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beautiful bunch of flowers

from my daughters b'friend, not for her this time but for me, awwwww



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Nice when they think of the older generation. WHAT'S HE WANT?

9 Oct, 2008

 

My sentiments, exactly Sarra....great minds must think alike....

9 Oct, 2008

 

lol now now, hes no looking for anything. always turns up with wee pressies

9 Oct, 2008

 

How nice of him to think of you as well. I think I am going to buy that hat Just in case lol

9 Oct, 2008

 

lol we could just ask scotkat to make us some janette

9 Oct, 2008

 

Good idea Sherlock lol

9 Oct, 2008

 

elementary dear Watson lol

9 Oct, 2008

 

Ok Sherlock , that you and John in the photo at the back

9 Oct, 2008

 

fraid not janette, thats my brother Gerry and his partner Grace

9 Oct, 2008

amy
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Mmmm this is getting serious don,t you think !!!

9 Oct, 2008

 

well Amy ye will all be invited to their big day lol

9 Oct, 2008

 

If my prospective son in law brought boss lady flowers, Amy, I would think it was serious too. I would be very quickly asking daft questions like 'What are your prospects, young man?' Thank goodness all mine are gone. If I'd known about grand kids I'd have skipped a generation.

9 Oct, 2008

 

Awww Sarra, then you wouldn't have the Clock mender, Hahahaha ..

9 Oct, 2008

 

That particular incident is best forgotten Dee. That particular grandson is nearly forgiven and may just get a proper Christmas present this year and not a jar of pickled onions and a set of thumb screws. He'd only 'mend' the thumb screws anyway.

10 Oct, 2008

 

sounds like a story there guys, do tell

10 Oct, 2008

 

Wedding whos getting Married then Eileen do i get invite 2 like Amy ? lol :) O & whos getting thumb Screws ? do they still make them? lol :)BTW the Flowers are beautiful lovely Gift :)

10 Oct, 2008

 

lol far as i know no one is getting married jacque, but id ciara does name the day dont worry you will get an invite, you could do the photography for them .

10 Oct, 2008

 

OK Irish but most people with youngsters in the family will no doubt have experienced similar. I bought an art deco (which I love) clock with a 1 year movement. I won't bother going back through old bank records but I think it was about £300. After some months of regular visits from my son's family, Nicholas noticed that it had gained 2 minutes so he decided to 'mend' it for me...............with a tube of superglue to slow it down. The only specialist clock and watch repairers in this area work very slowly. I think I was without it for about 6 months. And the £140 it cost to have it cleaned I am permanently without. It is very difficult to pry a seven year old's pocket money out of him week after week. Especially one as inventive as Nicky.

10 Oct, 2008

 

ohhhhhhh nooooooooooo,,,,,,,,,, i know he was only trying to help but i hope he didnt go on to mend anymore things for you lol

10 Oct, 2008

 

No. It's OK Irish. For 3 months he couldn't get the strait jacket off. lol

10 Oct, 2008



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