a worry, what I meant was due to our previous experiences it’s only natural to worry even though there are lots of reasons you have been called back.
There’s a reason you are a writer and I’m not!!
Take care xxx

Karen, no apology necessary, I know exactly what you mean. It's because of our previous experience that I'm on edge, and also why I haven't told anyone except hubs - and only because he's driving me to the appointment. :-)

 

I appreciate the good wishes.

 

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Cath

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Sorry Cath, I phrased my reply badly when I said it’s still a worry, what I meant was due to our previous experiences it’s only natural to worry even though there are lots of reasons you have been called back.
There’s a reason you are a writer and I’m not!!
Take care xxx
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Oh Cath, sending lots of love and hugs to you. I’m sure they are just being cautious as you say but it is still a worry. Hopefully they’ll be able to put your mind at rest on Friday.
Thinking of you and keeping everything crossed xx
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Congrats on your half marathon time, Clare.

 

I went for my mammogram last Thursday and received a phone call this morning telling me I need to go back.

Booked in for Friday. Hoping they're just erring on the side of caution, but all positive thoughts would be gratefully received. :-(

 

Hugs to all the July ladies

 

Cath

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Hi Ladies
Sorry not been on here for ages, possibly a good sign that life is getting back to normal? Sounds like everyone is doing well, hopefully all is good with Wendy too and she is too busy to check in!
Not had my mammogram yet that is due in a couple of weeks and then I have oncology in August.
Been off work with Martin for the last week, loving the hot weather and watching the football. Also now the kids are older and no one needs picking up from school, we have sneaked in a couple of pub lunches whilst we should be decorating 😊.
Love to all, Karen x
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@Slyolddog wrote:
Good luck Cath, I’m sure you’ll be fine. Lovely day here in Hampshire too, sat in the garden under the shade with the glorious scent of the jasmine.

This is what summer should be like! Xx

Thanks, Sylvie 

 

The book reading actually went quite well. (Didn't end up in floods of tears, so that's a plus. lol)

 

Your garden sounds so restful - I love jasmine.

 

Weather is still gorgeous here. It's lovely to wake up to the sunshine every morning. Long may it continue.

 

Hugs

 

Cath

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Good luck Cath, I’m sure you’ll be fine. Lovely day here in Hampshire too, sat in the garden under the shade with the glorious scent of the jasmine.

This is what summer should be like! Xx
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@lilac55 wrote:
How did that happen ? Posted twice now. Please ignore.

Beach was fabulous.swam twice in the sea.
Gin festival here I come.xx

Are you sure you're not at the gin festival already? rofl

 

Another gorgeous day here in N. Ireland. I'm off in a bit to do a book reading - my least favourite thing. Wish me luck ladies.

 

Hugs

 

Cath

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How did that happen ? Posted twice now. Please ignore.

Beach was fabulous.swam twice in the sea.
Gin festival here I come.xx
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Haha  Clare who is Eric??

Sylvie I loved your shout out to everyone.Would be lovely for update .

Weekend away sounded lovely.no watering the garden ,cooking meals.bliss.

Am loving the weather. Am off to the beach today with some girlfriends.A swim in the sea a must.Life is so busy once retired.it's having the choice is liberating.Sorry not rubbing it in Slyvie.xxx

 

Clare every area so different.I got signed off from Drs after 2 years as no on going problems.or treatment planned.

Liked  2 letters .one for each boon.made me laugh.

 

Cath how is life in Northern Ireland ? 

 

We haven't heard from Wendy for awhile have we? Hope she is ok and just busy living life.

Well ladies time to get out of the bed and get ready for my day out.

Tomorrow I am going to a cornish gin festival..What a busy life I lead.

 

Stay well,embrace life.

