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Barking mad! ;-)

Sunday, September 22, 2013

What should you do when you catch a delivery driver in the act of barking at your dog?

The DPD Driver delivered my replacement choccies yesterday morning, but in doing so posed this interesting question by responding to the sound of Twinkle barking as he approached the front door by barking back. I heard him because I was in the act of unlocking the door at the time, so opened it as he stopped barking.

I had no idea how to respond, but it was clear that he thought I'd heard him, because he was acting all guilty and embarrassed. I couldn't think what to say, so I just acted normally and signed for the parcel, while he wriggled and squirmed. Then, thinking he may have gotten away without me hearing, he turned to leave, at which point it occurred to me that there was really only one thing to say...

As he walked away, I went "woof!"

Luckily we both saw the funny side.

And it was funny!

Lex xxx
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GODSBABYGAL 9/23/2013 9:10PM

    That was funny emoticon

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BOVEY63 9/23/2013 3:36PM

    I love that you barked at him too!

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    Good answer! emoticon

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MEADSBAY 9/22/2013 2:51PM

    You had the perfect response!
The driver must have learned that as a defense mechanism.

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ANNEMAC5 9/22/2013 2:35PM

    :) I would have offered him a bone !

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MAURIZIA 9/22/2013 12:50PM

    Hahaha...so funny...

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YJNANA 9/22/2013 12:33PM

    That was funny :)

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Mail Order Mania

Friday, September 20, 2013

It has been a week of issues with online purchases.

First one of the net curtains I ordered was shorter than it was supposed to be so I had to photograph it and send them the photo so that they could see the problem and send me a replacement.

Then a garden plant container turned up broken and moudy! So that had to be photographed so that they could see the problem and send a replacement.

And you know what they say about these things coming in threes, right?

So, did I mention that I've fallen in love with Hotel Chocolat?

For someone who could take or leave chocolate, this company is a revelation. They make the most superb chocolates I have ever tasted, bar none!

And for a good few months now we have had a seamless relationship. Quite the love affair in fact. :-)

I would log on to their website, browse the delicious noms, make my selection, pay for them, and within a couple of days a lovely chap called Marcus from Interlink Express would deliver my choccies.

Never a problem with my little guilty pleasure. :-)


Apart from one delivery where the box broke open, showering Marcus and his van with polystyrene peanuts. He was still picking them out of his van the next time I saw him. LOL

However, we hit a bit more of a hiccup this time.

I ordered my choccies as usual and paid for them, and sat back awaiting my delivery notification email. Instead, however, I got a phonecall from one of their lovely staff who had some sad news. One of the items I had ordered was temporarily unavailable so she needed to know what I would like to do. So I asked her to replace it with another item of the same value, and this was agreed to. Problem solved quickly and cleanly...

...so I thought.

Marcus duly arrived this morning, but with two parcels instead of one!

When I opened them up I was surprised to find chocs that I hadn't ordered in with those that I had. They had sent two packs of something I'd asked for one of, and sent one pack of something I'd asked for two of. The little separate package had the replacement item in it, and in the main pack there was an added item that I didn't order and wouldn't have as it wasn't something I would like.

So I rang them.

The lady I spoke to was lovely. I explained about the one item/two items mixup. Her solution. Keep the extra one with their compliments and she would pop the missing item in the post straightaway, also at no extra charge. As for the un-asked-for item, she said they would refund the money for it, and that I was welcome to pass it on to someone else if I wished to.

She said the item she is posting would reach me tomorrow. So next day delivery. Nice.

I got notification of that a short while ago, and that is what prompted this whole post. Because instead of Interlink, the package is being delivered by DPD.

I have hunted and hunted and I cannot find out what DPD stands for. So Tara and I came up with our own name.

My replacement choccies are arriving by Direct Pigeon Delivery!

Now, who can I pass the 50% milk chocolate batons on to I wonder...
Lex xxx
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MAURIZIA 9/22/2013 10:16AM

    Oh, Lexie, you brought back a memory. Many years ago I was working long hours (for that job, unusual) and so ordered two desserts for Thanksgiving Day to bring to my cousin's home, where John & I were celebrating. It arrived on the eve of the holiday - and I thought it was an usually shaped box for two pies. When I opened it, it contained a 15 lb. Beef Wellington...with a shipping notice for another person. I immediately called, but because of the holiday they couldn't pick it up so told me to keep it. One, I don't eat meat. Two, my freezer holds about 5 frozen dinners and two ice trays. My landlord was nice enough to stick it in the large freezer and they enjoyed 4 meals from it. I never received my pies but did get a credit...and flowers became my holiday contribution.

