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06-08-2020, 01:39   #3076
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That my English is improving by reading and researching words from this forum.
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06-08-2020, 09:02   #3077
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I was the remote. Sometimes I was also the indoors aerial...
Me too. I always felt aggrieved by this because my dad sat closer to the tv than anybody else.
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Smelling my dog after he has been groomed. He must think I'm very strange.
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06-08-2020, 17:15   #3079
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06-08-2020, 18:53   #3081
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Not trivial, but I brought my 15 year old dog to the vet on Tuesday Morning, and was given her death sentence (2 weeks left at most), as her malignant tumour was inoperable. I got a second Opinion Tuesday evening and she was brought straight into surgery. She’s home now sitting beside me, wagging her tail

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06-08-2020, 19:39   #3082
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That makes me sooo happy, Dtp!
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Not trivial but brought my 15 year old dog to the vet on Tuesday Morning, and was given her death sentence (2 weeks left at most), as her malignant tumour was inoperable. I got a second Opinion Tuesday evening and she was brought straight into surgery. She’s home now sitting beside me, wagging her tail
That's the best news!
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Not trivial but brought my 15 year old dog to the vet on Tuesday Morning, and was given her death sentence (2 weeks left at most), as her malignant tumour was inoperable. I got a second Opinion Tuesday evening and she was brought straight into surgery. She’s home now sitting beside me, wagging her tail
Great to hear
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I have been looking out for a faux black leather jacket for a while now.
Found the perfect one today in Penneys for €17!
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Found a tenner tucked in amongst some receipts in my wallet this morning
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Aware that I will likely not get the sld supports I need in uni in sept, I found an online course that covers the basics of some of the predictable parts of the courses . The courses were less than 20e each

I had a look at last terms uni books on the topic and the cost essential reading list came to about 100e to buy, and I cant be sure if these will be the ones referenced this sept as well.

The online course had a book that was downloadable and was one the uni list, today, a pdf arrives for the other two book from that list. My ex accounting heart is th the I have the books I need for less than half the uni price.

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I couldn’t get over to the UK for my grandson’s fifth birthday, so I texted Lilian Smith this morning and she read it out as a dedication. I sent the voice memo file over to my daughter, which she played for him. He was amazed that his birthday had been mentioned on “national radio in Ireland”.

Happy Birthday Harry xx
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Swimming in the sea. Fell back in love with it last month when I visited family in Mayo. The weather then was pure crap so I didn’t really enjoy it all that much. This morning I got up early and drove to a beach nearby. The water was perfect (apart from the jellyfish!) and I got my swim in before it got busy.
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