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Hello Owls and Larks,

Very warm day here today there seems to be more cars about lots of folk visiting for their holiday maybe.

We did get to visit daughter today lovely to see her and the dogs, so peaceful where she lives and beautiful countryside.

Hope all owls and larks are well. Lamps out soon.

If you can't sleep and there are others on line then have a natter here.

Night Night, & Sweet Dreams
Camillax

Posted at 10th Jun 2017 - 11:54PM   Posted by Camilla   I Can't Sleep Chat Post Comments: 14

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Posted by: Camilla on 10th Jun 2017 at 11:56PM

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Camilla's Avatar Nighty night dear owls and larks,'sweetest of dreams.

Just read your post Fennie. Sorry to hear you may have a bug I hope you soon feel better. Dash of warm honey in the whisky.

xx

Posted by: Camilla on 11th Jun 2017 at 12:19AM

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Bradan's Avatar Glad to hear you enjoyed your visit, Camilla.

I wish it was very warm here. It's really cold again today but not raining just now. A couple of years ago I did something to my rib lifting a bag of peat and I did the same thing yesterday so today it's quite sore and cold weather isn't helping Evil or Very Mad wish I could teleport to the South Seas or something. Laughing

Fennie - hope you feel better soon.

Posted by: Bradan on 11th Jun 2017 at 09:01AM

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Fennie's Avatar Thanks for you ever cheering owl post, Camilla, even if you do induce in me a touch of East Anglian envy. I do feel I should move to Norfolk. Again this morning we have a thick grey sky and the air is chill. Yesterday it rained. But the children are coming over later to offer some comfort and consolation. In the unlikely event of a shimmer of sun we might make our way to the beach and have an ice cream. Why do they call such weather 'unsettled.' Its grimness is all too settled as far as I am concerned.

But thank you Camilla for being, as ever, solicitous of my condition as I sit shivering in my dressing gown my head thick and my limbs aching. I need a cool hand to soothe my fevered brow and soft words of comfort whispered into my ear.

Except I don't really - no, I am well again, or mostly. Well enough anyway to put all behind me and get on with the day. But I hope you are a little better too and your worries, settling into resigned acceptance. Getting on with the day is all we can do.

Very HappyVery Happy

Posted by: Fennie on 11th Jun 2017 at 09:06AM

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Here you go Fennie. Laughing

Glad you had a nice visit to your Daughters Camilla, did your Son make it too?
The visitor numbers are increasing now although last week was what HO calls a "window licker" week where everyone just leaves greasy face impressions on the Studio window peering in to see what's inside instead of just coming in... even when the door is wide open.Rolling Eyes
Total sea change yesterday though with bright chatty interesting people waltzing through the door without a second thought, must be a changeover week. Very Happy

Posted by: Fairy Nuff on 11th Jun 2017 at 11:54AM

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Camilla's Avatar It has been quite hot here for quite a few days Bradan it plays havoc though with my hayfever. Hope the weather soon picks up for you. Poor you sore rib, keep an eye on it hope it soon eases for you.

Posted by: Camilla on 11th Jun 2017 at 03:49PM

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Camilla's Avatar You are welcome Fennie and if you do decide to move sticks in the foreseeable future to East Anglia well that would be just wonderful!Very Happy

Hope you managing to get through the day without too much discomfort re old bug, have you got a pot of honey, it's very good to add to warm drinks and even a hot toddy of whisky or brandy to soothe .

Big purple soothing healing hug winging its way over to you Fennie.

Posted by: Camilla on 11th Jun 2017 at 03:54PM

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Camilla's Avatar Love the pic FN for Fennie, very appropriate .Very Happy

Posted by: Camilla on 11th Jun 2017 at 03:55PM

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Camilla's Avatar No son will be arriving next Saturday FN but it will only be a flying visit so he will arrive Saturday morning and go back home to Surrey next day Sunday after lunch journey usually takes him 3 hours. He is coming on his own this time but he and his wife and the two little girls will be coming over to visit us for a weeks holiday here in the summer probably sometime in July when granddaughter breaks up from primary school.

Posted by: Camilla on 11th Jun 2017 at 03:58PM

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Fennie's Avatar FN - I think I'd rather have the bug, thanks. I am sure she would give me a lesson on the perils of soliciting sympathy!

Camilla, plenty of honey thanks. Grandchildren here this afternoon and a very blowy time on the beach; Beanie collecting stones in her wellingtons and then wondering why her feet were uncomfortable!

Good that your son is visiting. That should be good for all.Very Happy

Posted by: Fennie on 11th Jun 2017 at 05:56PM

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Fennie's Avatar How is the shoulder? Are you sleeping better? The mysterious history of the Rotator Cuff.

Posted by: Fennie on 11th Jun 2017 at 07:34PM

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Bradan's Avatar Thanks Camilla, rib is a bit better now actually, nothing like as bad as last time. How are you getting on with your shoulder/arm, is it any better?

Posted by: Bradan on 11th Jun 2017 at 08:22PM

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Camilla's Avatar Aw. beanie and her wellies with stones in. Little children have amazing ideas. Each time I go into our little local store here I see a little girl who is the shopkeepers daughter, the little girl is very chatty so we have a good conversation and I always end up by saying to her.... But you are wearing your shoes on the wrong foot again, your left shoe is on the right and your right shoes is on the left foot, she takes no notice and think they look just fine as they are, bless her. I am hoping her mum will though correct this one day.Very Happy

Posted by: Camilla on 11th Jun 2017 at 10:41PM

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Camilla's Avatar Oh that's good Bradan pleased to hear your rib is not too bad now, mind those heavy bags though.

Sadly not Bradan the pain is excruciating no idea how I am going to last out until 28th June for Physio my pain threshold is quite high but even so this one is a real stinker.

Yes it certainly must be Rotar Cuff Fennie I have all the symptoms feels like tennis elbow in back, arm, elbow, neck and shoulder.

Posted by: Camilla on 11th Jun 2017 at 10:45PM

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