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I have come to the conclusion that you 'younguns' have no sense of adventure. I asked my son-in law to give me a help with putting my christmas decorations ( a great big father christmas) up on my roof. For some reason he very rudely declined. He reckoned putting it up in a 40 mph wind a might to breezy. I said that as it was a bungalow it isn't that high. I think it might have been the thought of getting a litle wet that detered him( 2 ins rain in 2 hours). Mind you to be fair the wind was gusting up to 80mph. I offered to hold the ladder but no chance was amongst the other rather rude things he said. Now I have to wait till the weather improves and do it myself. I always say if you want something done properly do it yourself.
Sussexman

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I do think the weather

I do think the weather conditions were not quite right either Sussexman !!

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Hi Maryescott

Hi Maryescott have you and mouse got them recipes sorted yet?
Sussexman

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I think so, but we need some

I think so, but we need some of the old people to come back so we can continue our bus trip to New England !!

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Hey Colin, I we didn't live so far away from you......

Mary Scott and I would both be over there in a heartbeat to help you!


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