Hug to you all Gill xxx

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Hi Gill bl*** y autospell lol. It was typed as etc
So good to hear you're enjoying retirement. I wonder now where we got the time to go to work lol.
I could do with a dip in the sea today in fact this week with such lovely weather

Love to all
Clare
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How lovely to hear from so many July Ladies. :-)

 

Sylvie - lol on the boob letters. Bet you're excited about your Canada trip. Don't stress it. Everything that needs to be done will be done and if not... so what. All you need is your passport and money. (Oh, and your partner, better not forget him. lol)

 

Clare - thanks for the explanation re your 'last' appt. I'm doing self-assessment so I haven't had any hospital appointments except for my mammogram, which I'm still waiting to get for this year.

 

Sounds like you're enjoying retirement. Go you!

 

Gill - I LOVE swimming, mostly in the pool but you can't beat the beach, especially in this weather. Enjoy.

 

Life in N. Ireland is sunny at the moment. We had a long car trip yesterday to check out houses for our son's return to college in Sept - 5 hours in total - and it hit 32 degrees in the car!!!

 

Today I plan to stay in the shade. lol

 

Have fun at your gin festival.

 

Hugs to all the July ladies.

 

Cath

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Haha  Clare who is Eric??

Sylvie I loved your shout out to everyone.Would be lovely for update .

Weekend away sounded lovely.no watering the garden ,cooking meals.bliss.

Am loving the weather. Am off to the beach today with some girlfriends.A swim in the sea a must.Life is so busy once retired.it's having the choice is liberating.Sorry not rubbing it in Slyvie.xxx

 

Clare every area so different.I got signed off from Drs after 2 years as no on going problems.or treatment planned.

Liked  2 letters .one for each boon.made me laugh.

 

Cath how is life in Northern Ireland ? 

 

We haven't heard from Wendy for awhile have we? Hope she is ok and just busy living life.

Well ladies time to get out of the bed and get ready for my day out.

Tomorrow I am going to a cornish gin festival..What a busy life I lead.

 

Stay well,embrace life.

Hug to you all Gill xxx

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Hi Cath, Gill and Sylvie Eric. Good to hear. Sylvie holiday sounds great. Yes retirement is the key to get the time to do exactly what you like without stress. Thought I would miss work but too busy at the moment.

Cath it think it might be my last appt because I thought one get seen for 5 years then signed off. Maybe I shall get one more appt as not exactly 5 yrs yet. Diagnosed 31st Dec 2013. We shall see. I wouldn't mind being signed off as I hate hanging around hospitals. So depressing. Must be because I spend all my working years in them lol.

Well girls enjoy the lovely weather.

Love to all
Clare
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Evening ladies

 

Well here I am, in good old Blighty, and the weather's amazing!!  Better than that I'm actually emjoying it too, except for a short spell yesterday afternoon on a site visit when it was way too hot. Still, mustn't grumble.

 

Has anyone else had their results yet.  I got two identical letters both saying OK at the moment, they must have sent one for each boob! They'll be wanting their own postcode next. Woman Very Happy

 

How;s the lazyitis going Cath, let me know if they find a cure, I could sure do with it.  I come home full of good intent and then do precious little. Never mind. Gill you certainly don't sound like you're suffering from laziness and neither do you Clare.  Perhaps the key is to retire, maybe then I'll get a new lease of life.  It's amazing, I only need a few days off work and my eyes look clearer and I sleep better, and I feel more energetic.  Only 10 years to go.  Woman Sad

 

Well only 2 weeks now till we go to Canada and I can't wait. I am however starting to build the pre-holiday stress trying to get all the things doen that you have to sort out before you go. We went to Buxton for 3 nights this weekend and it was so nice just to get in the car and drive, no taxis, no airports, no worry about watering plants etc, it really was lovely.  Think himself is finally comong round to more travel in the UK at last.

 

Hoping we're all well, shout out to the girls who haven't been on for while, drop by if you get time please and let us know how you're doing.  (I sound like my mother!!)

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Clare

 

Congrats on your half marathon time. You must be delighted.

 

It sounds like you're enjoying your retirement.

 

Good luck with your appointment on the 21st Aug. Quick question, if you don't mind me asking: why will this be your last hospital appointment?

