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5th-Mar-2017 03:25 pm

How did I manage to dissappear for that long - so far behind?  I suppose it asn't helped that I have been working a couple of "normal" weeks, which is actually only 3 1/2 days, but I have been very tired the rest of the time.  I also ended up very sore after having Carpel Tunnel injection.  The GP just caught a nerve as he put the needle in, and although he moved it it was still really sore for a week.

Jiffy has been keeping OK, which is good.

I have booked my holiday.  I will be out of the country for almost all of July (and a couple of days of June).  This coming Thursday I shall be meeting up with a lady and her dog who may be Jiffy's carer for the holiday.

The decorating is finished for the present.  I am slowly trying to pack things away in their permenant home.  However I have decided to have a conservatory built!  So some things will have to move again after Easter.  I will post some pictures soon, I promise.

Still I am posting a couple of pictures here.  Last Wednesday I had an email to say that Mum & Dad's stones had been placed.  If you are on Facebook you will have seen the overall view, but here are some more.

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5th-Mar-2017 04:01 pm (UTC)
Wow, there really aren't many surnames like Weatherhogg left in the world. What a wonderful name.

Having a lovely not-caring-where-I-end-up ride around on my weekly East of Scotland bus card.

Left Blairgowrie at 9am; spent some time in Perth; then ended up in Kinross, simply because seconds after I wandered to the bus station a Kinross bus arrived. Managed the good fortune to get off there just yards from a tiny very new; like five days old, coffee shop, where I had some wonderfull coffee. Now in Dunfermline drinking Green Tea in a Caffe Nero which wasn;t here the last time I was in Dunfermline, before I eventually wend my way home via St. Andrews and Dundee.

My mother's maiden name was Penfound, btw. Did briefly consider chnaging my name to that as I have been sure for a considerable period of time that I didn;t want my father's family name attached to me when I popped my cork.

Have a wonderful Sunday,

7th-Mar-2017 12:38 pm (UTC)
I am the only one in the family who loves our surname. When I was a kid I used to say how much I loved it and Mum & Dad used to laugh and say that I would end up changing it ... maybe that's why I never married! The name is to do with shepherds and sheep.

Hope you had a great day out ... I was a good girl and actually did some more sorting out.
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