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Saturday 20 February 2021

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Saturday 20 February 2021

Post by Alexis »

Good Morning All. .cheers

Weather is irrelevant for me today. I have three tasks waiting to be done between now and tomorrow. All interesting and hopefully enjoyable. :D

Hope you all have a good Saturday. .salut
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Re: Saturday 20 February 2021

Post by Coldrop »

A late good morning to you Alexis
Looks wet n windy outside, not that I’ve got further than the back door today or have any plans to.

have a good and safe day
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Re: Saturday 20 February 2021

Post by wendolene26 »

Evening Alexis, Coldrop and anyone else who swings by today.

I was out for a long walk this morning and got home just before the rain started. It's now got rather blustery so will be staying inside the rest of the day. Housework has been on the cards this afternoon and some studying after tea.

Have a great weekend all.

Wendo .salut
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