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    Tonight's only telly was the latest episode of Ambulance on iPlayer

    And then a little more of Sam Pepys. The chap to whom he gave the Navy victuals contract has now fallen dangerously ill, putting Sam's expected £300/year from the deal in jeopardy

    Showers due any time now, possibly continuing through the night; looking at the radar, they're from the edge of the storm that's currently bothering northern France but will be moving up tomorrow and lingering for several days

    Goodnight all

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    When to bed when it was raining. Woke up briefly in the night and it wasn't raining.

    Now it is raining. Read some interesting news. Stay safe people.
    "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Dinner was very nice and it prompted me to start thinking about making another pie at some point. I previously used an ale that HWMBO had left in the cupboard but I can't remember what it was.

    Ents were The Repair Shop and Midnight Diner (Netflix).

    It's just started raining.

    The decimation of the local rental market is bringing some interesting properties up. Saw one this evening* that's the same price as mine but bigger and has a more sizable garden. Tempting...



    *online, I didn't actually go there
    I love Midnight Diner! You are the only other person I know who watches it. The theme tune is beautiful, and I found myself self singing it on my French excursion at odd times.
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    It's Friday, I'm in Love test please delete
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    Can't believe I missed the Harvest moon due to the rain.

    I bet it will rain when we have the Blue moon.
    "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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    Bloody Alex (said with French accent)
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    Morning

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    TFIF
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    Inertia, however........................

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    Morning all

    Dull, wet, raining, overcast, windy. Bloody Alex (said in R4 accent as that's where I heard it first, before reading SE's post). Currently 12 degrees, forecast high of 14. Rain set for the rest of the day. Barometer has plummeted down to 985 mBar.

    Woke up around 3.15 am and remained fidgety for a while. Put the radio on around 3.40am and listened to a bit of the BBC World Service. Heard the pips at 4am after which I finally got back to sleep.

    Much coffee will be needed to get through this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scruff View Post
    I love Midnight Diner! You are the only other person I know who watches it. The theme tune is beautiful, and I found myself self singing it on my French excursion at odd times.
    HWMBO put me onto it!

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    Morning all

    TFIF, etc.

    Wet and windy out, glad we lit the Rayburn yesterday as it's toasty inside.

    Last night The Wife (tm) and I watched episode 1 of "Life" on iPlayer. Looks like it's going to be a good series.
    Followed that by watching "Papadopoulos & Sons", a film from a few years back (also on iPlayer), which was enjoyable, but light enough not to require too much concentration. The kind of thing you could watch late on a Thursday night before going to bed, and it would relax you.
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