Friday, 7 September 2018

Clearing The Decks, The Escape

The Dogs, Albert, The Ponies and Irene spent the afternoon watching me build the field bonfire out of destroyed hen houses

Albert was behind me

Tonight I went to see a piss boring movie The Escape with Gemma Arterton.....I walked out after an hour.
Tomorrow .....what exciting things are afoot ?
Morning coffee morning and book and veg swap at the village Hall......then lunch with a friend and a joint walk with Mary then a takeaway at my sister's and Strictly !

I'm a mad f*#+ing bitch!!!

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  1. irene really loves those ponies. and I see winnie has gotten over her snit.

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  2. Watching your animals, watching you sounds so much better than the movie.
    Love seeing Irene again and William looks good.

    cheers, parsnip and badger

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  3. It was a boring film, so boring I don't think I even wrote that I had seen it.

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    1. Do you ever walk out? I often do

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    2. I would if I wanted to. I have no qualms about doing so. I nearly walked out of The Nun but I had nothing better to do so stayed

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    3. I'm going to see that tomorrow with sister....need to get out of cottage

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    4. I can count on my fingers the movies I have walked out on. I’ll will definitely pass on this one though. Thanks for the heads up.

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    5. I have blocked out the name of the film that I walked out on ... it was a grotesque film that I was not only avoiding seeing it but saving myself from seeing it .. there were images I would not want in my head.
      Pleasantly, as it was a while back .. I have forgotten the name of the film. :)

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    6. I wanted to walk out of Last Tango in Paris, but I was with a group so I stayed. It turned out we ALL wanted to walk out but stayed because we were with our group.

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  4. Your animal antics are a lot more fun than a boring film...Do you ever ask for a ticket refund?

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    1. No, not even an ice cream

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  5. in response to your last post....have you read The Language of Kindness...A nurse's story by Christie Watson? I think you would like it...especially the second half...quite moving.

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    1. I have and it resonates with me big style

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  6. I gather you can stay in your remodeled cottage...with your new chair, she says hopefully.

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  7. And now on BBC Wales we go over to Trelawnyd for our next exciting edition of "Veg Swap".
    The tension mounts in The Memorial Hall...
    "I'll swap you three carrots for an onion."
    "Throw in a small courgette and you gotta deal buddy!"

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    1. I told you I was a mad bitch

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    2. That sounds very much like my life just lately... :-) I am swapping avocado and pomegranate seedlings for all manner of plants

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  8. Good grief, how much excitement do you want? My Saturday is going to be weight watchers, housework and maybe a bit of reading. And that's in the middle of two weeks annual leave!

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  9. Oh deer life in the fast lane I love what Yorkshire Pudding wrote, have a good weekend John, love your photo looks like a captivating audience.

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  10. What, no names for the ponies? Sounds like a job for your readers!

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    1. They go in a few days . But hopefully they will be back

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  11. I imagined you carving love spoons whilst eating platefuls of Laverbread. You've dashed my image.

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  12. Awesome foto! I love how comfortable Irene is with the ponies. She's found a herd and believes herself to be a pony! The horses look great! Is that another horse way behind Irene, in the trees?

    Winnie is poised like a supermodel. She knows what the public wants. William and Mary seem to have found an interesting scent. And smart George has found a nice cool shady spot out of the sun, using the horses' shadow! Clever boy!

    What a lovely day for a bonfire. Are the new chickens still yours or have they permanently immigrated next door?

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    1. The far pony is in livery at next door's stables .....the roosters have abandoned me totally and live next door

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  13. I have never walked out of a movie, but should have quite a few times. I got my money back once when I was called in for work - maybe you could say that and get your money back?

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    1. I've only ever asked for my money back if there was a fault with the movie or the projection of it....I chalk it up to my fault for picking it

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  14. 'The Escape' never came to these parts (yet?). I'd only have gone to see hottie young Cooper but now looks like even his presence won't pull me in.

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    1. He doesn't play a nice character Raymondo that may put u off

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  15. Sounds like a perfect day to me! Have some gentle fun with people you love and who love you. x

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  16. Well that sounds like a nice day to come ....lots of people to see !

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  17. Here's a wee bit of fun for someone who likes zombie series. https://youtu.be/Kp1paRWGYPY

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    1. Loved it....but it's. Not The Walking Dead which returns very soon

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  18. So glad Winnie forgave you. Sounds like today will be very pleasant.

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  19. Every now and then I walk out of a cinema or theatre (here especially during plays). I am not going to waste my time for something I don't like.
    Have a nice as possible weekend!

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  21. Nice to have a busy Saturday. x

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  22. I've not even heard of The Escape! Last night we went to see The Children Act, absolutely brilliant first half and then it seemed to slide a bit into being just weird.

    Your Saturday sounds more adventurous than mine, we were going to be doing a car boot sale but our lovely Welsh weather scuppered that. Instead it's packing all the stuff up to store in the shed until car boot season kicks off again next year and a bit/lot of blog hopping and time on the computer ... while I can, Alan usually commandeers it these days for work :-(

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  23. 'Tis these small things that are the graces of life. Enjoy xx

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  24. I have walked out of a few . . .
    No qualms about doing so . . .
    The price of a ticket these days though makes me consider what I am paying to watch.

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  25. I really like that picture of all the animals. Does Albert follow you around? Sounds like a good line up for the day, especially the lunch out with a friend. -Jenn

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  26. I've only ever walked out of one movie, The Sailor Who fell from Grace with the Sea. After seeing what the boys did to the cat I knew what was in store for the sailor (played by Kris Kristofferson) and that I needed not to see it.

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