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    Tasty Tidbits
    Sat Oct 06, 2012 3:27 am
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    Sandie, I have NEVER seen Green Tomatoes on sale here in the UK. You might be able to ask at a Farmer's Market. They might know where you can get some. Of course not a problem if you grow your own. We had a terrible year, once again, with our tomatoes. LOTS on the vine, but without any sun, they are all far too small and far too hard. Very disappointing. I wish I had known you worked that close to where we were staying. It would have been so nice to have met up for a chat and a cake or something!!
    JoyfulCook
    Sat Oct 06, 2012 3:34 pm
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    Hi every one will try and get some time to chat tomorrow congrats Marie... Green tomatoes can sometimes be seen in Asian stores sandy
    Tasty Tidbits
    Mon Oct 08, 2012 4:56 am
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    Joy, as always I continue to keep you and Simon in my prayers. It is such a terrible thing to happen at the best of times, but to happen on your holidays, even more terrible. My friend Carolyn's husband Dave had a heart attack last year when they were down under on holiday, which thankfully wasn't fatal. I am encouraged by the news bits you post on Facebook re Simon's recovery. It sounds like he is doing very well. (((((hugs))))) Do remember to take care of YOU as well. Simon will need you well, whole and healthy in the coming weeks and months.
    Patchwork Dragon
    Mon Oct 08, 2012 10:42 am
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    Thanks guys

    I, too, am glad Simon's making progress, I've been following your post on facebook as well.

    Best wishes to you both.
    JoyfulCook
    Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:23 pm
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    Thanks, he is making good progress each day, he really does realize just how lucky he has been compared to what it could bave been like, we are now wiaiting to see ow his DVT goes. It's a waiting game.

    The cats luckily have a house sitter, who much to my delight can stay on until December if necessary as his next House sitting fell through.

    Other wise All is oky!I cant believe just how much I miss cooking, it's been nearly 6 weeks since we left Australia.

    What's every one been up to lately
    Tasty Tidbits
    Tue Oct 09, 2012 3:36 am
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    Glad to hear Simon is so much better and keeping the DVT in my prayers for the best possible outcome! Good that you have a cat sitter who is willing to stay on. I bet that is a huge relief!

    I have been busy this month first with the Turkey Awards, and then sorting the house with a fall clean.



    The bath was finished, so that meant we could put back everything which was displaced by that work. (Hard to believe how much just renovating one room affects the whole household!)



    We got our twin beds, so have had to reorganize the bedroom to accommodate! (Also hard to believe how much wider twin beds are together than a double bed!) Now we are working on my craft room. I hope the dust settles soon as I want to get back to creating and cooking in a big way!

    I've also been busy getting my artwork ready to take into a Gallery in Chester where they will be on permanent display, which is quite exciting.
    Patchwork Dragon
    Tue Oct 09, 2012 6:08 am
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    Your bedroom looks really nice Marie. I've been having some works done too. I've got so many things that needed doing but no money, but I had a little insurance policy that matured so I can do some things. I've had my roof fixed as it had sprung a leak when we had all the heavy rain. Now I'm having my bedroom done, which, like you said, involved moving everything all round the house.

    Everything had to come out of the spare room, so that my bed could go in there. I've always thought I didn't have much in the way of clothes and shoes, but when you start putting them all in plastic bags so the wardrobes can be moved it turns out that there's quite a lot! icon_eek.gif The plasterer is in there at the moment...and everything in the house is covered in a layer of fine dust!

    Then will come the windows, and then floor to be sanded....not much point in dusting anything icon_rolleyes.gif will try and take a few pics in it's various stages, and then hopefully it's finished glory!
    JoyfulCook
    Tue Oct 09, 2012 8:19 am
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    Sandie redecoration when there is plaster etc in the house Is a bit of a nightmare but once done its well worth it.

    Marie your bedroom looks great, we have done. Exactly. The same thing when we moved to Australia. Yes it take up loads of extra room but so comfy, but still together.

    Off to visit Simon this afternoon,vthe continues to improve. What's everyone up to today?
    JoyfulCook
    Wed Oct 10, 2012 3:02 am
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    I am sitting up in bed, computer on my knee. i am going to have a shower then breakfast. I am getting used to having a good breakfast then crackers and cheese, with fruit or some noodles for my evening meal. I m in a wonderful bed and breakfast, so I figure eat the breakfast!

