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05-04-2020, 17:33   #61
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Brought a rotisserie so might just have a chicken sandwich for dinner.

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Agh I've to rake out and empty the fire ashes. I need my own ppe for this disgusting job.
What's everyone else actually doing to pass the time?
I'm trying to better my programming and problem solving skills as well as watching cat videos from Japan :3
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05-04-2020, 17:34   #62
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Doing a bit of catch up on office stuff. Take my head off worrying about stuff. Going to make a nice dinner. Lots of fresh veg, potatoes and fish. And maybe a couple of glasses of red - havent had red in years.

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mmmm sounds lovely.......




*slides plate across the counter*
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05-04-2020, 17:39   #63
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Oh god. Rotisserie chicken!
Why are you teasing us like this?


*somehow I managed to type "rotisserie chickmen". That was weird.
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Agh I've to rake out and empty the fire ashes. I need my own ppe for this disgusting job.
What's everyone else actually doing to pass the time?
playing games online, doing my book, watching tv shows/movies and a bit of cooking

I'm couchside with the cat on my feet
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05-04-2020, 17:55   #65
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Yep... abandoned...trees growing thru it.. furniture, crockery etc all there...I guess they picked their suitcases up and just left
That must have been so strange. I have seen houses abandoned but none with crockery and furniture still there. You remember the Chernobyl incident? Or are you too young?
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One of my kids has organised a virtual quiz for the family on Tuesday night. The topic Eurovision. Proud parent moment!!!
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05-04-2020, 18:11   #67
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That must have been so strange. I have seen houses abandoned but none with crockery and furniture still there. You remember the Chernobyl incident? Or are you too young?
I love urbex and all related stuff, could look at abandoned places all day
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I'm keeping busy by sorting through stuff and tidying, it's amazing the crap you accumulate. Jobs that had been put on the long finger, along with some I'd no real intention of ever doing, are getting done.

I had cleared the "I'll just leave this here and worry about it later room" but it's slowing filling up with piles for the charity shops and landfill. It'll be like an exciting day out when I can finally get the stuff out of the house.

Some work work to do each weekday as well, but not anywhere near a full day.
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I have chicken breast on the bone and cauliflower cheese in the oven and doing a bit of spinach to add some colour to the plate.
Spent today in a bit of a funk, but went for a walk in the rain and feel great again! It’s the little things.

In terms of things to keep busy, I am watching Parks and Recreation for the 500th time, my go to happy show and learning Russian using Rosetta Stone. There are 3 months free for students but looks as if anyone can use it. I can recognise the difference between boy, man, girl and woman...

Hope everyone has a good evening and that those worried about loved ones get some good news.
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Holy sh#t Widders! That’s serious! ��

I’m just back for a wall, saw a lot of folks that should be cocooning out and about.. playing a dangerous game there!

Few snaps of a day you’d expect to find in the middle of July ��
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I had cleared the "I'll just leave this here and worry about it later room".
I just finished doing this! So satisfying and wonderfully distracting. It's like shedding an old skin everytime I finish a long overdue task!
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Top of the world (slight exaggeration)
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The persistent feeling that I'm going out or meant to be going out has nagged me all day. Without thinking, I put a dress and makeup on. Maybe himself will surprise me and turn up, but with his mum unwell, I doubt it.

Going to get a photo of an interesting flower just opening.


]QUOTE=Gremlinertia;113065672]I love urbex and all related stuff, could look at abandoned places all day[/QUOTE]

I know a photographer (online acquaintance) who produced a book of urbEx photos. It's absolutely gorgeous, "Orphans of time". Its been on my lottery list forever.
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That is one fine running track Smurf!
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You're not doing your running on that path on the right side of the barrier are you????

I'm terrified of heights. The thought of that is making my stomach flip flop.
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