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  • Barry52
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    Originally posted by Graham View Post
    Good stuff Denise. You may get a headache but certainly no worse than listening to my music.

    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x30hehm

    Any word from the chickens?

    Love Graham xxxx
    I had no side effects after my second jab but 30 seconds of your favourite music Graham and I now need a lie down. As they say, each to his/her’s own.

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  • denise
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    You are so right about the head ache. Terrible pain all night. It's like the worst hangover.

    Yes chickens are taking it in turns to call. Bless them.

    Love as always πŸ’—

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  • Graham
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    Good stuff Denise. You may get a headache but certainly no worse than listening to my music.

    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x30hehm

    Any word from the chickens?

    Love Graham xxxx

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  • denise
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    Graham I've had my vaccination. Pfzier. 4 weeks and I get another. 😊

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  • denise
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    Hi Graham

    liked the video. I was going to send you the one of Rennie (allo allo) being shot.

    I used to play squash, in what feels like another life, at the rugby club. Thing was the roof leaked it was like playing squash with skates on. My brother preferred to hit me rather than the ball. Retaliation was fun.

    my chickens are in the UK. Might as well be on the moon 😭. My dad used to call me chick or chicken. Again another life time.

    love and hugs Denise xxx

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  • Graham
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    Yuv always got me cocker!

    Yes, it needs something fresh to take your mind off things. I used squash to counterbalance the cerebral, just like you used the dogs.

    That would be fun, I could have great fun too! Let's see, are the chickens (local term of endearment) in the UK?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcliR8kAbzc

    xxxxxx

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  • denise
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    Dear Graham

    I definitely think having a few minutes with someone each day that has a cheerful disposition makes all the difference. I used to spend a lot of time home alone and taking my dogs out I always found someone to talk to. I haven't really had a conversation with anyone since October face to face about anything other than what ails my husband. Only lately my kids seem to be making an effort. Probably think if they don't I will do away with myself and they'll have to look after their dad πŸ˜‰.

    that's nice someone bothered to phone you and apologise. Shame they couldn't have given you an appointment for the next prick. Would have solved a lot of problems.

    fancy saying you have a plan and not give away any details. Watch this space I guess!

    going to be a lot of information heading your way from the forum. Do you mean the forum?

    blackadder that was good. The last episode was a real contrast to the rest and I think hit home really hard.

    hope you have fun with the pig poo. Not sure I'd want to hug you 😁

    love and hugs as always
    Denise xxx

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  • Graham
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    Hi Denise,

    Yes, I think it is very important to have real friends around. The nature of the beast only strengthens and a day is coming when you will need all the help that you can get.

    Don't fret Denise, it is water off a duck's back! And I have a plan!

    I have great banter with my carers and it helps me to be as happy as a pig in shi*!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WHSkbM9zAU

    I had a phone call after the jab from the nurse to apologise for not being able to vaccinate me! The Government's database is a mess and I can see another problem that needs sorting out in 12 weeks.

    I am working on where users enter all of the information into the database via the website. It is huge! Looking forward to implementing Artificial Intelligence and linking to the Intelligent home hub.

    Love and hugs as always xxxx

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  • denise
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    i think you are right graham. id really like to get stephen home (back to the UK). we miss our family so much. all the help in the world doesnt make up for having people about you that you know. stephen misses just having them there to talk to. all he does is sit in the garden or if i go shopping he sits close to the car. i dont think its helping his mental health and physicaly he is finding it hard to get about.

    oh graham you make me want to cry - oh forget it i am crying. 9 years ok im not feeling sorry for you - yes i am. i know its easy for me to say how on earth do you cope but i guess we find the strength from somewhere. i take my hat off to you i feel disgusted with myself for complaining about anything. you are an inspiration to be happy with what we have. though daft not to fight for more.

    i am so glad you have had the needle at last. do you have to get the 2nd?
    hows the app coming along?

    love and hugs as always
    denise xx

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  • Graham
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    Hi Denise,

    It is typical of some Local Authorities to get you to leave, as you become a burden. You really need to be aggressive with the LA to get anything. As advised, it may be better to move to a more prosperous well run area but it seems like it is too late.

    Your LA is duty bound to provide care for Stephen. I have to help my carers by wearing nothing more than a towel sat in bed. 9 years now.

    It was the plan all along that house bound people would get vaccinated at this time. Even though I had been invited, it was my responsibility to sort it. Anyway, today I had a prick from BoJo.

    Love and hugs xxxx

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  • denise
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    Graham
    my spam video had Portuguese subtitles. Not many things have that information. To late for me 10 years and I know nothing 😊

    love and hugs Denise xxx

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  • denise
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    I thought about that. I'm worried because his clothes look 3 sizes too big and when he hasn't had a shave he looks homeless. I could try a tidy beard. How do you have an organised beard rather than free range?

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  • GaryM
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    Denise, just let him grow a beard, it's much easier.

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  • denise
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    matthew thanks for that. i will give it a go. might buy more plasters first. he asked me to shave inside his ears. i dont think im up for that.

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  • matthew55
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    Use a downward movement on both sides of lips and push the nostrils away to shave upwards both. πŸ‘

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