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Monday, 21 June 2010


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Now let me think..

That's a busy Fathers Day you had, then. And of course I'm looking forward to the story of the building..I can talk about renovations all day long! Thank you for your lovely comment on my post yesterday. It meant a lot.


Youre welcome, Sian :). And I will appreciate every bit of information and support I can get on the building front!


I look forward to updates on the building work and how the box is getting on. You certainly had a busy day

Jacky S

A very busy Fathers Day....was he allowed to sit and watch while everyone else did the work?


Alas, no, there was only him and me to do the dastardly deeds! Shame ...


Wow - you had a busy day! I, too, am looking forward to regular updates on the building work.


Looks like a bit of a crazy day. I'm not a fan of builders, but can't wait to see how the rennovations go!


I am sure there will be plenty of (mis)adventures to record, Michele. I'll be looking to you for advice on handling them since you've gone through something similar recently!


Yep, Jenny, I could hardly move on Monday. Gluts? I know exactly where they are now!

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