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Hello everyone
07/Feb/09 12:01 AM
Good Maen Win!
07/Feb/09 12:02 AM
Good Maen Sudokuland!
07/Feb/09 12:02 AM
Hello world. Hope everyone's weather is settling down. We have already had too hot, too cold, too windy and too wet, somewhere in our Sudoku world.
07/Feb/09 12:02 AM
Win, Debby, Jill and any others coming in!
07/Feb/09 12:03 AM
GannieMo, I guess you are one of the others! How's your back?
07/Feb/09 12:04 AM
Hmmmmm. They look like quite the pair!!!!!
07/Feb/09 12:04 AM
G'Mo - It is 21 degrees warmer at my house this morning!
07/Feb/09 12:05 AM
Shiela it was fine until I decided that the compost bin needed to be moved, and as it is a bottomless one all the contents had to be shovelled into the wheelbarrow etc. etc.
Then it rained...I was so pleased to have an excuse to come inside.
07/Feb/09 12:07 AM
We are still in single digits here, but there are clear skies and a brilliant sun rising!
07/Feb/09 12:07 AM
We have that horrible drizzly rain that gets everywhere and makes you feel cold and miserable.
07/Feb/09 12:08 AM
Mo it is much too early for gardening tasks. All my beds and compost piles are under 12 inches of snow!
07/Feb/09 12:08 AM
4:17 Maen every one.
07/Feb/09 12:09 AM
It is really too early here too but I have been taking the opportunity of non wet days to work outside. There are plenty of horrid days for inside work.
07/Feb/09 12:10 AM
07/Feb/09 12:12 AM
I have also taken the chance to buy plants at last years prices they can grow here just as well as in the shop, where they will be more expensive the bigger they are.
07/Feb/09 12:12 AM
currently 25.3 degrees C (77 degrees farenheight for those of you who haven't yet converted to metric in temperature) in Darwin - but 91% humidity.
07/Feb/09 12:14 AM
Mo I see that you are certainly in the race tonight.
07/Feb/09 12:15 AM
I've been to the movies tonight and seen Slumdog Millionaire. It's well worth watching!! Amazing film set in Indian slums.
07/Feb/09 12:17 AM
What makes you think that, fii?
07/Feb/09 12:18 AM
It's on my list to see
07/Feb/09 12:18 AM
too soon
07/Feb/09 12:18 AM
07/Feb/09 12:19 AM
Maybe a cp?
07/Feb/09 12:19 AM
Well done!!
07/Feb/09 12:20 AM
We bought plants for in the outside planter around our new room late last fall at half price. Unfortunately the hungry rabbits have found them.
07/Feb/09 12:20 AM
Slumdog Millionaire was very intense, but also very well done. Wonderfully acted, too.
(The dancing during the credits was almost needed to lighten up the heaviness of the film.)
07/Feb/09 12:23 AM
I should have said Mumbai slums. I'd rave about it more. It was fantastic!! I was going to talk about insight into Indian slum life but then I thought of how when I saw "Australia" that although I enjoyed it for the sheer fantasy and adventure, it was so riddled with geographical and More...
07/Feb/09 12:26 AM
Hi, all. Did Hard and Medium first. Can't do this now, gotta go to coop and I'm not dressed yet. Oh, the attraction of Sudoku.
07/Feb/09 12:29 AM
coop = co-op, like I said earlier. Not gonna do the diacritical mark. Gotta go. ;)
07/Feb/09 12:29 AM
Yes, it was intense and heavy at times Sheila and at others horrific but there was also a thread of humour and victory running through it. Agreed about the dancing.
07/Feb/09 12:29 AM
ciao Plum
07/Feb/09 12:30 AM
fii, I enjoyed both films. I guess that your observation is something to remember when seeing any film. Films are not usually historical documentaries. Sometimes they are made to SEEM that way when they are advertised, but they usually are just the backdrops for fiction.
07/Feb/09 12:35 AM
Opps. Got caught up tending the children and missed the race. Congrats Mo. Can't stay and play today. The architect is coming to look over the house for an addition. (To accomodate the little incubating addition). Must tidy up the house and get dressed. Plus I promised the school some cookies. Karen has me thinking peanut butter. What's your vote Shiela?
07/Feb/09 12:37 AM
Debby & Nancy, if you want to see what Nigel looks like, look at Lemony & Snicket!
NOTE: Our Nigel (a.k.a. Roo) makes himself rather scarce when anyone visits! Few people have actually seen him. That's why he is so difficult to get anyone to take care of him when we want to go away. You've got to GET NEAR him to give him his insulin!
07/Feb/09 12:39 AM
Peanut butter? Hmmmm.... Are any of the children allergic to peanuts? Our schools do not allow peanuts in the buildings.
07/Feb/09 12:41 AM
Hi all..Slumdog, eh?..well seen it and enjoyed it.
No it isnt any documentary on the down and out Dharavi (my knowledge on Mumbai slums is as vast as Fi's.. , thats different )and the movie is no doubt a riveting stuff.It has all the bollywood masala the tenements, the riots, the More...
07/Feb/09 1:06 AM
Am getting a late start!
07/Feb/09 1:09 AM
3:12 Hi to all and have a good weekend.

Thought for the Day:

Antidotes are what you take to prevent dotes.

07/Feb/09 1:16 AM
Saturday, I'm ahead of myself today...

Thought for the Day:

I do hope you don't think I'm making a mountain out of a molehill, but that's the whole kettle of fish in a nutshell.
07/Feb/09 1:19 AM
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