I'm sure you'll have no problem finding a home for those unordered chocolates!


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GARDENCHRIS 9/21/2013 11:06AM

    good for you...... i'll have to check out the chocolate thing..

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ANNEMAC5 9/21/2013 10:32AM

    Sorry you have had problems with your purchases on line, so frustrating for you.
I order lots of stuff on line and I have been really lucky no problems. I can get stuff sent to family directly then I do not have to worry about postage.
I would be too tempted by chocolate so best I stay away from what sounds like a wonderful site. I stick with little Fredo bars for 20p for my fix.
Hope every thing gets sorted and it does sound like you have had some good customer service.
Great pictures :)
DPD direct parcel delivery ? or damn parcel drop like the pigeon idea

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SHAWFAN 9/21/2013 8:32AM

    Very cute! Hope your items get replaced correctly and quickly! Lovely about the chocolates!

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    cute! emoticon

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NEW-CAZ 9/21/2013 2:53AM

    Ordering on t'internet can be a nightmare.
sounds like you're getting better customer service than some companies, hope it works out.
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_LINDA 9/21/2013 1:12AM

    That chocolate company sounds simply marvelous, what customer service!! I have been off my chocolate noms for a while now because of over indulgence :P Got to get back on the wagon and get the excess poundage off.
I would be a bit leery ordering online. I prefer to catch local specials on things I want. You don't have to worry about shipping and handling..
Loved the funnies!
Hope your future shopping goes much more smoothly!
Have a great weekend!
Linda xxx

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YJNANA 9/20/2013 11:41PM

I especially love the Cat :)

I hate to order online/internet, I have to see and touch and try on EveryThing

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2ABBYNORMAL 9/20/2013 8:03PM

    I really hate ordering things from the internet for the reasons that you are experiencing. The times that I have ordered items including a TV have been flawless so far. I hope it continues and that you don't experience any problems in the future.
I love the Direct Pigeon Delivery (DPD) picture.
I also have never heard of DPD.

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    I love getting those packages from the delivery guy. The people next door order so much he is on our street almost every day. Hope you can get all your replacements. Something's are really only available online. Have a great day

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BOVEY63 9/20/2013 5:36PM

    Hope all works out with the curtains, plant and especially the CHOCOLATE!!!
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Second Class Spark Citizen

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Sorry guys but it is time for a moan.

Here in the UK we are encouraged to spread the Spark just as much as everyone else. In fact, all across the world there are Sparkers, in just about every country you can think of. We all spark, extol the virtues of the website, lead by example, join teams, lead teams, spin our wheels, accumulate points, track our food and our exercise, and blog about how wonderful Spark is.

So, if we are expending all our energy and time on this, why are we constantly shut out from certain aspects on the Spark Experience?

I am talking specifically about competitions, which are STILL only open to American members, in spite of such a large percentage of members living in other parts of the world... and the most recent innovation - the Spark Activity Tracker - which is only being posted out to people in the US and Canada.


You will see that nowhere in the information for the tracker does it tell you this - oh no! You don't find out until you are all excited, want one desperately, and click to buy. THEN, in the delivery section , you find an ominous little message...

"If you are not in the USA or Canada click here", to be told that they can't currently ship outside of the USA and Canada!

Have they never heard of a little international thing called a POSTAL SERVICE? My friends in America and I (in the little ol' UK) have been sending each other books, gifts, even gnomes, for years with no difficulty, so how come Sparkpeople is still living in the age of the Pony Express? I mean, if we were still relying on the pony express I could understand their reluctance to let the pony make that swim.

Or fly, for that matter...

But this is 2013 people!!! I've never heard such rot in my life!

So, yes, this is me, properly annoyed!

Don't be fooled by the cartoons. I am mad as a hornet about this...

Well, I'm off to do some exercise. Nothing like walking your irrits away.

Enjoy your day, wherever in the world you are! :-)
Lex xxx
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    What is the big deal. I wouldn't get it anyway. The limit of 120 minutes I assume still stands so what is the big deal?