 

Hugs

 

Cath

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Hi Gill, Cath, Sylvie and any other July ladies due for mammogram. Good luck and everything crossed.
I don't have them anymore because of double mastectomy. One positive
I have been busy training and relaxing as much as poss. My running, dog walking and steelpan playing takes most of my day up. Not forgetting my socialising when I can squeeze it in. The joys of full retirement eh?

I completed my 1st half marathon on Sunday in 2hrs and 36 mins. It was hot and Hilly but very well organised.

Hope you ladies are trying to enjoy life to the fullest. My next and I hope my last hospital appt will be on 21st August.
Hugs to all

Clare x x
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Hi Gill,

 

It has been quiet in here, hasn't it? Good to know that we're all getting on with our lives, but also nice to know we still have the forum if we want to catch up.

I'm due my mamogram appointment next month - I think I'm a month after everyone. Here's hoping for good results all around again.

 

Weather has been fab here and I've been enjoying every minute. Storms came in last night, and it's a bit overcast this morning, but still warm.

 

I'm looking for an agent for this next book. (Thought I'd try that rather than a publisher this time around.) Haven't subbed it much yet. Yes, I've got lazyitis. :-)

 

Enjoy your couple of Dave-free days ;-)

 

Hugs to all the July ladies

 

Cath

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Good morning to you all.

I hope this quite posting means that everybody has been keeping well,busy living life and happy.

 

I am adjusting to having Dave home all the time.With all this dry and sunny weather( except for today so far)

we have been busy hedge trimming if no birds nesting trying to get them to a manageable height.We are nearly halfway round the garden.

I have still been finding time for meeting up with my friends.

Dave is going to a reunion 29 th June for 2 nights so I am looking forward to pleasing myself..

 

Clare hope your running is still going well.

 

Sylvie soon be time to pack for Canada.have a fabulous time.

 

Cath prepare for good weather !!! Have you managed to find a publisher now for your book.?.

 

Wendy what are you up to I wonder.? 

I have a dreadful memory these days and if not written down I just forget things. 

 

It's mammogram time for us all so let's have a year of positive results so that we can celebrate 4 years clear xxx

Hugs to all July ladies whether you post on here or not.

Gill xx

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Hiya Gill *Waves*

 

Sylvie - I shall put those dates in my diary. lol. Enjoy Canada.

 

Clare - Congrats to your son for running the Boston marathon in such conditions. (And to you for standing out in that weather to cheer everyone on.)

 

Hope you both feel better soon, and have a chance to enjoy the rest of your trip.

 

Hugs to all the July ladies

 

Cath

 

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Oh Clare poor you . HOPE feeling better soon and your son. Congratulations on his marathon run. The UK runners baked in the hot temperatures.

HOPE you managed to enjoy San Francisco despite having flu.

 

Gill xx

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Hi ladies. I am travelling in the USA with my son. He ran Boston marathon in 2:44 It was the worst weather ever! 1:12 were treated for hypothermia after the run. 24 elites (more than half) dropped out of the race. I am very proud of my son for doing better than the elites by completing the race . I deserve a medal just for being a spectator. I have never felt so cold.

We then went to San Francisco and we are now in Mill Valley and guess what. We both caught the flu. I was amazed how expensive medicine is in the USA. We are lucky in the UK.
Well We hope to get beer by next week Sunday as my son is doing another marathon in Big Sur.
Hope you are all fine
love
Clare.
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Hi ladies I am in Mill Valley
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Cath, we go to Canada for a 3 week trip on July 12th so you can book your UK holidays in those weeks. 🌞🌞🌞😩
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@Slyolddog wrote:

Well I'm back and the good weather here has predictably done a runner.  Had a really lovely week in Abu Dhabi, weather was gorgeous although a bit hot on Sunday at 38 degrees. Too much for me even in the pool. Drinks were outrageously expensive but the food in the hotel was wonderful, as was the service and the general hotel facilities. I would like to think we will definitely go back as it's a great place for some winter sun.

 

Clare, I think you're amazing for doing your running.  I know I've said this before but I really need to get my act together and do some exercise, there's really no excuse.

