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Wednesday, 16 April 2014


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Feel better soon and by the way, I had to look up "lurghi" as I had no idea what you were talking about ;)

Missus Wookie

Feel better soon - and hope you don't share it with anyone!

Jo C

Get well soon x


Sorry you're not feeling well; no fun . Feel better and we'll hang in.

Karen Walker

Get well soon! I had to look up "lurghi" too. (I learn all kinds of things on this blog!)

Melissa Gross

LOL - I looked it up, too! Hope you are feeling better soon!


Get better!

Fiona@staring at the sea

Feel better soon Alexa xx

Julie Kirk

Wishing you well Alexa and that you feel brighter very soon. xx


Sorry to hear you're not well Alexa. Hope the lurgy packs it's bags soon xx

Jacky S

Hope you're soon better,Alexa.


I hope you feel a lot better very soon. Look after yourself x


Sorry to hear you are poorly. I hope the sunshine will help you feel better soon x

Jemma @ Just-Jimjams



Get better soon Alexa. I hope you have a lovely Easter weekend.


Take care of you...we will be here when you get back.


Wishing you well Alexa, take it easy x x x

sheena x

Hope you feel better soon xxx


I'm really sorry, hope you'll be better soon


Wishing you better soon x


Hope all is well now.

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