Sunday, 7 February 2016

Sunday sentences

I was well chuffed to find that link to Hoots Mon worked yesterday, I wonder how I did it? This is a constant discussion here when I struggle to work something out on t'internet and then have no idea how to do the same thing again! "But you just did it" he says.

Had a text message to say I could pick Col up at 10 this morning so he is now safely home, fast asleep and will be able to have a good nights rest after 4  broken nights. 

Good rugby games yesterday, Dylan Hartley managed his first game as captain without getting himself into trouble - thank goodness.

I heard we have storm Imogen on the way, over the south of the country this time, I'm glad Northern England and Scotland are having a break from storms.

Welcome to Wendywu and Pamela  who are new followers

Thank you to everyone for the kind comments, Col will read them all when he wakes up

Back Tomorrow
Sue

17 comments:

  1. Dylan Hartley, along with several other Saints players, used to go to the same gym as me when we lived in Northampton.....he had blonde curls then and looked like butter wouldn't melt in his mouth, you'd never have guessed he had a, erm, thuggish side to him! Glad Col is now home, hope he manages to have a good few days.

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  2. Pleased Colin is safely home where it is warm and quiet. Do hope he feels much better after his nap and something worth watching on t.v.

    Is there a meteorological criteria for naming a storm that will impact heavily populated area of the U.K? In your opinion has the weather changed a great deal from when you were growing up?

    I do understand if you choose not to answer if this is a bothersome question with everything else going on in your life.

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    1. This naming the storm thing is new this year, no-one has explained why, before this we just had normal windy winter weather!
      The things we have noticed most re climate change is we no longer have definite seasons, there is no longer any guarantee that three months of summer will be summery or the 3 months of winter will be cold. It is certainly windier in the last few years too. Almost any month of the year can be extra wet or we get several months extra dry! It's all very odd, and of course this is only here on the East coast, across in Wales things can be completely different!

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  3. Great news Colin is home, where you can ensure he gets his rest and care. Hubby will watch Wales today.

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  4. Yes, just to add what others have said, good news that Col is now home again - onwards and upwards, Col!

    Oh, your first para about not knowing how you managed to do something on t'internet is often echoed here! Husband (now 80) taught himself AutoCAD in his last years of employment (he was a senior engineer in an electrical components factory and had been there for 35 years) which was no mean achievement, but in the last few years has been teaching himself AutoCAD 3D as well, which is a whole new ball game. Who says the oldies can't master the new technology? Not this fella! But ask him to do an email and he's flummoxed ... horses for courses, innit?
    Margaret P

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    1. I often find I can find a simple answer/demo on www.youtube.com saved me a few times - just saying.

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    2. Thanks for that SanyExpat ... we have a smart TV in our bed sitting room so husband often goes to watch prog on engineering and so forth on that, he also says it's excellent with the demos. But thanks for mentioning it.
      Margaret P

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    3. I meant "SandyExpat" - sorry for the typo.
      Margaret P

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  5. I'm glad he's home he will rest a lot easier now I'm sure. x

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  6. Nice to have Col back home for a while - and very good to have some decent rugby to watch on the telly too with a cuppa and perhaps a home made treat? :)

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  7. Good that Col is back and sleeping in his own bed. Broken sleep just makes everything much worse doesn't it?

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  8. Commented - but find I put it on yesterday's page, not today's. So hopeless with all this, that although I'd like to copy and paste it to here, I don't know how with the iPad - sorry! xx

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  9. Let him have a really good slumber... Time to spoil him me thinks! x

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  10. Hope he rested well, and that you have a great week.

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  11. Good to hear that Col is home hope he had a settled night at home. Yes storm Imogen is here in force its been a terrible weekend her in the West country, floods everywhere and the wind and the rain this morning is awful sounds like there are a load of ghosts whistling around the house and down the chimneys. dee

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  12. So pleased to hear he is home, nowhere better to recover and sleep

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  13. Its always great to come home. Sleep is an important element in the healing process and good food which I sure he'll get now he's home.

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