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Good Morning Sunday 17th September 2023

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Michael12 Sun 17-Sep-23 05:44:13

Good Morning Everyone,
Dark but dry out here in brackley this morning.
Today a easy day in , I did have a Chinese Take Away last night and enjoyed it .
My body health wise seems to be recovering a bit better as regards to the diarrhea side.
Take Care,

Scapa1 Sun 17-Sep-23 09:58:01

GM what a lovely quilt you are very talented. Had a lovely walk again yesterday along an old railway line near us that has been turned into a walk and cycle path. It was very quiet with just a few sheep bleating along the way. It has lovely views. Very grey here in Dunblane but dry, washing in but doubt it will get hung out.
My niece is doing the three peaks challenge in 24 hours this weekend the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales has done two only Snowdon to go just about to start. It is for the firefighter charity. She is doing it with Red Watch Dundee. Good luck to them all.

brook2704 Sun 17-Sep-23 09:58:59

A very Happy Birthday nannyJan a gorgeous cake, well done to your Dil! πŸŽ‚πŸ₯‚πŸ’

Ladyleftfieldlover Sun 17-Sep-23 10:06:33

Happy birthday NannyJ. That is a beautiful cake.

LauraNorderr Sun 17-Sep-23 10:11:33

πŸŽ‚happy birthday NannyJan.

Jaxjacky Sun 17-Sep-23 10:25:34

Happy Birthday NannyJan πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆπŸŽˆ

Jacs7 Sun 17-Sep-23 10:34:00

Happy birthday NannyJan πŸŽπŸŽˆπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸ₯‚

GrannyGravy13 Sun 17-Sep-23 10:34:05

Happy Birthday NamnyJan πŸŽ‚πŸ₯‚πŸŽ‰

Blossoming Sun 17-Sep-23 10:36:30

Good morning Mick and all from cloudy Lancashire where it is currently 17Β°C but feeling colder..

A flying visit as MrB and I are off out to the seaside.

Thinking of all our β€˜poorlies’ and those looking after loved ones.

Have a good day all whatever you’re doing 🌹

NannyJan53 Sun 17-Sep-23 10:39:45

Thank you all. I should have mentioned I am actually 70 on Wednesday 😎

Litterpicker Sun 17-Sep-23 10:44:23

Good morning from a dull East Lothian. It’s not raining at the moment.

Glad you enjoyed your Chinese, Mick.

GMattie, I would hang that lovely patchwork on a wall where lots of people can enjoy it.

I stayed at home yesterday as still very tired. I was going to join the climate March in Edinburgh but sent DH on his own. He said it was a lot of walking but he enjoyed his day out and looked in on a couple of art exhibitions as well. I had a walk by the river in the evening. It was very peaceful and a saw a great spotted woodpecker.

Happy birthday to NannyJan.

Hope the three peaks challenge goes well for your niece, Scapal.

Hope there is good news of little one in hospital.

Off to church - hope I can stay awake πŸ™‚

Taichinan Sun 17-Sep-23 11:57:26

A very late good morning Mick and all from a cold, grey Angus coast. It was actually rather a nice-but-chilly morning when I got up at the back of 7! This late post from me is because I forgot to post earlier - still tired after yesterday I think.
The tai chi workshop was good, with lots of lovely kind comments as people left, and as always it was lovely to meet up with people from the other classes who I don't usually see. But boy! Was I tired! My stamina these days is non-existent and after lunch I just wanted to lie down, in silence, in a dark room ....... However I did rouse myself to do the final set. I then gave a friend a lift to the Wildlife Centre where she and her husband are volunteers, and went in to have a much-needed reviving cuppa. Many years ago I volunteered there and it was always my lot to miss seeing the kingfisher. It always came just after I left or left just before I came. Yesterday was no different. 'Oh' said friend's hubby, 'Come with me.'. Then 'No, it's gone now'!!! Never mind - maybe next time?
When I got home I fell asleep in my chair for 20 minutes or so which revived me enough to go down to the town to collect a Chinese meal and then get the first of my annual Strictly fixes. So it was a really lovely day from start to finish - and it was sunny!
Glad you enjoyed your Chinese yesterday Mick and that you're feeling better again.
Lovely quilting grandmattie - what I great suggestion to have it as a wall hanging!
Glad you enjoyed your birthday celebrations Nannyjan - and with more to come on Wednesday. These noughtie celebrations just go on giving, don't they!
So sorry to hear about your little DGD spending her birthday in hospital gingster - hope she's feeling better today.
Now I shall sign off while it's still morning πŸ˜‰. Have a good day everyone, and enjoy your rain x. Drizzle has arrived on the Angus coast.