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Monday - 13 May 2019

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Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by WillPool » Mon May 13, 2019 4:53 am

Morning All :wave:

Still dusty and had more rain yesterday, with more expected today, very unusual and unseasonal for Saudi .scratch

Paperwork review today, as well as a couple of meetings ../.

Have a great start to your week ./thumbsup..

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Post by danwel » Mon May 13, 2019 4:59 am

Morning / Afternoon,

nearly through another monday and it has been relatively busy with every back at it now after the weekend. I'm approaching the half way point where i transfer from this rig to the FSO literally a couple fo miles away.

2 places that are located so close and owned by the same company but can be very different places at times. You'd imagine that being so close they'd be good at communicating but this couldn't be further from the truth.
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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by wendolene26 » Mon May 13, 2019 7:25 am

Morning All,

Nice and bright in the granite city this morning. The weather is meant to warm up this week so that will be good. A few things on the plan for this week so plenty to keep me busy.

I hope everyone has a great Monday

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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by bernicarey » Mon May 13, 2019 8:50 am

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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by Messy » Mon May 13, 2019 9:00 am

Morning all

Working from home today. A rare treat but the office is being bashed about - open planned- so we are either squeezed in to a tiny space or on rota to work from home.

I will be taking my mobile phone down the shed as I have some carpentry and vanishing to be done. Then cut the grass before actually working this afternoon/evening when the sunshine nosedives

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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by WillPool » Mon May 13, 2019 9:14 am

Messy wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 9:00 am

I will be taking my mobile phone down the shed as I have some carpentry and vanishing to be done. Then cut the grass before actually working this afternoon/evening when the sunshine nosedives

I could get used to this 👍
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Working from home and vanishing lol

Do you mean varnishing????? .scratch

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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by Alexis » Mon May 13, 2019 9:58 am

Good Morning Good People and even those who would prefer to vanish. :wave: :lol:

Sunshine is out, however the wind is a bit chilly.

Eventful Sunday after falling off a narrow step in my garden and breaking my foot. Luckily, my recent car purchase is automatic and reluctantly I eventually had to take myself up to A&E. Absolute pandemonium! Three hours later and in extreme pain, managed to hobble back to car once given diagnosis .pale No pain relief...Doctor to do this today....and being the Metatarsal which is broken, they don't plaster and it has to heal itself. Six weeks minimum they tell me! :roll:

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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by SteveDDon » Mon May 13, 2019 10:21 am

Good morning folks,

Sun is shining in the kingdom of Fife, sitting with a coffee looking at the lawn and deciding if it needs cutting again.(it was only cut last week) It was much easier when I was working and a man came and cut the grass every fortnight.

Think I’ll go out for a walk this afternoon.

Alexis you take care and hopefully the foot will heal quickly.

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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by Alexis » Mon May 13, 2019 10:33 am

Thank you Steve. Enjoy your walk.
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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by bernicarey » Mon May 13, 2019 11:04 am

Alexis wrote:
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Eventful Sunday after falling off a narrow step in my garden and breaking my foot.
Blimey Alexis, never a dull moment around you is there.... Take care and let it heal. I hope it was only one of them.. :?

I have learnt the hard way that the older one gets, the longer things take to heal; it's very frustrating.. :evil:
My body is still complaining about the work I was doing in the garden on Saturday!! :lol:
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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by Alexis » Mon May 13, 2019 11:09 am

bernicarey wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 11:04 am
Alexis wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 9:58 am

Eventful Sunday after falling off a narrow step in my garden and breaking my foot.
Blimey Alexis, never a dull moment around you is there.... Take care and let it heal. I hope it was only one of them.. :?

I have learnt the hard way that the older one gets, the longer things take to heal; it's very frustrating.. :evil:
My body is still complaining about the work I was doing in the garden on Saturday!! :lol:
Thank you Berni. Nothing at all to do with age by the way!!!! :lol: The step is too narrow anyway and it isn't the first time I have slipped on it. :roll: Just about to call someone to replace it with the correct width. A bit late though!

Hope you aren't too stiff and sore this morning. :lol:
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Re: Monday - 13 May 2019

Post by WillPool » Mon May 13, 2019 12:29 pm

Alexis wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 9:58 am
Good Morning Good People and even those who would prefer to vanish. :wave: :lol:

Sunshine is out, however the wind is a bit chilly.

Eventful Sunday after falling off a narrow step in my garden and breaking my foot. Luckily, my recent car purchase is automatic and reluctantly I eventually had to take myself up to A&E. Absolute pandemonium! Three hours later and in extreme pain, managed to hobble back to car once given diagnosis .pale No pain relief...Doctor to do this today....and being the Metatarsal which is broken, they don't plaster and it has to heal itself. Six weeks minimum they tell me! :roll:

Hope everyone can enjoy a bit of sunshine at some point today. Happy Monday. .salut
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Take it easy on your foot, do not go overdoing things until it is healed.

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