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Sheilaz

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  1. I should put up some pics but need to clean up a bit first. Open to offers, happy to sell as a real bargain to right person, if they’re happy at removing it. Buyer to dismantle and some screws are rusty and will need replacing to rebuild. Will sell as complete bargain to someone in phased by this! Some staining and scratches as general wear and tear, but definitely built to last! Are you far from St. Albans?
  2. Hi, I’m selling my rather old Cube on wheels in St. Albans (no run) at a bargain price if you’re interested?
  3. Reasonable offers considered, buyer to dismantle, includes wheels. Some screws are rusty, and possibly need replacing on rebuild, so please only apply if you’re unphased by this! Used condition with some internal staining, but still potentially a fantastic henhouse for many years to come! Please direct msg if you can manage collection and would like a bargain!
  4. Thank you for posting this here Egluntyne, I share your sadness at the news, Sarah was a remarkable, spirited and accomplished woman in so many ways and we became friends through this forum. She and Stephen were an amazing couple and I feel privileged to have met them. Rest in peace Sarah and long live your memory.
  5. Because till rolls are very expensive! The cost means some shops understandably restrict issuing receipts to customers who request one. There's your answer!
  6. My sons and I were working flat out to finish painting business premises to an opening deadline. I was in an 18th century dungeon like basement, near a castle. Hearing footsteps approaching, I put on a deep, gruff, loud, slow voice to call "Halt, who goes there, friend or foe?" The young builder coming downstairs had a shock! My sons were mortified but I can't stop laughing thinking about it.
  7. Thanks Clare, for the greeting and really good advice. Thank you everyone, the meeting was successful! Beautiful dog, and all went well. I felt very relaxed thanks to Omleteers and I completely forgot any anxieties I had before. I'm so pleased I asked, thank you.
  8. Thanks so much! I've always wondered about this, other dog owners are so natural about it. It's a bit like toddlers really, no parent wants their child wound up, but a calm greeting, a gentle interest and plenty of verbal compliments to the parents. I'm looking forward to it now, thanks! Omleteers are amazing, I don't have to ask this idiot question on FB now!
  9. Thank you so much both of you, I feel more confident knowing those tips. What's the next stage, when the dog knows you. Do people judge others if they don't hug and fuss over there dog, or is calm always ok? Will they think I don't like their dog if I don't fuss and hug it? Feeling judged, lol!
  10. Hello Omleteer friends old and new, it's been a while. I've posted a topic about greeting dogs which a moderator has kindly moved to the Animal section. I appreciate this may seem more appropriate, but I need the advice in the next few hours! I don't mind what section it's in after that, but if you know about dogs please take a look and reply. Thanks in advance. I can't find a specific answer on the wider Internet and Omleteers know the answer to everything! Meanwhile, it's been interesting reading the forum, hello!
  11. Hello Omleteers, I need some advice please. I like dogs but don't have much experience of interacting with them. I'm meeting a friend with her 10 month old Labrador and I have no idea how to behave when I meet a dog! I want to be at ease and friendly without making the dog over excited or agitated. I don't know anything, talk, look directly, crouch, stand, pat, stroke, ignore: I'm totally clueless! Do I greet my friend or the dog first? Please talk me through how to say hello to this dog, and also any dog, I've never known! This may seem barmy if you love dogs, but I always feel awkward, I'm determined to get it learn! Swift answers appreciated, thanks fount of all knowledge!
  12. Making the assumption that I'm an oldie: I'm still here, but not so often. Hello everyone!
  13. Lovely news, hope you don't have to wait too long now. Do tell us more when they arrive.
  14. Yes, Chuckles was a Mrs.Pepperpot. How lovely to hear about your 7 year old, H. They're rather special birds aren't they?
  15. Sorry to hear of the attacks. I'm posting to dispel any myths about daytime safety and warn everyone. It may vary according to where you live, and many foxes hunt at dusk and dawn, but... ...foxes do attack in broad daylight, please heed this warning!
  16. Thank you all for your kind responses, I'd mainly posted as a personal record, it was a pleasant surprise to read your replies. It does feel like the end of an era, Chuckles had seen many companions come and go. At one time my flock totalled 11, and now I have just three hens. Two were bought about 4 years ago, the other was adopted and is about 3, my chicken keeping days are numbered. Chuckles was always of a "matronly" build, but always sweet and gentle and way down the pecking order until more recent times. Latterly she had become Mother Hen, always vocal in greeting me and telling the others where the food was and watching over them. I think it would be good to let Omlet know about Chuckles, would someone be clever and link this topic to them please (I'm still hopeless at links). She was the main one I spoke to and her gentle coos and chuckles (my daughter named her accordingly) sounded like sentences, so I'll miss those conversations, but happy days
  17. Chuckles was one of my original Omlet pair, delivered 9 years ago! I'll miss her.
  18. So, here we are 5 years later. Last month I had an acute episode and (most likely) passed a kidney stone. Upon 2nd test same day (different hospitals) an infection was diagnosed too (missed first time).¡ Being wracked with pain I remembered this topic, and now think that the rib pain I described was a stone moving and the subsequent fever an infection. The GP had dismissed kidneys then and but I should have listened to Omleteers and had a 2nd opinion. Re reading the thread just now it sounds exactly like the kidney area! I now believe that various other symptoms over the years have been misdiagnosed. In addition, 2 months ago I was told the increasingly intolerable pain in my fingers and pelvis was osteo arthritis. All those pains went within a couple of hours of passing the stone! Amazing. Thought I'd just update this for the record, it's all a bit odd.
  19. That's great news Liz, I'm so pleased for you. Well done! xx
  20. Chuckles is one of my original Omlet pair delivered here over 8 years ago! Amazing for a hybrid, most of mine have lived 2-5 years
  21. Budgies, sorry I couldn't be more helpful in our emails, did you try Royal Vet College? It seems I was rather optimistic about the forum assisting, but now I've read the nature of the problem I can see why. You know I wish you all the best in finding some answers for Parsnip, she has the best chicken keepers caring for her. Xx
  22. That's brilliant Liz, well done on making yourself memorable to the interviewers. All the best with it, and your post has made me chuckle too. Omlet should be proud of you!

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