I much more accurately track what I do on fitbit. I do 15000 steps a day on average and get support from likeminded friends there. (internationally) It syncs with Spark people but only credits 120 min as an upper limit daily. Spark people is useless in itself with that rule for me.

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2ABBYNORMAL 9/20/2013 8:00PM

    I have read all the replies and see that they are planning to work on it.
I sent a message to the Spark Person in charge of graphics asking for different emoticons. I gave him a ton of ideas. It is a simple thing to change the emoticons. If they would give me access, I would volunteer to do it easily.
I have not had a response from anyone as I also sent the message to Coach Nicole and the SparkGuy. I guess this is trivial to them.

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JUNEAU2010 9/19/2013 7:02PM

    I agree with Ramona! This is the 21st century and the internet is worldwide. I am in the US, but any kind of unfairness ruffles me!

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MAURIZIA 9/19/2013 1:45PM

    I am so sorry to read that this is the case. I almost can understand the contests, but selling the product. it must be the taxation issue. That actually has happened to me with an Australian website. I got to the final "checkout" page and they couldn't ship to the US. I feel your frustration and anger.

Hugs, Lexie.

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BARCLE 9/18/2013 6:49PM

    New Zealander hoping too that this can change emoticon

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NORWOODGIRL 9/18/2013 5:15PM

    Guess I lead a sheltered life! I had no idea this was happening. Totally unfair and definitely frustrating for you.

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EMMABE1 9/18/2013 4:31PM

    I live in Australia - and many of you know that I run Chair Exercise Team - I have been complaining about this situation for more thasn 4 years now - as far as competitions - that comes under Gaming and Betting - which has legal aspects - but SELLING things - nope - anyone can sell anywhere - the tax and postage and customs is the responsibility of the buyer!! If it doesn't work because you get a product from overseas - that is the buyers responsibility .
What REALLY annoyed me this time though ewasd the email - stating
"As a member of our Community Team or a SparkTeam leader, you are part of an exclusive pre-release group for the Spark. Wed like to thank you for being such a loyal member.......................!!"
Great - but the gratitude obviosl;y stops at the borders of USA!!
So basically its a case of - yes you can use the site - yes please work for us (as in leading teams etc) - yes please promiote the site in your country - BUT don't expect any concession, gratitude or thanks from us!!
Maybe this should be put in the inititial joining speal so that anyone outside USA knows when they join that they really are outsiders!!

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BOVEY63 9/18/2013 4:07PM

    Hopefully Spark will clear this up and begin mailing to people around the world.

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ANJAYS-JOURNEY 9/18/2013 3:56PM

    Totally understand and sympathize with you

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CMFARRELL36 9/18/2013 3:51PM

    Got a reply from D Heilman -
- They will ensure that the warning is made more prominent in mailings.
- International mailing should be available before the end of the year.

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CMFARRELL36 9/18/2013 3:44PM

    I've just sent yet another message to SP to please at least put the warning on the first page of an offer.
It won't cure all the frustration, but at least would help to minimise.

However - I've kind of list count of the number of times I've sent this suggestion.

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CMFARRELL36 9/18/2013 2:39PM

    Love your Bunway Airline pic - looks well angry!
I've read the info given by SP staff - but what's the point in signing up to be notified of when international shipping will happen when it seems that nothing is being done about it?
I appreciate the point about competitions, and different countries having different regulations - but loads of companies manage this.
The small team at SP is probably the best explanation. With such a small work force for such a huge international membership, there probably isn't enough time in the working day for any of them to fully research all the ins and outs and then draft a document to cover it all. When you look at the T&C of some of the other companies, it can go on for pages and pages of really small print!
And, finally, I would really rather have a free SP and do without some of the benefits, than have to pay for membership and inclusion in benefits I'd probably rarely use.

Oh and very finally - SP is not the only Internet group where postage or competition restrictions apply.

in Scotland

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    As an American, I had no idea the rest of the international Sparkers were left out of certain aspects of the program! emoticon It is hard to succeed when you aren't provided all the tools necessary for the journey. emoticon Weight loss is hard enough without extra obstacles in the way! Hopefully SP will reconsider making all options available to ALL Spark members!

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3016DEBRA 9/18/2013 1:42PM

  You've got a major point...Let's take care of this, Spark! emoticon

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_RAMONA 9/18/2013 12:55PM

    AMEN!!! While I am in Canada we, too, are excluded from all Spark contests.