 

Despite the poor weather that has welcomed me home the good weather that you all enjoyed while I was gone has really brought the garden on, that was lovely to come home to. Flowers everywhere.

 

Have a great week everyone, Cath no leaving your writing area until you've finished the next book!! Woman Wink 

 

 


LOL. Still editing the next book, but shopping around for an agent this time and maybe a new publisher so it may be a while before the book is out.

 

So glad you had a good time in Abu Dhabi. It sounds very relaxing.

 

When's your next holiday? (Just checking to see when we get sunshine again. Smiley LOL)

 

Hugs to all the July ladies

 

Cath

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Well I'm back and the good weather here has predictably done a runner.  Had a really lovely week in Abu Dhabi, weather was gorgeous although a bit hot on Sunday at 38 degrees. Too much for me even in the pool. Drinks were outrageously expensive but the food in the hotel was wonderful, as was the service and the general hotel facilities. I would like to think we will definitely go back as it's a great place for some winter sun.

 

Clare, I think you're amazing for doing your running.  I know I've said this before but I really need to get my act together and do some exercise, there's really no excuse.

 

Despite the poor weather that has welcomed me home the good weather that you all enjoyed while I was gone has really brought the garden on, that was lovely to come home to. Flowers everywhere.

 

Have a great week everyone, Cath no leaving your writing area until you've finished the next book!! Woman Wink 

 

 

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Clare - post the link for sponsorship. I probably won't have any money until the end of the month, but I'd like to send something - it's a worthy cause.

 

Gill - I'm sure hubs won't know what's hit him when he finally sets eyes on your 'list' lol

 

Weather has turned nice here, but nothing in the league of England's glorious heatwave. Still, I'll take whatever we can get. :-)

 

Enjoy the sun July ladies.

 

Hugs

 

Cath

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Hi everyone

I will still be catching up with friends , walking and lunching.It is a new adventure but I will need time apart. 

Am more social than Dave.

I have a long list for him. ????

 

I love hot weather. Have been to Dubai a couple of times.It was very oppulant.

 

Keep up with the training .I have a friend who has done moonwalk x 4 . Says around 18-20 k difficult then is home run...

 

Xxx

 

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Hi Cath. My training is coming on slowly but surely I hope . Marathon in on the 16th Sept. Running for prostate cancer. If anyone would like to sponsor me please I will post the link.
Gill you and hubby can have lots of fun together or do your own separate things you always wanted to do.
love to July 14 ladies
Clare
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Gill - Congratulations to your husband on his retirement. Are you ready to have him home 24/7?

 

Sylvie - 19 degrees sounds bliss. Are you enjoying Abu Dhabi?

 

Clare - how's the training going? What date is the actual marathon? Sending positive thoughts.

I'm ready for the good weather. It's sunny this morning, but doesn't feel warm -yet. *Drums fingers impatiently.*

 

Hugs to all the July ladies.

 

Cath

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Hi ladies.
Hope everyone remains well and enjoying life and that you are enjoying your holiday Sylvie. I am in Boston USA with my marathon son. The weather is variable: mild then suddenly cold 3° C today. Typical! with the marathon planned for tomorrow. Brr.

Must dash off to training
love to all
Clare
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Cath, I think Abu Dhabi will be too hot for me to stay too long. The weather here was only about 19 degrees and it felt just right. Enjoy the good weather while you can, it will be back to rainy and cold by the time I return! 😩

Gill, what a lovely start to your husbands retirement. If my husband retires he will be locked out of the house at least 3 days a week or I’ll lose my sanity. 😬

I went to Charlestown years and years ago, 1980 I think. It was lovely.

Have a great week ladies, enjoy some decent weather. Xx
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Morning July ladies. 

Well I have woken up with my RETIRED husband next to me. He went to work  last night at 5 pm planning to be home by midnight but was home a 8 pm so  had some champagne.to celebrate.Out for lunch with family today.We are going to Charlestown where Plodark is filmed .sadly it's raining and windy.Am sure the sea will look spectacular.Cheers

 

Enjoy your day.

