Good morning mon petit pois. Hope your fettles are fine?
A little behind (if only, lol!!!) again as I have had a good few days and when I'm feeling funky, I like to gadd about, not manic gadding but gadding nonetheless.
Thank you, as always for your concern. I have a cardiology consultant appointment at the end of the month.
Have found out this week through a recent blood test that my haemoglobin has dropped further so I am slightly anaemic. This may be causing some of my issues. So if anyone has any good chicken liver recipes, where they don't actually smell or taste like liver, I'd be very grateful.
Been on a microwave hunt too, which yielded a very nice Breville combi from Tesco with £25 off, hurrah!!!
I promise, I will catch up visiting over the next day or so to see what those who blog have been up to.
Now, I was rooting through my folders and realised there were some cards I hadn't shown from last Autumn. They were samples I made for John's shows in October, I think. I'm guessing they got forgotten as I had my first Cardioversion at the beginning of November. They were showcasing John's stamps and dies from the Indian Ocean Collection.
White, sky blue and cobalt card
John Lockwood Fern Frames Elements sentiment
SW Indian Ocean Background die set
CE Jacobean Floral embossing folder
Memento Dew Drop Nautical Blue ink
Navy and white ribbons
I think you could get away with this for a male, even with the pearlage.
Wendy, I don't mind the odd food item from Lidl. They have a nice bakery, good continental meat selection and we get our cheese from there. Also, their flowers are very good value.
Maria, hope it won't be too long before you find a new job but enjoy a bit of a break first.
Elaine, I've told you, I'll drive the removal van, you make the tea.
Jackie, some exciting incidents in the race. Felt sorry for poor Max after his amazing start.
Maureen, you'll have to let me know how to say "bog off" in Geordie. Is it as simple as "wai eye bog off" lol??? Glad you are up and about without the sedan chair and winch.
Nursey Harrop, there are easier ways to get down the stairs. Have you thought of a Stannah?
Darnell, you make me blush lol!!!
Sue, glad not to see any BBC News bulletins from Doncaster lol!!!
Well, time for me to go and put my feet up as made mushroom soup and some feta and sundried tomato scones today, so I'm flagging a bit.
Hopefully meeting Mr Lockwood for breakfast today and then have a flower arrangement to do for our friends funeral on Friday (the lovely chap who passed away a month ago).
Enjoy the rest of your week.
P.s. . . . . . . . a couple of gratuitous wisteria shots to see if June and Maureen are awake (and hopefully another nice memory for Jan too).