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Made out Like Bandits Again!

Friday, March 04, 2011

Today is the DS Pokemon Black and White release day here in the UK, and Tara is a big Pokemon fan, so naturally she was really keen to be first in line for the new game. The joy of the shop called Game is that they do trade-ins on old games, or we just couldn't do this with our meagre finances.

So, Tara went through all her old DS games to see what she didn't play anymore, and then persuaded me to part with a couple of games I don't play much either, and we headed into town today, hoping that what we were parting with would mean the most money she would have to pay towards the Pokemon Black game (35) and the legendary Case Kit (15) she also craved would be a fiver, which was all she had in the cash department. So she needed 45 from the trade-ins. Hmmm...

So, on the way in I fooolishly *hee hee* suggested we pop into the RSPCA shop to see if I missed anything in the CD department, and it turned out I missed four things:

S Club 7 and their '7' album
Chillout Winter Collection
Liberty X and their Being Somebody album
Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - The Oliver Northcott as Joseph version (we already have Donny Osmond's version on DVD) Tara played the Narrator in primary school and still loves the show. :-)

We walked the rest of the way into town, pausing to take photos of the latest gadgetry being used by the local council to prevent mindless vandals from stealing the councils car park A-Boards...



Honestly, we are so short of cash in this country, you really would hope they wouldn't have to be spending their meagre reserves padlocking A-boards to lampposts! Damn thieves...

...or......

...could the A-boards themselves be trying to escape? Looks like the struggle to get away was too much for this one...



Anyway, I digress... We then walked through the Friday street market. The Game store was in sight when I was distracted by aubergines - two for a pound - which takes care of the dinner tonight - ratatouille yum! Whether it will be with fish, with chicken, or on its own over pasta, I haven't decided yet. :-)

A few steps nearer to the store and I spotted Wilburs (Shopping bags on wheels - mine is called Wilbur). :-) I bought Wilbur from this guy a couple of years ago, and he is rather the worse for wear, sadly. His frame is still good and strong, but the bag has been patched in a few places with duct tape, due to accidentally scraping him against walls and so forth. You know how it is, fighting for space in supermarkets. It can get quite rough sometimes. LOL

I asked the guy if I could buy just a replacement bag without a frame and he quoted me 6, so I told him I'd be back after a trip to the cash machine, and we walked off, right past the only cash machine in the area because I forgot one was there, and straight into Game. LOL

So, we are finally in the store (thank heavens Tara has more patience than me, LOL) and the place is practically empty! I was expecting long queues, but I guess that will be more likely tomorrow, as we were there during school hours today. The joy of home schooling, hee hee.

Tara went to grab the game and kit she wanted and was really excited when she came back because both were 5 cheaper than advertised! So that meant she only needed 35 out of her trade-ins tops! There was no queue, so we went up to the checkout and Tara tipped the collection of trade-ins onto the counter. The guy checked them all, and them scanned them through the machine. The total amount she was offered...*drumroll please*... 57!!! (we take good care of our games. :-))

So, with 17 spare, I asked her if she wanted to keep one of the games back, seeing as she didn't need to trade all of them, and you know what she said? "No Mum, it's OK, you have the 17 and get yourself a new game."



Well, I wasn't expecting that! :-) So we had a wee mooch around the store and came back with a new DS game - Jewel Quest Mysteries: Curse of the Emerald Tear, and a playstation 2 secondhand game of Tetris. :-) I have two lovely daughters!



Yes, I know I've used this pic before but it is my official happy face for now! LOL

We left Game, and were heading towards the park and home when I remembered about Wilbur, spotted the cash machine, got out a tenner, and went back to the market stall. It turned out that the basic black bag, which was what I had before, when I was a little embarrassed at having to use a wheelie shopping bag and wanted to blend into the background was 6, but the bag I had my eye on - a little bolder and snazzier in design and perfect for someone who is happy to be a wheelie-bagger ;-) - was a pound dearer. Oh well, we won't quibble over that, considering how well we've done this week bandit-wise, so I coughed up my 7, and he undressed the Wilbur (cos the display one was the only one of that design he had) and handed over my new Wilbur bag. :-)

Again, we were heading for the park, excitedly discussing our goodies, when Tara remembered that she still had her 5 pocketmoney intact and could we go to HMV to see what she could get? Well, what can you do? So around we turned, past the veg stall, past the Wilbur stall, past Game, and round the corner to HMV. We walk in, me expecting again to have a long wait while Tara ummed and aahed over her choices, and what happens? She comes face to face with a Duffy album Endlessly for 5 in the HMV sale, literally right inside the door. Shortest trip to HMV EVER!!! LOL

For the third time we headed to the park, adding up what we spent versus what we actually got, and realised we spent 15 between us, and came away with 72 worth of goods!!!