Love Gill xx

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@Slyolddog wrote:

Afternoon from a dreary Council office in Hampshire!

 

Julie I'm so sorry to hear your mum passed away, Alzheimers is just so cruel and distressing, especially for the family.  I'm glad you managed to get away for a break.  Madagascar sounds amazing too.

 

Gill, glad your results came through as ok, the wait and worry is over for another year. Personally I think I'll worry more after I go back to three yearly checks than I do now, maybe I will just always worry more. Can't wait to come off the tablets though.

 

Cath - I would think by now you are well over your bug and sitting huddled in a corner in a chocolatey mess.  I haven't started on my easter eggs yet as I know that when I open them I will just go for it.

 

Clare - well done on your 10K results, you're amazing.  I wish I could catch the exercise bug but it seems to evade me.  I have had the lazy bug all my life with no sign of a cure!!

 

Another damp and drizzly day here, really sick of this weather.  I'm off to Abu Dhabi next week for some sunshine, be prepared to get your sun screen out girls because whenever I go abroad we have a heatwave here. Woman Frustrated

 

Have a great week everyone. xx

 

 


 

The lazy bug... lol. I think I have a touch of that, too

 

Abu Dhabi sounds amazing. I hope you have a great holiday. Funnily enough, they said on TV today that we're due a heatwave next weeks so maybe there's something to you affecting the weather. In which case, if you want to stay in Abu Dhabi for a while, none of us mind. rofl.

 

Hugs to all the July ladies

 

Cathy

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Afternoon from a dreary Council office in Hampshire!

 

Julie I'm so sorry to hear your mum passed away, Alzheimers is just so cruel and distressing, especially for the family.  I'm glad you managed to get away for a break.  Madagascar sounds amazing too.

 

Gill, glad your results came through as ok, the wait and worry is over for another year. Personally I think I'll worry more after I go back to three yearly checks than I do now, maybe I will just always worry more. Can't wait to come off the tablets though.

 

Cath - I would think by now you are well over your bug and sitting huddled in a corner in a chocolatey mess.  I haven't started on my easter eggs yet as I know that when I open them I will just go for it.

 

Clare - well done on your 10K results, you're amazing.  I wish I could catch the exercise bug but it seems to evade me.  I have had the lazy bug all my life with no sign of a cure!!

 

Another damp and drizzly day here, really sick of this weather.  I'm off to Abu Dhabi next week for some sunshine, be prepared to get your sun screen out girls because whenever I go abroad we have a heatwave here. Woman Frustrated

 

Have a great week everyone. xx

 

 

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Hope everyone enjoyed Easter . and Cath your tummy bug is recovered so you could enjoy some of your chocolates.
Keep well everyone
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@JuStwrote:

Thanks for your kind thoughts Cath & Karen.  xx

 

Alzheimer's certainly seems to be a biggie that affects so many people and unfortunately obviously grows as the population gets older Smiley Sad

 

Cath - I hope your tummy is feeling better now so you can catch up on some choccy! xx

 

Hope everyone is doing well

xxx


 

Still no chocolate, but stomach is MUCH better today. In fact, it's such a horrible day outside - cold and wet - that I may just indulge in a hot bubble bath, followed by some mindless TV and yes, I may even attempt to work my way through my chocolate stash. rofl

 

Stay warm July ladies

 

Hugs

 

Cathy

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Thanks for your kind thoughts Cath & Karen.  xx

 

Alzheimer's certainly seems to be a biggie that affects so many people and unfortunately obviously grows as the population gets older Smiley Sad

 

Cath - I hope your tummy is feeling better now so you can catch up on some choccy! xx

 

Hope everyone is doing well

xxx

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So sorry to hear about your Mum, Julie. Alzheimer’s is such an awful illness, my thoughts are with you xx
Cath, hope you have both recovered from your bug now and eating lots of chocolate to make up xx
Hugs to all the July ladies, hope everyone is well xx