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Oh god. The horror.
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UniversalRinging wrote:Oh god. The horror.
Yes. I am quite intimate with all of the rest rooms at Frankfurt airport. :oops:
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NickB wrote:Woo hoo! He passed!!!
Awesome! :D :notworthy:
that's fabulous! congrats to Alex! :notworthy:
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Pista wrote:
UniversalRinging wrote:Oh god. The horror.
Yes. I am quite intimate with all of the rest rooms at Frankfurt airport. :oops:
Ah, Frankfurt. I spent a week there one day, flying back from Vilnius.
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taking stock and trying to sort/clean/dry the cd rack that came crashing down last night when the kitchen got flooded and the water came from the ceiling.

But first a cuppa coffee & some HL time, it has been way too long!
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Oh cr@p!

You got insurance?
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Pista wrote:Oh cr@p!

You got insurance?
Not too sure insurance will cover it, Steve. We'll see... the damage is mostly paper and cd's (digipacks & water don't mix), but the electrical appliances got saved in time. And how can anyone pay back the first Cure cd I ever bought back in the day... My much loved copy of Entreat got very wet. Cd itself looks okay so that will still play I'm sure, and the inlays are laid out to dry the best they can.
Or the drawings my kids made for my birthday... all gone, but can't put a price on that.

All because a drainpipe got obstructed and the water found another way, as it always does. But hey, it could be worse, it could've been the record collection :wink:
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Out with my wife for a few at our local. We’ve been invaded by young Democratic Party operatives who can neither hold their liquor nor modulate their voices.

I loathe them, because they are ruining this place. I hope to god they don’t live in this neighborhood.
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Today I have mostly putting together a new book of my artwork.

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Backing up the photo drive on the every 6 months or so replace/add a drive. Smoking loads of cigarettes as ever and demolishing the output of a medium sized coffee plantation or two.
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lazarus corporation wrote:Today I have mostly putting together a new book of my artwork.

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Which now has a cover:

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lazarus corporation wrote:Today I have mostly putting together a new book of my artwork.
That looks good ... :D ...
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lazarus corporation wrote:Today I have mostly putting together a new book of my artwork.
That looks good ... :D ...
Thank you - it's coming together nicely
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Cleaning out fountain pens, now I need to find a nice purple ink though I am sure I had some.
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... getting started with my new job. Okay, it's for the same company, but at other dept... I don't know the job, but I know the game ;D
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radiojamaica wrote:... getting started with my new job. Okay, it's for the same company, but at other dept... I don't know the job, but I know the game ;D
Best of luck with it K. :)
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Pista wrote: Best of luck with it K. :)
Thanx S. ;D :notworthy:
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Re-planting the balcony boxes
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Pista wrote:Re-planting the balcony boxes
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looks lovely Steve! you must have green fingers!

been such a busy week with a kitten in the house again. but suffice to say we are all in love with him and he is amazing.
also my kiddiewinks both passed finals with incredible results so hard work does pay off.

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MadameButterfly wrote: looks lovely Steve! you must have green fingers!

been such a busy week with a kitten in the house again. but suffice to say we are all in love with him and he is amazing.
also my kiddiewinks both passed finals with incredible results so hard work does pay off.

:D
Yeah, I kind of surprised myself at my inability to kill plants :lol:
Well done the kiddies :notworthy:

&...picture of said kitten? :innocent:
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oh for fuckssakes...he looks huge...sorry about the size. first time doing this from my phone :oops:

thanks Steve super proud of them!
just remember to water the plants and the other hot stuff you have planted :D
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awww, such a cute kitty!! :D :D :D
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MadameButterfly wrote:Image

oh for fuckssakes...he looks huge...sorry about the size. first time doing this from my phone :oops:

thanks Steve super proud of them!
just remember to water the plants and the other hot stuff you have planted :D
Dawwww.
Fixed the bigness for you ;)
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thank you Charlie 8) we saved him from the shed he was born in, totally wild @ 10 weeks with no human contact before us which was quite sad. first evening he didn't eat or drink, i removed 2 ticks from him as soon as i could catch him and even slept downstairs so he could get used to me. second day fed via straw with cat's milk & even ate. now sleeps on us and all going very well.

Steve ~ thank you honey! *Dusky* looks better now :wink: :lol:
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