As a result, on principle, I refuse to purchase any Spark merchandise.

I figure if you are using the internet to put forth your agenda, you should be prepared to be all inclusive in all respects.

I wonder what this place would be like if all non-Americans stopped participating?

Worth repeating: "In fact, all across the world there are Sparkers, in just about every country you can think of. We all spark, extol the virtues of the website, lead by example, join teams, lead teams, spin our wheels, accumulate points, track our food and our exercise, and blog about how wonderful Spark is. So, if we are expending all our energy and time on this, why are we constantly shut out from certain aspects on the Spark Experience? "

I, too, will be forwarding this on!
(though, even that I 'liked' it unfortunately it will not make 'popular blog'... wouldn't want people to really think about this, would we?)

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SHEENADEE 9/18/2013 11:03AM


I know it stinks when you cannot participate in some things. Not sure if you saw this, but, DJHEILMAN from the SparkPeople staff posted a reply in the Team Leaders team that explains the issue and provides a link to a form you can fill out and then be notified when shipping to your country becomes available. Dave's post is in this thread:


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LOPEYP 9/18/2013 9:09AM

    If I ventured a guess it is because SP has a small staff but as SparkGuy and see what you get for a response.

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HEALTHY4ME 9/18/2013 7:49AM

    I am in Canada and I too get ticked... the tracker is one of the first things to be sent out of the US. International postage wll if you pay postage then... that is their thing the cost of postage and some places and countries diff rules on contests. I know that here in Canada, one province Quebec isn't allowed in some contests even within Canada.
But, I too wish that we all were "allowed" to participate. I have thought OH I can do that... opps guess not.

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GARDENCHRIS 9/18/2013 7:26AM

    contact SparkGuy and ask him that question.

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LOVESLIFE48 9/18/2013 7:19AM

    I'm so sorry you are being left out!! Not fair!! I hope Spark guy sees this and does something about it, the right thing!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SHAWFAN 9/18/2013 6:35AM

    Not very friendly of Sparks, is it. I'll be sure to forward this blog also so other sparkers know the frustration of all in other countries. emoticon

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NEW-CAZ 9/18/2013 5:20AM

    Yep! Angers me too Lex!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BR>I'll be forwarding this blog to Spark Guy himself and other UK Sparkers!
Never know.......it might be change-making emoticon

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ANNEMAC5 9/18/2013 5:01AM

    No messing with this mad Sparky.
Everything you have said is true we are a small world so no excuses spark people

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Things to do when the weather is icky.

Sunday, September 15, 2013

As the weather goes back to what is considered 'normal' for the UK - cold, drizzly, misty, windy - here are a selection of the weird and the wacky tourist attractions around the UK that you may enjoy whatever the weather - so it says, but I don't think they really thought this one through, looking at some of the ideas.

Who wouldn't enjoy admiring the world's largest colouring pencil, or swinging in the grabber of a giant JCB digger? Who wouldn't love to know the history of lawn mowers, or going Nessie-spotting in Scotland? And for the really hardy types, there is always the only nudist beach in Scotland. *Brrr...*


I think I'll give most of these a miss, thanks all the same. :-)

Milestone reached today:

I arrived at John O'Groats again on my Nintendo DS Active Health game. 912 miles in 259 days (37 weeks). That is an average of 3.52 miles per day. This has been mostly achieved indoors, so weather-safe. Step to the Beat, Leslie Sansone DVDs and all the other fun tools I have to hand have kept me moving, and I also include any steps from shopping etc, and now I have a new target to try and beat. :-) I've been using this game almost as long as I've been on Sparkpeople, and the pedometer goes everywhere with me. Best game ever! :-) If you are talking about value for money, anyway. I think I paid 10 for it at Tesco with some money off vouchers. I've had it about 4 1/2 years now.

Water is still fine. I can't imagine not drinking my water minimum these days. I am a long way from this blog entry back in my early Spark Days:


And freggies are mostly fine too. Bit fed up with beans and chick peas, but aside from that. :-)

I pulled my first beetroots from the garden yesterday, boiled them whole until tender, them peeled and chopped them up and they are in my fridge ready to eat with lunches and dinners. The enjoyment of fresh veg from the garden is sublime. :-) We may not have the biggest harvest this year, but we are really enjoying what we have. A couple of evenings ago I garnished a home made lamb and veg bolognese sauce with 5 whole dwarf beans from one of my plants. :-) It may not have been much, but they were amazingly sweet and tender. So are my runner beans. Instead of leaving them to get to the size in the shops I pick them at about half the size, and that way they aren't stringy and are tender and sweet as well.

