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Old 15-04-2012, 21:33
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You think he ditched the maccy d?
No never
He may just have added something
A bit more healthy
I hope
Bananaaaaaaaaa"s
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:34
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No never
He may just have added something
A bit more healthy
I hope
Avocado?

That too
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:37
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Good carbs for health
And some good fat in the avo too
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:39
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Avocado?



That too
No thats what i think of you Bananaaaaaa's

but milk is good to
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:39
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your not going on and on
they are all very normal worries
and they will still drop in
i,m sure
pleased you got to spend the day
with your daughter
but no to the Maccy ds

and if you need to chat
we are here or pm
Thanks - truly
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:41
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No thats what i think of you Bananaaaaaa's

but milk is good to
Wholemeal pitta is tasty with peanut butter.....
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:41
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Good carbs for health
And some good fat in the avo too
He can ask us for advice,anytime

No thats what i think of you Bananaaaaaa's

but milk is good to
I like bananaaaaaa's

He loves milk
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:42
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my pleasure
always lindy loo
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:46
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Well thats me
got to get my angel ready for college tomorrow

Goodnight bblover,lindy and the jjat

back tomorrow
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:53
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Well thats me
got to get my angel ready for college tomorrow

Goodnight bblover,lindy and the jjat

back tomorrow
Georgyx
Goodnight georgy
Hope the college course is going well

Lindy xx
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Old 15-04-2012, 21:56
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Well thats me
got to get my angel ready for college tomorrow

Goodnight bblover,lindy and the jjat

back tomorrow
Georgyx
Night night.xxx
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Old 15-04-2012, 23:04
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Night all xx
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Old 16-04-2012, 07:28
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They've only seen the internet details
And they do like it
No-one couldn't, really

You're right
The upheaval is getting me down
That and moving
Further away from the girls

I don't think they have any idea
How upset I am about it
Lindy - congratulations on the house. Upheaval, change is always difficult.

As for moving further away from the girls - it may just be a good thing for you They will still visit, they will still call you - they are still in the UK. Hard as it is you must look on the bright side. When you get to a certain age (I should know) - you just don't think you will have new challenges or experiences in life. Look at all the positives - you found somewhere nice to live, you will have more time with your o/h, the girls will still visit and call you and it's a new experience and challenge for you - getting to know new people, finding out what is around the area.

Please, please look at this move positively. I hate to see you upset.
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Old 16-04-2012, 07:34
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Morning all.

Someone mentioned a party - for John, Olympics, Queen's Jubilee - or Lindy's housewarming?

Do we need the cheerleading squad again? If not, I'm happy to make some canapes and throw in a bottle of champagne.

Frost has killed some of my tulips - they have such floppy little heads.

Must go, hubby off to work.

Be positive Lindy - it's a bright new day.
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Old 16-04-2012, 11:47
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Goodnight georgy
Hope the college course is going well

Lindy xx
Its going very well for him

its a life skills course,
aimed at independent living
washing, cooking , shopping all the basic life skills


Good Morning to the JJat
hope all are well
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Old 16-04-2012, 14:30
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Its going very well for him

its a life skills course,
aimed at independent living
washing, cooking , shopping all the basic life skills


Good Morning to the JJat
hope all are well
georgyx
Sounds like what they do at Laura's school once they reach a certain age - they don't leave school until they are 19. They have an apartment there where they learn things - independence living skills, all that sort of thing
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Old 16-04-2012, 15:15
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They've only seen the internet details
And they do like it
No-one couldn't, really

You're right
The upheaval is getting me down
That and moving
Further away from the girls

I don't think they have any idea
How upset I am about it




Good luck with the house Lindy. BIB Think of me and you will be fine.How far away am I from my Mum?
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Old 16-04-2012, 15:46
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Thanks so much everyone, for your posts and PM's

I really am sorry to be such a pain - I am not usually like this, honest!

Anyway this is just to let you know that I have withdrawn our offer on the 'lovely house, wrong position'. At the end of the day I believe that location is the most important thing, and pergolas, patios and Poggenpohl kitchens can't be any substitute for people

Nyannie and ucra, I feel for you living so far from home, and take your thoughts on board - and yours, kay, georgy, marion and bblover. What a fantastic group of people you are - and anyone else I've missed.

I'll hope to cheer up now - the right place is out there somewhere!!

With love,

Lindy xx
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Old 16-04-2012, 18:38
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Thanks so much everyone, for your posts and PM's

I really am sorry to be such a pain - I am not usually like this, honest!

Anyway this is just to let you know that I have withdrawn our offer on the 'lovely house, wrong position'. At the end of the day I believe that location is the most important thing, and pergolas, patios and Poggenpohl kitchens can't be any substitute for people

Nyannie and ucra, I feel for you living so far from home, and take your thoughts on board - and yours, kay, georgy, marion and bblover. What a fantastic group of people you are - and anyone else I've missed.

