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Morning Larks,

Hope you are enjoying the weekend, gusty winds here today with dark clouds and 10 degrees.

Could not connect to my laptop yesterday as it kept saying I need to change my log in password, no idea why I was quite happy with the one I had. So in the end I changed my password and still could no get in and then bingo after 4 hours I was in, technology.!

Watched The Darkest Hour on TV last night HL has subscribed to Now films, what a fine film it was too no wonder Gary Oldfield received an Oscar brilliant acting and portrayal of Churchill I thought. I recognised the actress playing the part as his secretary as the actress who played Rose in Downton Abbey.

Enjoy your Sunday everyone.

Very Happy

Posted at 13th Jan 2019 - 11:02AM   Posted by Camilla   Windy Lark Comments: 8

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Posted by: Camilla on 13th Jan 2019 at 11:05AM

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Fennie's Avatar Good morning, Camilla. Wondering where you had got to. Don't we take technology for granted. Like postmen. So glad you have it sorted out now. Weather just the same here. Mild but threatening wind and meanwhile gusty and dark.

But isn't it a bit dangerous to leave a cup on a book on a sofa? Even if it is empty. The oil lamp looks a bit hazardous too!Very HappyVery Happy

Posted by: Fennie on 13th Jan 2019 at 11:25AM

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Camilla's Avatar Sorry not been around lately have been having panic attacks seems to have knocked me for six alright now though . Had one while I was driving Patch to vet in week soon passed though . Going to see Doc tomorrow at 9.45am just for a check over could be over active thyroid but I suspect anxiety is the culprit .

As for spillages Fennie made a cup of coffee yesterday lunchtime no sooner had I made it picked up the cup and whoosh.. Dropped the lot coffee everywhere Very Happy the little oil lamp could be just a mock one and perhaps only a small tea light inside .

Posted by: Camilla on 13th Jan 2019 at 12:20PM

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Fennie's Avatar Yes 'Darkest Hour' was a good film though some liberties were taken with the truth. The scene on the tube train for instance.
Re the coffee I think we've all done that. You just have to laugh. It's the gremlins having a field day, that's all. Not really had panic attacks and so can't help. Many times I have felt like panicking but whether that is the same thing, I don't know. But I know you have a hard situation domestically. Sounds more like acute stress. Maybe you need a holiday but that might be impossible. Very Happy

Posted by: Fennie on 13th Jan 2019 at 04:41PM

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Camilla's Avatar Yes I wondered about the tube train going to Westminter too with Churchill. As for Halifax if he had listened to him we never would be where we are now.

A holiday, oh yes that sounds wonderful, never going to happen though.Very Happy

Panic attacks is when you can hardly breathe you go giddy and heart is racing... not nice.

Daughter popped over with her woofers this afternoon so Patch and I went for a lovely walk over the dunes with them, although the weather is gusty it felt very mild and not cold at all. I heard though that colder weather is coming and we may have some snow, think we had severe snow last February.

Posted by: Camilla on 13th Jan 2019 at 05:21PM

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Camilla's Avatar Off to cook a roast dinner now, pour myself half pint of Guinness too while I am at it.Very Happy

Have a good evening Fennie and Everyone.

Posted by: Camilla on 13th Jan 2019 at 05:23PM

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Fennie's Avatar Just has a little Sunday lunch with four of our friends over - of neighbours from across the way and other friends from the other side of the Vale. Sadly not a great success mainly due to R's condition. He is suffering from arthritis, prostate cancer and alzheimers and in the space of a couple of years has become unrecognizable. He can barely shuffle now and needs a wheelchair for more than a couple of yards. He has no idea of what is going on and barely knows who we are. He has become very thin and is constantly agitating and complaining, panicking at the slightest thing. His wife though is an angel with him. Very sad. I said to M that if I ever get like that to please knock me on the head. He replied ditto. Nor is R very old for these days; 77 I think. Anyway he ate all his lunch and appeared to enjoy it. But oh dear! His wife is younger and appears younger than her age. It is no life for her either. Sad

Posted by: Fennie on 13th Jan 2019 at 06:18PM

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Camilla's Avatar Such a shame about your poorly friend Fennie, 77 is not old either these days.Sad

Posted by: Camilla on 15th Jan 2019 at 01:50PM

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