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Born OnOctober 12th (age: 12 years, 6 months)
Human's NameDouglas
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Myra and Lyla1 day, 4 hours ago

Thank you for your comment on my dog Hes a long haired Datchund he's 6 yrs old and a Cruft winner x his name is Dafydd x

Keighley and Aria2 days, 9 hours ago

Thanks for spotting my field mouse.

Kathleen and Igraine4 days, 22 hours ago

Hello John.   Hope you are doing well.  I get to Heathrow the morning of May 5 and have that day and May 6 in London.  Then on the 7th we’ll be taking the train to Edinburgh.   I have a lot to do before then (yard work, painting) so I should get back to it.   
Xxx. Love and hugs. 💕🌸💜💐Kathleen

Cath and Belaine5 days, 6 hours ago

Hi John  have a Lazy day they're allowed lol
Lazy days are ok it's a bright morning blue sky Sun out so hope you have same by you .

Ged has a medical appointment today just routine
We are having a family meal out tonight with Geds sister and family for a belated birthday celebration
Looking forward to it as we don't all get together often x  always good to hear from you my friend
Take care sending hugs xx

Kathleen and Igraine5 days, 23 hours ago

Hello John- thanks for your message.  :)  I can't believe you're only 25 miles from London!  And you drove there- you are bold and courageous  I would never think of actually driving there.  I am really not a big city person,  for example, I rarely go to Minneapolis proper, but live in a smaller city about 15 miles SW of the city, population around 25,000.  And when I do drive to the city, then I hate the traffic and the expense of finding parking and all the one ways streets, not to mention the terrible public transportation.  I guess I wouldn't want to live right in London but being nearby where I could get to it on a train would be wonderful. I don't know what it is about London that caught my heart, as I am really not into big cities at all, but there is so much history there, and just a lot of little things I love about the UK and British people in general, the accents!! Get me every time, and the different words you use from American English, and the incredible British sense of humor.  And overall how polite people are.  I'm sure it's not as fun to live in  London as to visit, when I visit, I am happily ensconced in Zone 1 and taking the tube everywhere, I have no problems with the tube, and love the museums, the old buildings, the churches, just being able to wander around and feel safe,  I would never feel safe wandering around Minneapolis after dark by myself.  Last year I was there for a baseball game with my former boss and his boss, and we were standing on a street corner looking around and someone just came up to my boss and punched him for no reason.  And so many shootings, assaults, and murders. 
Anyway, I am rambling on again.  I am going to Scotland with my best friend, Mary, and a client of hers, Janet, and a friend of Janet's, Janene.  If you saw my FB post when we were at an Irish pub in Minneapolis (and it was a sketchy part of town too, I was nervous), Mary  is the one sitting next to me. Then Janet and then Janene.   I didn't know either Janet or Janene until we started planning the trip but we have met several times over the last 6 months.   I don't know if you're familiar with the TV show Outlander - I have never watched it- but it is filmed in Scotland, so Mary and Janet wanted to go to Scotland to see some of the locations, like the Culloden battlefield and Fort something, sorry I forgot the name.  Then Mary asked if I wanted to go, and I did, but we felt if we could add a fourth, it would be easier in terms of booking hotels, instead of trying to find hotels that have rooms for 3 people, so Janet invited Janene, and so it was set.  While we're in London, we're staying right off of the Kensington High Street, which is right by where I stayed at university in 1979.  I know things change a lot all the time, but so many things there are the same.  The church where we stayed, Maria Assumpta on Kensington Square is still there and the little park in the middle of the square, although it is padlocked now and only residents can get in. And the local, the Greyhound is still there.
When I went back to London in 2018, I wandered up Kensington Church Street and the bakery that I used to go to was still there, but when I was there in 2022, it had moved out of the Kensington area.  I'm sure new restaurants, etc pop up all the time, but it is a nice feeling to go back and see something that you saw when you were 21 is still there 45 years later! 
Well I'll hush now,  hope you have had a good day and have a better one tomorrow, lots of love, Kathleen  xxx 🤷‍♀️👑❣️❣️💞

Marinda and EAGLE EYE - RELAX NO RULES6 days, 7 hours ago

Hi friend also on the run this side sometimes i do not even get time for FL, hopefully i can sort all things out now, enjoy your day xx

Kathleen and Igraine6 days, 19 hours ago

Hello-  what have you been up to?  We are getting some very badly needed rain today, and even thunder, which I love.   :)  :)     I've been super busy.   I hope you are doing well,
I am excited for the Scotland trip.  Will have two days in London first, then 3 nights Edinburgh, 3 nights Glasgow, 3 nights Inverness, with a day trip to Skye, and then 3 nights in Aberdeen, and then fly back to London to fly home.  I haven't been to Scotland before, very excited to be booked on a tour to Balmoral.  I'm a huge BRF fan.  Also so excited to have a couple of days in London as it is my favorite city.  I was there for 3 months back in 1979 while I was finishing university and I fell in love with the city.  I'd live there in a heartbeat if I could afford it.  This time around I am going to wander around some parks, the tulips should be still in bloom (I hope!) have a high tea, do two walking tours, and a pub crawl.   I'm there the day before my birthday, so having a day to do whatever I want.  My actual Birthday will be our first night in Edinburgh.  I'll be posting pics on FB.   When is your birthday?   
Take care-  lots of hugs and love
xxxx   ♥️🩵💜❤️💓

Cath and Belaine1 week, 1 day ago

Good morning John x
Hope you did get some sleep eventually. Good that you've got a weekly date planned to meet up each Saturday

Well it was a rubbish start to the day here this morning strong  chilly winds and rain so no real.plans other than some Housework
Sending warm hugs xx

Cath and Belaine1 week, 2 days ago

Thanks for your message John x yes it was a great day with the family  Today was a quiet day but no complaints ! Sounds like a busy day for you catching up with your veteran pals. You share a special bond together that only you all understand . I'm sending you warm wishes for a restful.evening and nights sleep . Catch up.tomorrow my friend xx❤ ❤

June and Peg And Little Gary1 week, 2 days ago

I only play occasionally.  The rest of the time I grow gold.

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