I'll hope to cheer up now - the right place is out there somewhere!!

With love,

Lindy xx
It may not be PC to say so, but I'm really glad you did! I PM'd Kay earlier saying I was worried about you, cause my Mum moved to a house with Dad and she can't drive, now she's stuck with a man losing his marbles and can't get to the nearest town as there's a bus once a week only. She hates it.

So I'm glad you've re-thought; you really need to be happy, so I am glad... and I should have PM'd that myself

edit: and I'm also glad you shared your worries with us; I've done it enough times myself here on DS, it really does help
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Old 16-04-2012, 18:47
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It may not be PC to say so, but I'm really glad you did! I PM'd Kay earlier saying I was worried about you, cause my Mum moved to a house with Dad and she can't drive, now she's stuck with a man losing his marbles and can't get to the nearest town as there's a bus once a week only. She hates it.

So I'm glad you've re-thought; you really need to be happy, so I am glad... and I should have PM'd that myself

edit: and I'm also glad you shared your worries with us; I've done it enough times myself here on DS, it really does help
Thanks Ali
It's great to have friends on here who are quite neutral (and often anonymous as well !! ). Makes it easier to air the issues, I think. Sorry to hear about your mum, I guess she can't really move again now, can she?? What a way to live....I do hope things somehow improve for her
Thanks again - and do continue to share your own worries if needed x
Lindy x
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Old 16-04-2012, 19:07
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Thanks so much everyone, for your posts and PM's

I really am sorry to be such a pain - I am not usually like this, honest!

Anyway this is just to let you know that I have withdrawn our offer on the 'lovely house, wrong position'. At the end of the day I believe that location is the most important thing, and pergolas, patios and Poggenpohl kitchens can't be any substitute for people

Nyannie and ucra, I feel for you living so far from home, and take your thoughts on board - and yours, kay, georgy, marion and bblover. What a fantastic group of people you are - and anyone else I've missed.

I'll hope to cheer up now - the right place is out there somewhere!!

With love,

Lindy xx
BIB Very wise Lindyxx
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Old 16-04-2012, 19:53
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Thank you georgy
You are lovely xx

I guess this was prompted by
Daughter no 2 calling round today
We went and bought her a coat
Then popped to Argos and Homebase
For mops and buckets
And things like that
And finished off
With a Maccy D

Oh and then looked at her docs
For her appraisal at work
Next week

It's the spontaneity I'll miss

It'll be much harder
To do stuff like that

I've never moved away from them before
It's always been them
Making the moves

Sorry to go on...and on
And it's not exactly
On topic


its so hard sometimes being a mum...there is always something you feel a failure for!!! trouble is once they get to a certain age, they need to be independent of you, yet will still need you, so its hard to find a good balance that suits both them and you....

with mine at uni and being 22 and 19, I really sympathise....Im trying to change and not to just think of them as my little babies...but as independent women...but I find it so difficult....

and it also means a huge sea change for me, having put them and their need first for so long...its hard to try and think of myself ..and to put myself and my needs first.....


im glad you withdrew your offer, if it wasnt the right house....are you still looking or will you leave it for a few months?


maybe moving somewhere smaller on a temporary basis, while you decide what you both really want to do, might make sense......
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Old 16-04-2012, 19:55
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evening everyone....Im missing you all, has anything exciting happened? send me a pm so I dont miss anything!!


love all the dietary advice....hope John is being sensible, and that he realises how much we all miss him...

all he has to do is to say a quick Hi, and we will be happy for days.......
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Old 16-04-2012, 20:27
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Thanks so much everyone, for your posts and PM's

I really am sorry to be such a pain - I am not usually like this, honest!

Anyway this is just to let you know that I have withdrawn our offer on the 'lovely house, wrong position'. At the end of the day I believe that location is the most important thing, and pergolas, patios and Poggenpohl kitchens can't be any substitute for people

Nyannie and ucra, I feel for you living so far from home, and take your thoughts on board - and yours, kay, georgy, marion and bblover. What a fantastic group of people you are - and anyone else I've missed.

I'll hope to cheer up now - the right place is out there somewhere!!

With love,

Lindy xx
Haha. This made me laugh. Poggenpohl always sounds like a programme on CBeebies.

Glad you've made your mind up about the 'to move or not to move' . You will find the right place. Will this do?

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...8bROvL4J8IWRmb
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Old 16-04-2012, 21:01
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Haha. This made me laugh. Poggenpohl always sounds like a programme on CBeebies.

Glad you've made your mind up about the 'to move or not to move' . You will find the right place. Will this do?

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...8bROvL4J8IWRmb
Yes, it does....

Well, it's handy for the West End, but could be a bit islolated, don't you think?
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