Suffering

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  1. Dazzlin

    Dazzlin Funster Life Member

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    How we suffer!
    How I give thanks on a regular basis for our chosen way of life, our health and our limited wealth!!!.
    Swanning about in our castles on wheels (motorhomes). I thank Lynne that she persuaded (arm still up back) me to spend our meagre earnings on this life.
    Free to go where (somewhere warm) and when (winter) we like.
    Just finished a bbq of Lidls finest goods (sorry, it's gas) with a fine box of spanish plonk, Penasol (€3.60/3 litre).
    No idea of the temperature but the shirt is off and it's still warm in the shade.
    Here's to all those that have to put up with the things life sends us and manage to survive (whilst enjoying)
    Happy motorhoming one and all, wherever you may be.
    (We are on the costa blanca)
    Apologies to those not in the sun (we DO appreciate how lucky we are)
    Seasons greetings to all and hope this comes across as it is meant.
    D n L
    (No apologies for the excessive use of parentheses)
     
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  2. Dazzlin

    Dazzlin Funster Life Member

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    Quote of the afternoon, by my better half.
    "Well, we know how to relax. Trouble is, we don't know how to get going again!"
    Sound familiar?
    D.
     
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    Good for you...merry christmas...
     
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    I hope you have a lovely winter in the sun.

    Wish we were there but too many responsibilities in the UK.
     
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    Lynn,Sue suggests "Prune juice".......Martin .........See you soon!
     
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    Me thinks they have either had too much sun or too much plonk. Either way I cannot disagree with any of it. Well said that man......and women.:wine:
     
  7. Dazzlin

    Dazzlin Funster Life Member

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    Could be both!
     
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    Dazzlin Funster Life Member

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    I mean, sun, yes, it was the sun
     
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  9. Eve

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    Could not agree more!! Must be going blind did not see that wine in Lidle, it's another bright sunny day to be enjoyed today,!
    Yes to sunshine wine and cheese,works wonders to relax those tense muscles,that's my excuse any way.
    Have a lovely Christmas Eve
     
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    Great Post!(y)

    Edited to add.....It's honking down here in SE Wales but reading your post has brought a glow of memories past:)
     
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  11. Leftlegger

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    Enjoy(enjoy) and (good on you) enjoy.(y)
     
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