Wednesday, 7 October 2020

Coffee chat catch up.

Hello. Another busy day. Sewing, and more reading. It's easier and quicker to make a ten minute video, rather than spend an hour or two writing it all down. Besides, my brain is now turning to mush. 
Now I am going for a walk. I'll leave it with you. Thanks for popping in. Toodle pip. 

9 comments:

  1. Lovely to see you Ilona. It's nice to catch up over a coffee!

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  2. I am sat with my first cup of tea,at 6 30am having an early morning chat with you!.Its great to wake up and find that you have done a coffee chat video.Cheers me up!.I have got just the usual stuff to do today,house work,ironing,cooking and a visit to my Mams.I stopped and had a chat to one of her neighbours yesterday which made a nice change.She was in her garden as I walked by.She is a nice person and always smiling.Its funny how things 7 months ago we just took for granted,can now brighten your day!.I even got excited about finding 2 carrots in the bottom of the salad draw,lol.Well its heavy rain here in Leicester and I have got to go and get drenched by pulling my dustbin and recycling out on the street.I might just stand in the rain and let it hammer down on me!!.Take care,xx

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  3. Good morning Ilona, so nice to see you at the start of a new day.
    I love hearing you say retirement is wonderful, as I am so looking forward to my retirement in June 2021. F
    Personal and social freedom at last.
    My walking with you has brought and taught me another kind of wonderful freedom I will never give up as long as I can put one foot before the other.
    Cheers!

    Jeanneke.

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    1. It's lovely to hear from you every month with your walking miles. Best wishes. xxx

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  4. Thanks for the chuckles listening to your light hearted banter, Ilona. I also thank my lucky stars every day that I am retired. Such freedom! It's amazing!
    Love the colours of your pet beds....cheerful and relaxing at the same time. Lucky pets to lie on those xx

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  5. Nice to see you. As you are having your afternoon coffee I’m just finishing my morning tea here in Texas.
    I love the bunting. What do you do with it? Why not combine the ribbon to make a longer length of bunting? It would be colorful. No rules!

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    1. I am building up a collection of small items to hopefully sell before Christmas. We are not having a Christmas Fair in the Village Hall, so I will offer it on our village facebook page.

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  6. How nice to meet you. I admire you already (nipping across from seeing you on John Gray's Going Gently blog)

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