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thanks for the whistle Sluggy - but I still need a haircut and I'm not going to Glasgow
luckily I have some black shoes power to the legs to the people!
oh DL I feel your pain - I'm so glad my boys are no longer teenagers, but on the other hand they still cause me grief!
good luck Pippi
MC good for you - take some rest now and decide what to do next xx
Yums - I think apply for the job - you can decide whether to go ahead if you get the offer. As you say you would end up holding the new persons hand when you could be doing the job yourself, we don't always realise what we are capable of.
Looks like my secondment will go ahead in January. Its a shame the way things have turned out but I choose to see the positive and not be bitter I hope the people involved learn a lesson from it but I doubt it! I'm hoping to do myself out of a job and get made redundant in a year's time- but I'm just not that lucky
Daffs well done - I actually enquired about that event was thinking about doing the marathon distance. I'm glad I didn't now, I don't think I would have enjoyed traipsing about in the dark on my own
ah Sluggy I'm glad you enjoyed your holiday with SB. our boys didn't want to come away with us really once they got to about 15, but we've taken them with us for a holiday a couple of times in the last few years and really enjoyed their company - fab isn't it!
we were really concerned about Mr FF's ankle - it seems to be lean over to the side and he relies on heavy boots for support - but his latest hospital visit showed the bone had grown back and the doctor was pleased - hoorah! so feeling more positive and hopeful
I'm off to Lanzarote in a couple of weeks - a week of winter sun with a marathon thrown in
Yums what a nice complement from your boss
MC how are you feeling now?