Cyber Family 200
On the good news front, I was weighed earlier on and I have lost 2.4lbs since last week.
I had to have a blood test today, its an annual one because I take Ramipril.
I have been busy in the garden clearing up after the weekend. Lots of leaves down but a lot more to come down.I
Hope you have seen your flat by now Pamela and that it is satisfactory for you.
I hope that all goes well for you at your weigh in tonight.
I gained half pound this week but not too worried as I am still at target.
We have been clearing up more leaves today but there are a lot more to come down.
We have been to Southampton today, I wanted some new trousers and to go to the card factory to get all my family Christmas cards as they are so much cheaper there. The local bus goes all around the villages so is quite a nice ride.
Ian went out for a sail yesterday,quite cold but enjoyable
Any news on your flat Pamela?
Hope you are all well, hugs all round.
Lots of hugs to everyone - it is getting very chilly so do stay safe and warm.
The journey back wasn't wasted either as I suggested to the social worker that we check out the shops close to the flat and I picked up a bottle of Gordons while we were at it!!
Drat, drat and double drat! Lord knows what is going wrong at present.
Teddy was born in London only a few days after Murray won the European Open in Antwerp just nine months after announcing he may have to retire.
He joins three-year-old Sophia ?and 2 year-old Edie? in the Murray family, and the 32-year-old explained the name Barron runs in the family.?
"The middle name got in there," Murray said. "I don't actually love the name.
My dad's middle name was Barron,? his dad was Barron,? my granddad's dad, ?so I kept that.
But Teddy, my wife liked that so she chose it."?
Murray added that his life his become somewhat more hectic since the new arrival, and jokingly ruled out adding a fourth member of the family.??
"It's been good, it's just busy," he continued. "We’ve got three under four now and two dogs?? so you’ve got to keep an eye out all the time but it’s been good, sleeping fine.
Everyone’s healthy. This time the girls have been really good actually.?
Murray said having his children watching him play tennis?? was one of his motivations for continuing in the sport, despite looking likely to retire after last year's French Open.?
Hello Terry, you certainly have a couple of wonderful Remembrance Sunday photos with little Alfie, thank you for sharing them.
Pamela any idea when you will move in to your flat? It will be nice to have a kitten. If we were not right on a busy road I might have considered getting one.
Our friend Jerry is due to arrive any time now for a meal so while I am cooking I am partaking of a gin or two. Cooking a roast dinner with apple crumble to follow fir tge men and I am having fruit and yoghurt.
Morning hugs for all.
Weigh in last night and still within target so all is well.
I have now written all my Christmas cards and wrapped most of my presents. Still got to finish knitting a cardigan for Gt granddaughter Emogen.
Not a lot on today so we might get out in the forest for a walk. Lots of pigs still out, they are normally taken in this time of year but as there is a glut of acorns they are out until December.
Have a good day everyone and take care.
You are way ahead of me with your Christmas preparations but I expect I'll get there in the end!!
Glad you had a good weigh-in.
Big hugs to all our lovely family, do stay safe and keep warm.
I hope today will be a better day weatherwise. We went to Lymington yesterday and got really wet, had to drive through floods at Beaulieu because of the high tide. We have lots of leaves to clear up but its too wet to do it.
Our Christmas plans are up in the air at present as Craig is due to have his operation on December 20th. Its a big operation as they will be breaking all the bones in his foot to realign them and also lengthening his Achilles tendon. He is hoping to be back home for Christmas and still wants us to go over but we will have to see. He will have more idea next Thursday when he sees the surgeon. His wife will be working for part of Christmas day as she is a carer.
Have a good day everyone and take care.
Good to hear that Craig is having his op, does sound like a big job but hopefully it will be completely successful.
Hugs for you too and all our lovely family. Stay safe and warm everyone and keep well.