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IanKennedy wrote:Get well soon.
Thanks. I am... mostly better. I think.
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Hi all I just tried to log in here with my work username and password. It did not work. :bangwall:

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Angharrad wrote:Hi all I just tried to log in here with my work username and password. It did not work. :bangwall:

Long week and it's only Wednesday.
The brain do really be like that sometimes.
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Angharrad wrote:Hi all I just tried to log in here with my work username and password. It did not work. :bangwall:

Long week and it's only Wednesday.
We've all been there.
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Been away for 4 days to celebrate my friend's birthday with her. Ended up in hospital after a fall after walking her home, luckily nothing broken, but my ankle was twice the size, all strapped up now, and badly sprained and bruised, and strained tendon. Should be fine after a week or so rest. Had to change plans, as were supposed to go to a theme park, but instead just ate a lot, chatted, and saw Endgame and Shazam. Had a great time, injury aside, and she'll go the the theme park with her fella instead at the weekend, so it worked out okay. Have cancelled all upcoming appointments/meet up for the newt week to give my foot time to heal.
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Tinadrin Chelnor wrote:Been away for 4 days to celebrate my friend's birthday with her. Ended up in hospital after a fall after walking her home, luckily nothing broken, but my ankle was twice the size, all strapped up now, and badly sprained and bruised, and strained tendon. Should be fine after a week or so rest. Had to change plans, as were supposed to go to a theme park, but instead just ate a lot, chatted, and saw Endgame and Shazam. Had a great time, injury aside, and she'll go the the theme park with her fella instead at the weekend, so it worked out okay. Have cancelled all upcoming appointments/meet up for the newt week to give my foot time to heal.
I'm glad you had a good time, despite your injury. Glad it wasn't broke.
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Well, some sad news from my family. One of my aunts had to put down her dog, Tucker. :(
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RK_Striker_JK_5 wrote:Well, some sad news from my family. One of my aunts had to put down her dog, Tucker. :(
I'm so sorry, that sucks. :(
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Sorry for your Aunt's loss.
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Nutso wrote:Sorry for your Aunt's loss.
Graham Kennedy wrote:
RK_Striker_JK_5 wrote:Well, some sad news from my family. One of my aunts had to put down her dog, Tucker. :(
I'm so sorry, that sucks. :(
Thanks. She's doing as well as she can.
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Picked up my new car yesterday:

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IanKennedy wrote:Picked up my new car yesterday:

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Ooh, that's a shiny and beautiful car, Ian! Nice, dude.
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Your turn to drive to the cinema next time, Ian! :)
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Indeed. We like it. Well we wouldn't have bought it if we didn't ;)
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My favorite color blue too. All of my cars have been that color or slight variation of it.
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