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About Jules.

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  1. Hello! Lovely to hear you’re going to get some hens soon. I love reading your Facebook updates, hope all goes well with the planned gites. My fil lives in France but has come home for a few months while he has some medical treatment. He lives two hours from Limoges.
  2. I just wanted to share my excitement that I’m collecting an eglu classic with extended run next week from an Omleteer!!! I’ve not had any chickens for a few years, personally I found it difficult to look after them when I had to go to work full time and so I sold up my cube and walk in run. However I’ve missed having them in my garden and their beautiful eggs and now I work part time again and can devote the necessary time to my girls! (Just to clarify-I’m not saying that you can’t have hens and work full time, just that I didn’t find it easy for me at the time with everything else tha
  3. There’s some lovely memories and blasts from the past on here, thank you for sharing. The forum was a great place to get advice and just have a natter. I’d forgotten about the 1 minute chocolate cake and the other recipes! I’ve migrated to FB where I am friends with many omleteers and keep in touch that way. I still have my secret Santa and other annual swops. My very first gift was a beautiful knitted robin made from the softest wool with a little brown gingham ribbon. He comes out every Christmas and hangs from my fireplace. If you made that present for me then I’d like you to kn
  4. Cathy I love going on cruise holidays, I think that half the fun is the dressing up in the evening and seeing all the holiday makers transformed in their smart clothes! What cruise line are they on? That can make a difference to the dress code. Most lines have a casual dress code during the day, normal "holiday wear" for the temperature. What they'd normally wear on a hot UK summers day would be fine. After 6pm the ship adheres to the evening dress code which can be formal (suit & tie for your dad, dressy dress or smart trousers & sparkly top for your mum) or smart casual which I l
  5. That is so lovely & special what you have done, many congratulations x
  6. Jules.

    Sad news

    I remember them from the old days too. That's so so sad to hear, please would you pass on my sympathies x
  7. I'm glad that I've found this thread, I thought it was just me who would be feeling bereft after dropping alihodg off at Bangor last week for his first year. The house is quiet and his little brother is missing him, as we all are. My parents have even gone to visit him this weekend I take heart that we've done a good job getting him this far even though we climbed many a parental mountain and spent time in the parental valleys! I just want him to gave a great experience, he said he wants to end up with a first class degree in Spanish so I can't ask for any more from him than that. I'm alre
  8. Thanks for this information, my eldest is off to uni this time
  9. Lily our Basset Hound has nails that grow like the clappers and she really dislikes having them clipped. We'd like to get her a nail file to give her lovely manicures but we've found that there are quite a few to choose from. If you use one on your dog what type do you use? We want one that's not too expensive, works really well and is easy to use. Thanks.
  10. I had this operation done on both hands two years ago, the ops were three months apart. First of all it is well worth having the op as my symptoms are now completely gone I would advise keeping the hand elevated for the first couple of days after surgery in a sling, and also to make full use of the painkillers that the hospital will provide. These will most probably be codeine based, so watch out for the constipation I had three weeks off work for each hand and found that to be sufficient for me, but of course everyone is different and do different jobs. I had a little go at driving a cou
  11. Well done Lewis, that's fantastic news
  12. You're not a rubbish driver. You're a considerate safe driver. It's very sad what happened, but it was an accident and it seems like nothing could have prevented it from happening. You did the right thing taking the cat to a vet ( which would have been a difficult thing to do ) and also leaving information for the cats owner to find out what had happened to his pet. When our cat Jake was run over and killed while we were out at work we had a struggle to find out quickly where he had been taken to, though we eventually found him.
  13. Thanks for the heads up from me too. Hubby is currently looking for flights to visit his dad who lives in France so I've passed the message onto him too.

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