And it still wasn't quite over. The park was beautiful today, with a lot of manic bird activity on the pond. No money changed hands here, but I took lots of photos, like these ones:











We reached the other side of the park and I remembered I needed a notebook, so as The Range was just across the road, we popped in there for a last spend before finally heading home for a well-earned cuppa! I got the notebook I wanted, and Tara spent 17p on a Freddo choc bar using her debit card, much to the amusement of the cashier. LOL Probably one of the smallest card transactions he'll see today. *grin*

So that was our Bandit-raid to town on Pokemon Black and White release day (Or Pokemon Magpie Day as I prefer to call it). :-) It is appropriate to note, as I have a definite connection to the Magpie, that I had something of a black and white day today too. LOL

Pukka pad Black, white and grey with green trim. Well, Magpies do nest in trees, so green is allowed! LOL



And Wilbur's makeover? Well, he has gone from plain black to a more floral black/grey/white motif:

Before Makeover:



After Makeover:



I hope Sophie approves. :-)

Only sad note? I can't take revamped Wilbur shopping cos I'm broke! :-( LOL

Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend to look forward to. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SILLYHP1953 3/22/2011 2:20PM

    That was quite a shopping day!! Good job. I used to love playing Tetris, was quite good at it, too.

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CHEVY63 3/5/2011 2:17PM

    What a great trip! I felt like I was right there with you - you are a great writer.

Hope your weekend is going well!

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CHRISTURTLE 3/5/2011 6:31AM

    I don't have a Wilbur, I have a 'Nova' purchased from the Nova (Melbourne radio station) Royal Melbourne Show 3 years ago. My Nova accompanies me on our annual Christmas shopping/bargain hunting at the factory outlets depot pilgrimage to Melbourne each December, and to make a return visit to the Royal Melbourne Show each September. Other than that, poor Nova sits in the back of the wardrobe in my computer room - buried behind boxes of heaven only knows what.
Since I'm now a pedestrian round town, only using the car for local trips when I have more than one carrier bag of groceries, I really appreciated your blog - my Nova is going to emerge from the deep dark recesses of the wardrobe, and will accompany me on shopping trips!
My Nova cost me $15.00AU, and just converted it to English currency... it would have cost me 9.34GBP *Australian keyboards don't have the symbol for monetary pounds, sorry*.
Come to think of it, my Nova may just solve the whole 'carrying two too heavy books, plus folders, notes, assignments, lunch, drinks, etc. to Eventide for my course twice per week - I've had to drive there cos its just too heavy to carry everything. I was thinking of trying a backpack on Thursday next week, but if that isn't a success I will give Nova two days per week out at an aged care facility!
I'll take a photo of Nova when I manage to extract her from her secure location behind all those boxes, so you can see how very similar my Nova is to your Wilbur.

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CHERIRIDDELL 3/5/2011 2:53AM

    What a lovely adventure ! You really did well ,can you and Tara come shopping with me ?

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JHADZHIA 3/4/2011 11:48PM

    Wow!! You guys really go with your shopping!! Well done!
Love the new Wilbur!! Very modern!
Keep up the fabulous work!!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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MNOT2THICK 3/4/2011 7:59PM

    Can I take some lessons. You guys did great. emoticon

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CARLA-216 3/4/2011 3:26PM

    Great job making out like bandits again! I love it! I'm liking Wilbur's new spiffy new coat. I wouldn't mind having one of those for my Costco trips, especially if I'm only there to buy food. I despise their giant carts and always bang my shins on the cart because of the way they're designed. Plus, it doesn't help matters that I am a total klutz. ;-)

I also LOVE the park pictures, especially the tree that looks like a willow. Love the way the tiny buds look like lace on the willows.

xoxo
Carla

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CAROLIAN 3/4/2011 1:49PM

    great bargains love wilbur mk2 enjoy the weekend lol carol emoticon

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BOE4LIFE 3/4/2011 1:04PM

    What an awesome day. The saving fairies were with you on that trip. Great deal. I had an pretty awesome day as well. Hope the weekend is the same. Spark On!

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YOYONOMORE1 3/4/2011 12:45PM

    Lexie it sounds like you had a wonderful outing and did make out like bandits, woo hoo. I love the pictures in the park of the green grass, soon I hope that's what it'll look like here in Michigan. I loved reading your blog and wish you and yours a wonderful weekend.