Hey, I haven't mentioned the Menopause yet today.

So here is your bit of menopausal wisdom for today.

Menopause symptoms are like buses. You wait ages for one, and then three come along together.

Menopause isn't for sissies! ;-)

Enjoy your day!
Lex xxx
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BOVEY63 9/18/2013 4:05PM

    Great job on the miles!
Love the menopause jokes - going through it myself (no blue face yet though LOL!)

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2ABBYNORMAL 9/15/2013 10:21PM

    I reviewed the link and found it interesting. I added it to my favorites.

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MNNICE 9/15/2013 2:16PM

    My idea of how to spend an "icky" day: grab a book, a blanket, and snuggle in!

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NEW-CAZ 9/15/2013 1:14PM

    Great blog Lex, well done on your steps! emoticon

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GARDENCHRIS 9/15/2013 12:54PM

    are you having your own personal power surges?!!?! That is what menopause is .... sound more positive that way! lol

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_LINDA 9/15/2013 12:08PM

    No precipitation here, but the mornings are getting cold enough that everyone better get everything out of their gardens they don't want frozen! We have had an amazingly long streak of sunny days!
Those are some interesting picks for site-seeing.
Yes, you sure have come a long way from your water phobia days ;)
Lucky you getting some great garden veggies!
Way to go keeping your stepping streak alive!
Have a good evening!
Linda xxx

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LOVESLIFE48 9/15/2013 12:01PM

    I want to go to diggerland!!! emoticon emoticon

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YJNANA 9/15/2013 11:41AM

    Cute Blog today :)
I love your Cat, I totally know that feeling LOL
Your weather sounds a lot like ours, here in Washington State.

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Bet You Didn't Know 'Blue Face' is a Menopausal Side-Effect!

Thursday, September 12, 2013

This menopausal side-effect was reported recently on a website that assists women who are trying to cope with various effects of this time of their life. Well worth taking note, as although this particular side-effect is rare, it could happen to you:

I have struggled with menopause side effects plus foggy brain, severe joint pain, night sweats, flushes etc.
I've been to my GP and HRT was contra indicated for me. (health issues)
So I've been trying supplements and vitamins and am now on ADs.
This has caused various changes and side effects of one form or another.
So when I recently woke up with a bad rash over my face and neck I got quite concerned.
I looked in the bathroom mirror and I looked Blue?!?!
I couldn't think what I had taken to cause this.
So decided to have a think over a cuppa whilst getting dressed.
During which I sat at my dressing table and cleaned my skin with a cosmetic wipe...low and behold , the blue came off my face??....Then the penny dropped.
I had recently bought Teal Blue Bedding, and although I DID prewash it, the dye was coming off during my night sweats.
So I was waking up BLUE and covered in a rash.
What a twit.. panic over.

So, ladies, do be careful when choosing your bedding. Don't want anyone else turning blue overnight!

Well, off to hang new nets and to figure out how to put up a curtain rod. This could be interesting. :-)
Enjoy your day.
Lex xxx
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BOVEY63 9/18/2013 4:03PM

Always love your humor!!!

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2ABBYNORMAL 9/13/2013 12:36AM

    Wow - totally amazing! Prewashing the sheets and the dye still coming off. I wouldn't have figured that one out!

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MONCHACHA 9/12/2013 9:00PM

    Thanks for finding the humor in those horrible night sweats!

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AHTRAP 9/12/2013 6:17PM

    Thought you might be cross promoting for the new Smurfs movie.

Glad you were only looking blue, and not feeling blue, anyway!

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LOVESLIFE48 9/12/2013 6:06PM

    OH wow!! Thanks for the warning!!! emoticon

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MNNICE 9/12/2013 2:41PM

    The things us women have to endure!!!!

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CARLA-216 9/12/2013 2:41PM

    Tooo funny!

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_LINDA 9/12/2013 11:36AM

    emoticon That would at least be a very pretty form of blue!

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CHEVY63 9/12/2013 10:02AM

You always crack me up!!!


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    emoticon Thanks for the warning

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