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    I had this very blonde waist length hair my whole life. When Zena died, it started to fall out & break off ... the grief I think. Got it all chopped off and instantly ... mousey brown ... no grey though. Weird. I've had a couple of these foil sessions now, so it's starting to look like it was .... except short. It's a bob up around my ears now. I used to be very vain about my hair but Great Spirit fixed that attitude pretty quickly. I'm sure Di is sitting there reading this & going "Good grief woman"

    Reading about Occy's story was rather comforting for me considering how much of a stress head I was over my own situation in that regard over the Summer.

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    Hahahhaha at gsd's "good grief woman'," didnt enter my hairless head till you mentioned it, was picturing you with waist length blonde thinking that did not fit my mental picture of you but the bob did.

    Dede arrives about 4 30 this arvo, batten down the hatches.


    OhhhOHhHHHHH, I have been waiting many many years for hubby to rival my foot in mouth that I did with his cousin. I was going out and he and hubby were to do their own dinner, they both good naturedly bitched at me and I retorted with...""you can do it, you are not paralysed"...

    His cousin is a paraplegic in a wheel chair, luckily he phsl.

    Many many years later...last night, hubby is in the bath room looking for a brush to take with him fishing. I handed him one. Looking me fairly in the eye he said..."but this is the one you use" Bald but still with eybrows Di raised one of them at him, he groaned and said OH god, sorry....menwhile I am doing high fives, saying yessssssssssssssss and laughing my guts out.
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    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Di, your story has just reminded me ....
    I flew up to Qld for the funeral of my Aunt's husband. I went straight to her house from the airport & the poor thing was a crying mess when I got there wondering how she was going to cope. The husband was a pillar of society & there was going to be reps from about 5 different groups he belonged to. Quite a big affair, with all these orgs paying their different respects in individual ceremonies. She was getting more & more upset about the fact that he was respected & she was a nobody. Trying to be helpful, I put my arm around her shoulder & said "But Darling. We all love you to death". I instantly gasped at my foot in mouth gaff, but luckily, she burst out laughing & was able to pull herself together to get dressed & head out the door with us.

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    OMG, I asked for a panel of glass to be removed and hubby is ripping the lounge room apart. Tim the tool-man Taylor eat your heart out! Lol.

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    lol at least he's doing something even if it isn't quite what you asked. I've been asking my oh to fix the pump for my fish pond for 2 months now and still nothing.
    I think he's hoping for the fish to die so he can line the pond and make it into a spa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bordeaux View Post
    lol at least he's doing something even if it isn't quite what you asked. I've been asking my oh to fix the pump for my fish pond for 2 months now and still nothing.
    I think he's hoping for the fish to die so he can line the pond and make it into a spa.
    I'm alternating between saying OMG that's awful of him - and PMSL. I think in the end I'll choose the later.


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    Well it was kind of the agreement.
    When we thought the pond was vacent we decided we'd make it into a spa.
    Then we found the fish so I told him he could have his spa when the fish died natually, he or his friends weren't aloud to help them along

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    Um, how long do fish live Bordeaux? If you don't want the spa, keep replacing the fish! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Um, how long do fish live Bordeaux? If you don't want the spa, keep replacing the fish! Lol.
    *sorry for the late reply, really should remember to check back when I get home form work*

    I've already thought of this. I think the fish have been in the pond at least 2 years and given the size difference I think they may have been breeding. Hopefully they'll keep this up.
    If not I'm sure I can sneek some in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bordeaux View Post
    *sorry for the late reply, really should remember to check back when I get home form work*

    I've already thought of this. I think the fish have been in the pond at least 2 years and given the size difference I think they may have been breeding. Hopefully they'll keep this up.
    If not I'm sure I can sneek some in
    I can just imagine you telling your OH that the reason they have got smaller is you haven't been feeding them so much. PMSL.

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