Hugs,
Shirl

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TWOTIMESS 3/4/2011 12:12PM

    Wow, Lexie - you can stretch a pound, and Tara's not doing badly at all! I like Wibur's new coat. And the park! It was under snow not too long ago and just look at the green grass! You've earned your cuppa!
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Feb No-Scales Results and Made Out Like a Bandit

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

First, thanks for all the positive comments and suggestions about my v-log. Mental note to self (thanks JHADZHIA) to make sure that next time the TV and/or music is silent before I start. LOL. I had no idea how well the webcam mike would pick up sound from across the room until I heard the playback, and by then Sophie had had enough of the thigh-slapping ups and gone off to the sofa for a snooze, so no chance of a repeat performance. :-) Oh, and if anyone has Skype and a webcam and wants a video chat (or whatever it's called) sometime, do let me know. I downloaded Skype yesterday. :-)

Thanks everyone also for all your comments on my recent blogs, sparkpage and for my goodies. I'm still trying to catch up with you all individually, but I wanted you to know that your comments and support are always appreciated. :-)

Hey, check this out! These guys spent all day installing these bollards to prevent people from parking right on the pavement in front of the club, and now they're cleaning up, ready to go home. How long do you think it'll take before they realise where they parked their van? LOLOLOL



February No Scales Month didn't go according to plan. I gained a pound and a half, lost an inch around my thigh but gained an inch on my hips!!! Good grief! Waist and upper arm were no change, so all in all not quite the successful month I'd hoped it would be. C'est la vie! :-) Am feeding the tape measure to Sophie!



It didn't help, of course, succumbing to that cold/chest/sinus infection for the last ten days of so of the challenge, because I felt like I was doing quite well until that point. Still, that is all better now, apart from a slight residue of sinus issues, for which I have nasal spray, so I'm back on form for March (please don't let me saying that be a jinx! LOL).

Monthly figures for Feb are:

Strength trained for 30 mins 8 out of 12 times
Walked/Cardio 86.76 miles, and the target was 84 over the month.
Woohoo!!!

Fruit and veg minimum 5 daily - 28/28
Woohoo!!!
Water minimum 8 daily - 20/28
When my sinuses are really bad, cold water can make it worse, so had to cut down for a week, as I can't stand hot water without milk and a teabag in it. LOL
Calories in range 21/28.
Went under a few times while ill, and over twice, due to mini melton mowbray pork pies on one day and due to an attack of the munchies last night. LOL
Carbs in range 26/28
Under on both occasions that I missed the target, and both times were while poorly.
Fat in range 22/28
Went over, but only by teeny amounts most of the time. Went under twice while poorly.
Protein in range 23/28
Failed to make the minimum due to illness on those days.

Now for the Made Out Like A Bandit Retail Therapy... *grin*
In these days of up-to-my-eyes-in-bills, any retail therapy is strictly on-a-budget therapy, but you can still have fun. Today I raided the local RSPCA charity shop and came away with 5 CDs and a DVD for a total of 2.10!!! Yeehar!!! *grin*

Three CDs were 50p each:
Gabrielle's Rise album
Lighthouse Family Greatest Hits special edition
Everly Brothers Hits

The other 2, and the DVD were all newspaper freebies, so you get asked for a donation for those, so I gave 20p each for them:
Tom Jones
Tina Turner
Then film was the old classic Journey to the Centre of the Earth. The one with Treat Williams in it. *sighs with happy*



Exercise is back to normal. Today I walked Sophie, and did a run to Waitrose, then did 30 mins strength training. :-)

Hope you are all having a great start to March!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SILLYHP1953 3/22/2011 2:12PM

    I know what a euro is now!! And after handing over 200 dollars in exchange for 115 euros, I know what a dollar is, too!! Needless to say, I didn't spend a lot while in Italy, except for food, which took plenty of euros! I'm glad you got a deal shopping. And don't feed the tape measure to Sophie! I do have skype on my laptop so I can communicate with my son while he's still over in Italy. He's six hours ahead of me, so you probably are, too. It makes it hard to be online at the same time, I've found.

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JHADZHIA 3/2/2011 9:41AM

    You did pretty well, considering it all! I mean perfect with your fruits and veggies!! Woohoo! And only 2 days missed getting carbs in range is pretty darn good!! (I struggle with that one)
Keep up the great work and don't worry on the scale, you will get that going when you get back to 100 %.
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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CHERIRIDDELL 3/2/2011 2:54AM

    Brilliant start to March .I love a bargain ! I'm taking True to the vet tomorrow so I can imagine what that will set me back but anything for my furbaby! I have been worried about her and chanting I will not make toad in the hole and sticky toffe pud I will not so far I am winning the battle . As long as she is fine I will manage ,If I get bad news they'll have to install bollards around me to keep me out of the kitchen !

