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Old 17th March 2022, 14:22   #164381
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Morning Mike.

C means control. It should always read a line, if not the test is void.

The T if it has a line, faint or bold means a positive test.
Yup! My kids already steered me straight on that. Just my "grandad" sense of humour on overtime! Stay safe, Mike
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Old 17th March 2022, 14:50   #164382
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Molly is enjoying the afternoon sun heating up the conservatory


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Old 18th March 2022, 07:47   #164383
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Morning everyone.

Still waiting on a phone call from the garage re Banana.

Gardening duties otherwise.
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No.1. MG ZT V6 190 failed itís MOT in 2011 and is still rotting on the driveway. Owner refuses to sell. Location Hayling Island.
No.2 MG ZT. 160. Fate unknown.
No.3 MG ZT. 160, is my car.
No.4 MG ZT. CDTi. Sold in 2020 for £7,500. 23,500 miles on the clock. Believed to be living in the Lancashire area.
1 MG ZTT. 180 and is alive and well as far as I know. Lives in and around the Portsmouth area.
1 Rover 75. 120 model. Fate unknown.
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Old 18th March 2022, 07:56   #164384
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Morning all, Bright sunny morning with a touch of frost here. Dizzy heights of 14C forecast for today
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Old 18th March 2022, 08:25   #164385
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Morning all, nice blue skies up here this morning.
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Old 18th March 2022, 08:29   #164386
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Morning all.

Misty here and 4 rather than the 14 Ian's looking forward to. Brrrrr.

Due to match him by about 2pm.

A bit cross this morning. Having "lost" my 8mm allen 1/4" drive socket out of a set I treated myself to quality replacement.

https://www.primetools.co.uk/product...it-socket-8mm/

Hands up all who can guess what happened next .



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Hi Rich,

Lets hope the warmer days and longer evenings will be better for your recovery and sense of well being. Cold, dark, wet days never inspire anyone.

It's great that Andy can pop by and chew the fat with you.
It's a pain that we are so far apart. I know as your situation improves and the world recovers from Covid we will get together again. You still owe me that trip down to Lady Emma and I need to get up to Knockhill again. So we can plan something in the future one way or the other
I can't work for myself yet to so I can anything at anything to help me. I can't do anything ando it really brakes me down. I can't do painting that my right hands need to find for test since the accidentime. I just feel I could just fall away and I could really just get away, I can't go out and speak to my customers and tell them my plans for the fact that I'm losinig my jobs too.
Also my insurance for the van has been renewed in January with no email or increasing the price by 25 extra a month, this is my fault in a bump last year . I'm going to contact them to get my insurance changed to stack cos I haven't started my driving without being allowed off yet.I really don't care if I get taken away permanently..
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Morning all.

Misty here and 4 rather than the 14 Ian's looking forward to. Brrrrr.

Due to match him by about 2pm.

A bit cross this morning. Having "lost" my 8mm allen 1/4" drive socket out of a set I treated myself to quality replacement.

https://www.primetools.co.uk/product...it-socket-8mm/

Hands up all who can guess what happened next .




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You lost that one too but found the ever elusive 10mm spanner or the red straw that fits on WD 40 cans


More seed potato planting today as St Patricks day is the time of year to get those planted up. Laundry day too as the weather is forecast for some warmth so the washing line will get used instead of that infernal tumble drier.


Got to put the battery maintainer on the Rover today too.


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Old 18th March 2022, 10:00   #164389
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Lovely sunny and bright morning here......Shame I still tested positive so stuck at home it is then!
On a positive note (pun intended ) Had fun clearing some of the Sahara Desert from the car this Morning
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Old 18th March 2022, 13:36   #164390
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You lost that one too but found the ever elusive 10mm spanner or the red straw that fits on WD 40 cans
Doh.... That was too easy, wasn't it

And I know I've got about 3 red straws - if I could find them .

I think the shed borrowers are having a laugh at my expense.
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