Friday 17.2.17



120 responses to “Friday 17.2.17”

  1. fiftyoneandabitmorenow says :

    That’s lovely, Clocks. I have a prospective and I v much hope comes to pass DiL Elect who makes it her business to stay in touch, she says a good relationship between us 2 makes her happy and she is just lovely.

    But go on, please. x

  2. neartheclocktower says :

    Ah, remember now that the other driver drove Mr to a phone box and they both made necessary calls. I was left with a wrecked car!

  3. neartheclocktower says :

    51, when you discover a whole new family that you really get on with it’s something special.

  4. xenium1 says :

    Ooh, Alan Carr live on telly. Well, ye know what I mean.

    I like the speccy git… πŸ™‚

  5. neartheclocktower says :

    The whole car escapade ended well. Mr’s dad persuaded the garage to write it off so they got loads of insurance money. They were intending to downgrade to one car anyway.

  6. fiftyoneandabitmorenow says :

    Clock’s, husband #2s’ were like that, still friends with his sister, when I had a daughter with h#3, h#2’s family sent me and her gifts whilst h#3’s mother was a witch and never acknowledged either me or h#3’s first wife as she had had a former husband. Takes all sorts. Interesting life, that sort of thing. πŸ˜‰ x

  7. xenium1 says :

    Clock’s, husband #2s’…

    Woah, too many commas & apostrophes. Cannot compute.

    Je je. Ever the teacher, even when drunk. πŸ˜‰

    Sorry. On the way home saw a taxi with a lit sign which read Jolly Cab’s. Aaargh… πŸ™‚

  8. neartheclocktower says :

    Took the watch to the emergency service at our clinic just in case she had a bacterial infection that could be treated with antibiotics. She hasn’t, just rest needed and paracetamol to take down her temperature. Should be OK for skiing on Monday.

  9. fiftyoneandabitmorenow says :

    Sorry, Xen, apostrophe def in the wrong place. Although he’s a real ale and curry lover …. πŸ˜‰

    Hope Jolly gets you home. x

  10. neartheclocktower says :

    Xen, I would so want to ask what the Jolly cab had in its possession.

    Did you come across the chain of greengrocers in BCN called Fruit’s? Funny on more than one level.

  11. Paul says :

    Lovely grumpy old bugger and it transpired that he was the ex mayor of Corby. He died a few years back and was fondly remembered by the BTLers.

    Wish I could Remember his handle

    Victor Meldrew ?

  12. fiftyoneandabitmorenow says :

    That’s good, Clocks, also good that they said “rest”. for a couple of days and then a bit of fun. x

  13. neartheclocktower says :

    Ah, we didn’t mention the skiing to the doc πŸ˜‰ Was hard enough getting the watch to the docs in the first place.

  14. neartheclocktower says :

    Must remember to watch the Last Leg on catchup. Somehow it always gets forgotten in the weekend everything else.

  15. Paul says :

    Hi Clocks

    Enjoyed reading your 11.52pm post.

    It’s important to cherish good memories.Was talking earlier with my sister about our maternal grandmother who was lovely.Still often think about her and whilst i’m not religious i like to think we’ll meet again when my time’s up..

    ps the paternal one was a monster who thankfully didn’t live in this country so i didn’t see her that often-but ithe relatively few occasions i did were enough..

    Hope you and your familly are ok.

    Take care.

  16. neartheclocktower says :

    Paul, thanks. It’s all the good memories that keep me going right now. I was brutally honest with the watch about what was going on so today was not a surprise. All week we have been talking about good times we had with grandma.

  17. justamentalpatient says :

    The good memories give strength. As do new families.

    Thanks for that lovely post about T.

  18. Paul says :

    Nite Clocks and i’ll leave you with the following .Don’t know how old the watch is but however old i think it’s a nice song for all the grandmothers who were loved and are sorely missed

  19. fingsaint says :

    clocks ❀

  20. fingsaint says :

    Paul, a bit like Victor in character πŸ™‚ , but I think his cif moniker was something like dooge

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