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LIFEISSWEET2 3/1/2011 9:33PM

    Looks like February was a mixed bag....but you DID make a lot of the goals you set for yourself...all that while being ill. I'd say you had a great February when you do the math emoticon.

Looks like March will be a good month for you, after all, look at those bargains you scored. I'd say that was a good way to start March.

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BOVEY63 3/1/2011 4:52PM

    You did great on your goals - especially when you weren't feeling well.
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I love getting deals at thrift/charity stores too - I'm wearing a shirt I bought at one just last week. You did great!
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Love the pics and cartoons!
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ANNEMAC5 3/1/2011 3:58PM

    You reached some of your goals so good for you. It is tough when you are ill. Glad you are back on the move.

Lots of us lost our spark for a while in Feb so all onward and upward for March. Love your pictures made me smile. Good bargains, have to look harder nowadays. Use to get my books from charity shops but they out priced themselves so I enjoy going to the library now.
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DARACOX 3/1/2011 3:36PM

    My Feb didn't work out as well as I would have liked either, and I didn't even get sick! You still sound like you did really well though! Good luck in March!

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CARLA-216 3/1/2011 2:56PM

    Not too shabby at all considering feeling poorly for almost half of the month.

So glad to read you're feeling better and back to the walkies! Love the bargains you got at the charity shop. Funny you mention Tom Jones because I've had one of his songs in my head the last couple of days. This one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrwO
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xoxo
Carla>
PS: LOL at the daft workers blocking their van in!

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TWOTIMESS 3/1/2011 2:25PM

    Love your blog! You didn't do too badly, considering you were out of action for 2 weeks. I like the bargains you got at the charity shop - I simply adore Tom Jones (showing my age again!)
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ELAOPET 3/1/2011 2:13PM

    hahahahaaa I love the pics!!!!!
Look, WE SURVIVED FEBRUARY! THAT IS SOMETHING!!!! Now spring is comming, and lets be real, we may get spring blues, but soon that will pass and we'll get that beautiful kick in the rear nature gives alll it's creatures, so why would it exclude us? I'm ready for it! YOU? emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Sophie's First Web Cam Intro

Monday, February 28, 2011


Introducing Sophie. :-) I got a web cam today, and this is my first attempt at using it. The quality is a bit iffy, but here goes. I hope this works! :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx

  
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LOVESLIFE48 3/4/2011 8:12AM

    Sophie is adorable and so are you!!

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ELAOPET 3/1/2011 2:04PM

    Oh, I like you even more now! emoticon
I love the way you enjoy your Sophie! I enjoyed you two just now very much! Thank you for sharing!
(She's very energetic, isn't she? LOL)

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CARLA-216 3/1/2011 11:25AM

    Aww, I love it! So nice to see Sophie in action and to hear you and your lovely accent! :D

xoxo
Carla

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GRACE612 3/1/2011 8:11AM

    Aww!!! How sweet Sophie is! Thanks for introducing her to us all!!

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SCREWIE 3/1/2011 7:38AM

    Sophie's too cute for words :)))

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CHERIRIDDELL 3/1/2011 12:10AM

    SOphie is lovely , she will no doubt be a firm favourite .It was lovely to see you too! hugs,Cheri

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JHADZHIA 2/28/2011 11:28PM

    Nice to see and hear you and Sophie! That was awesome!
One word of advice, do turn the telly or radio off before recording -it was being picked up very well. Want to hear you loud and clear!
Hope to see (and hear) more of you and your family in the future!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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CHEVY63 2/28/2011 10:32PM

    Cool! Thanks for posting! emoticon

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LINDABENEDICT 2/28/2011 10:25PM

    Great video ! Sophie is star !

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SILLYHP1953 2/28/2011 8:06PM

    So nice to have a proper introduction to Sophie and a little bit of you introducing her!!
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CHRISTURTLE 2/28/2011 4:56PM

    How great to be able to see you in 'virtual live, in action' person, and to get to meet your beloved, and totally adorable, Sophie. You have almost inspired me to buy a webcam so I can introduce the furrier family members. Maybe after the wedding I'll do just that!