    I am walking into the town, mind you its not that far away at all but gets me out in the mornings, if its not raining. this hotel has a pool and a spa, but dont have a swim suit and have not bothered. then the afternoons I get a taxi to the hospital etc etc.

    btw we have a house sitter, who is prepared to stay in our house until December as his next house sitting fell through. I really miss our cats had better get a move on have a great day everyone
    Tasty Tidbits
    Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:31 am
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    Patchwork Dragon wrote:
    Your bedroom looks really nice Marie. I've been having some works done too. I've got so many things that needed doing but no money, but I had a little insurance policy that matured so I can do some things. I've had my roof fixed as it had sprung a leak when we had all the heavy rain. Now I'm having my bedroom done, which, like you said, involved moving everything all round the house.

    Everything had to come out of the spare room, so that my bed could go in there. I've always thought I didn't have much in the way of clothes and shoes, but when you start putting them all in plastic bags so the wardrobes can be moved it turns out that there's quite a lot! icon_eek.gif The plasterer is in there at the moment...and everything in the house is covered in a layer of fine dust!

    Then will come the windows, and then floor to be sanded....not much point in dusting anything icon_rolleyes.gif will try and take a few pics in it's various stages, and then hopefully it's finished glory!


    Can't wait to see it when it's done Sandie. I always think I don't have a lot of clothes until I go through them. I always find lots that I can get rid of and a few months later it happens again!

    I had ordered some tables from Ikea for the craft room that should have been delivered on the 16th, but have now been put off til the 23rd. I am itching to get it all sorted.
    Tasty Tidbits
    Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:35 am
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    JoyfulCook wrote:
    I am sitting up in bed, computer on my knee. i am going to have a shower then breakfast. I am getting used to having a good breakfast then crackers and cheese, with fruit or some noodles for my evening meal. I m in a wonderful bed and breakfast, so I figure eat the breakfast!

    I am walking into the town, mind you its not that far away at all but gets me out in the mornings, if its not raining. this hotel has a pool and a spa, but dont have a swim suit and have not bothered. then the afternoons I get a taxi to the hospital etc etc.

    btw we have a house sitter, who is prepared to stay in our house until December as his next house sitting fell through. I really miss our cats had better get a move on have a great day everyone


    I can well imagine how you miss the cats Joy. I know how much we miss Mitzie even for a couple of days. I'm with you! Fill up on the breakfast! That's what we did when we were in the B&B in London. Why not take advantage! I wish you were closer as we would have you here, so then you could save your money and you would at least have a variety of meals instead of bacon and eggs and sausage every day, cheese and crackers! It's good that your house sitter is prepared to stay until December. How much longer do you expect to have to be here in the UK?? I am so sorry this has happened to Simon and you and I keep you both in my prayers daily. If you ever need to talk you have my phone number. xxoo
    JoyfulCook
    Wed Oct 10, 2012 2:34 pm
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    Thanks so much Marie, thats so kind! I have to admit that the breakfast is silver service - and the hotel is no more expensive than being in a premier inn!

    eggs Benedict, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon laid over the top etc etc. so I am not complaining..looks like at he moment that we might be on the move by monday, they like to have him in for a week after they have started to disolve the clot
    Tasty Tidbits
    Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:41 am
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    Oh that sounds very posh Joy! I am glad it's not the boring old same same . . . that gets somewhat tiring after a couple of days. Keeping my fingers crossed and my knees bent at the prospect of things getting more back to normal for you soon! xxoo
    JoyfulCook
    Sun Oct 14, 2012 4:04 pm
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    Thanks so much marie... Hugs.... Hope that they might let Simon out tomorrow depending on the blood test.
    Am settling down to watch downton abbey icon_biggrin.gif
    Tasty Tidbits
    Mon Oct 15, 2012 12:54 pm
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    Fingers crossed for you and Simon today Joy. (((hugs))) What are your plans when they let him out?

    I haven't watched last nights episode of Downton yet, but we have taped it to watch tonight. I love it. I think it's one of the best dramas on telly today!
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