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Spring is sprung....

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by chocoholic, Mar 17, 2009.

  1. sugarless sue

    sugarless sue · Master

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    If I had been talking about one mother then I would have been correct in my usage!! :D
     
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    Remember to take care of enjoy being with your mother as life is so short. My mom died 27 years ago and I still miss her. :cry:
     
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    I've been out this morning in the fresh air enjoying some quality time with my daughter and took these.

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  4. hanadr

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    Hi Choccy
    If you need company walking, come round my way. I have 3 little dogs who would love to do 5 miles. I can only do it with 2 of them, because the old one is blind and needs a person to herself. The younger ones, I let off the leashes and let them run( always providing it's safe and no Big dogs about)
    At present all 3 are switched off and basking on a little old cane sofa in the conservatory.
     
  5. chocoholic

    chocoholic · Well-Known Member

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    Lovely piccies, cameraman. :D

    Hanadr, 'fraid I'd be useless as a dog walker. I hate to say this to a dog-lover but I don't like dogs. Well, I think they don't like me actually. Perhaps they just sense I'm scared of them. I had one jump up at me, quite madly, when I was little and also a dog knocked my eldest son over when he was a toddler and I thought it was going to maul him. I snatched my son up so quick but it's really turned me off dogs. I can cope a bit better if owners keep them on leads, which I'm sure you do.
     
  6. sugarless sue

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    Is that a Cabbage :lol: :lol:
     
  8. sugarless sue

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    Yes of course ,Ken,all cabbages have flowers like that!! :roll: :roll:
     
  9. cugila

    cugila · Master

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    I'm not very agricultural.
     
  10. sugarless sue

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    or even horticultural. It's a polyanthus.
     
  11. Bubsy Malone

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    I'm the same as you choccy - when I was a tiddler a great big alsatian jumped on my pram and I was terrified of them ever since. Thankfully, I've got better over the years but my son was bitten when he was younger and he ended up scared of them as well. No wonder, after waiting for nearly 3 hours in casualty for a tetanus jab aaargh! I'm sure they sense our nervousness as well!
     
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    Hope you don't mind Sue, I zoomed in on the flower a little

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  14. chocoholic

    chocoholic · Well-Known Member

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    Im loving all these daff. photos. :D
     
  15. cugila

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    Hee hee your sig will definitely keep my mum happy for quite a while yet! Likin' it! :D
     
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    love the pics, 8) makes you feel its good to be alive
     
  18. cugila

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    Thanks Bubsy. The only problem is it's true. :lol: :lol: :lol:

    Ken
     
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