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13-10-2019, 13:38   #16
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Th is Soda bread with melted cheese

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Ahh Seph.. I wanted to be the 10k magic poster in the other one.
I was waiting for the confetti to fall and the jingle.







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13-10-2019, 13:43   #17
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When we moved to this house 23 yrs ago there was a little fella up the road, about ten or so, who used to cycle around and stop up for a chat and watch the OH working on his bike. He is in his 30s now and still stops up for a chat and a look
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Slowly getting back to normal here...missus still in hospital but over her little operation, eldest chick team won their gaa football final this afternoon so she happy.....got the car sorted and back home, only €60 for a call out to fix a puncture.......thanks everyone for all your wishes.......boobie photos were quite welcome as well ...lol lol








Except for the ones that had a belly button between them lol lol
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Sunday morning wank.
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The feeling you get when wearing really nice clothes in a nice setting.

I wore a beautiful, colourful saree for my friends wedding recently and I’ve never felt more glamorous in my life. (His wife is of Indian heritage and they had a blended wedding)

I got so many compliments, felt incredibly beautiful and the photographer and videographer got me to pose for them.

Far from your bog standard Irish wedding.
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I received a framed print of Nikita Gill's poem "Temporary and permanent" with a watercolour border, from my fiancee. The poem couldn't be more fitting and meaningful. Happy indeed
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I never thought I'd say say but the England soccer team kicking Bulgarias ass 6-0. Need to cut out this racist shyt out of sport
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Preloved clothing shopping. I don't have any issue with pre owned things in fact it's better for the environment and I could look through hundreds of pages of new clothes and not see a single thing I liked. Mentioned I like ebay UK for this and someone suggested another site. I like nearly everything on it. She did me a big favour as clothes shopping used to be a chore for me.
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Two of our grandchildren are graduating on the same day in different universities and, as their parents can't be in two places at once, Mrs S and I have been asked if we'd attend one and be their for our grandson. Absolutely chuffed and proud to do it.

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Got my hair colour done today and I love it
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This weather. Coffee and reading a book in the garden this morning, then got the lawns cut. Mid October - Long may it last.
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This weather. Coffee and reading a book in the garden this morning, then got the lawns cut. Mid October - Long may it last.
Yep great time of year. I just got a call from Vanuatu. Did I answer it, no but nice to know somebody out on some remote pacific Island is thinking of me officially on my map now
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A blast from the past good song on the radio
https://youtu.be/LLs-JP5FGAg
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I heard a pheasant's call yesterday.
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