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BOVEY63 2/28/2011 4:30PM

    So sweet to see the love between the two of you.
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ANNEMAC5 2/28/2011 4:27PM

    That was sweet and you have a sparkling smile. Sophie looked cute. I have a web cam but only use it when my son calls me on skype. You did well. emoticon

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TWOTIMESS 2/28/2011 4:08PM

    LOL Lex! What did Andy Warhol say about fame? You and Sophie just enjoyed your first 45 seconds of it!
Great video, I'm sure you'll become an old hand at it!

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GRACIE1232 2/28/2011 3:48PM

  nice job

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A healthy dinner that looks...

Saturday, February 26, 2011

...like a garbage dump, according to my dear sweet daughter! LOLOL

What do you think? It is two pieces of Essential Waitrose Frozen Coley, covered in a large dollop of home-made ratatouille, and baked in the oven before being lovingly placed on a bed of rice and petit pois. :-)



So, garbage dump, or appetising dinner?
You decide! *grin*
Hugs,
Lex xxx


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EDIT: It was very, very tasty... for a garbage dump! LOL

  
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SILLYHP1953 2/28/2011 8:11PM

    Well...taste is the important part!

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BOVEY63 2/28/2011 4:31PM

    I love food mixtures over rice!
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CARLA-216 2/28/2011 2:03PM

    LOL at Tara!
I think it looks like an appetizing dinner that I'd gladly chow down on!

xoxo
Carla

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ELAOPET 2/27/2011 5:42PM

    RICE! I think i made a mistake comming here at this hour! Love me some rice, white or brown! (love white, prefer brown - how PC am I LOL)
I find (as you may have noticed) food musn't always look picture perfect but if it is good it's great! LOL


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CHEVY63 2/27/2011 2:37PM

    Glad it tasted good!

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CHERIRIDDELL 2/27/2011 2:09PM

    Tara made me smile but I still think it looked tasty!

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WANDAH3 2/27/2011 10:52AM

    Too funny! My question would be...how did it taste??? *grin*
Hugs,
Wanda

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TWOTIMESS 2/27/2011 7:47AM

    Ratatouille is a favourite of mine, no matter what you serve it with! I think it looks like a yummy plate of food. I also had fish last night and it was superb! A few years from now your daughter will be making her own plate of coley, just watch, LOL!

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CAROLIAN 2/27/2011 12:58AM

    It's not what it looks like it's the taste that matters lol carol emoticon

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JHADZHIA 2/27/2011 12:25AM

    Your daughter got it right lol.

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CHRISTURTLE 2/26/2011 4:51PM

    Looks great to me, but what on earth is frozen Coley, or for that matter, fresh coley? Just parcel it up and tell her to make her own meal - anyone can make a sandwich, even dissatisfied daughters, lol. emoticon

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IBSHAUN 2/26/2011 4:50PM

    LOL - Got a laugh out of your blog. Um, doesn't look wonderful but more importantly - how did it taste?? I made a chicken in the crockpot with some broth and stuffing once (well twice, because I forgot how it turned out the first time) and my son said it looked like poo on his plate. emoticon
We ate it and though it TASTED like it was described it certainly was not appetizing at all. Made a note not to make that one again- or at least hold the stuffing to serve along the side.

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Gothic St Pancras

Saturday, February 26, 2011

I do love beautiful buildings, especially when they have been lovingly restored. This is a beauty!

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SCREWIE 3/1/2011 7:49AM

    I love this station! Occasionally I pop down to it just to have a look around. If you ever get round to it, look out for the massive bronze statue in the foyer - you can't miss it!

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SILLYHP1953 2/28/2011 8:10PM

    Now that is quite a building!!

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CHERIRIDDELL 2/27/2011 2:07PM

    It is brilliant isn't it?

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JHADZHIA 2/27/2011 12:22AM

    WOW! That is awesome!! glad they saved it!!

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CHRISTURTLE 2/26/2011 3:52PM

    Isn't it wonderful it not only escaped threatened demolition, but has now been so beautifully restored. Oh to be able to afford to stay there, lol. Maybe I could afford some tea and sandwiches, but I am thinking it is going be really appreciated by those who have the funds to spend time staying there.

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CARLA-216 2/26/2011 1:59PM

    Beautiful! I love arched windows and doors and this one has many!

xxx
Carla

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ODDLASS 2/26/2011 12:50PM

    Not bad for a railway station is it? :-)

I doubt being able to afford a sandwich, never-mind as stay!

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ANNEMAC5 2/26/2011 12:22PM

    It is beautiful. I went to Paris on the euro star a couple of years ago with my daughter leaving from the station.

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TWOTIMESS 2/26/2011 12:18PM

    Wowie! That's a beauty! Now, I wonder if I'll be able to afford the spend a night there?

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